- Heating & Air
Is your indoor air feeling a little less than fresh these days? When the weather cools off and we close up our houses, the air inside can get stale and musty. Closed doors and windows mean houses hold in the airborne pollutants, moisture, and odors that can leave them smelling bad and feeling worse. With the holidays right around the corner, let’s take a look at some ways to purify your home’s air before your guests arrive.
Change Your Air Filter
Your air filter’s primary job is to protect your HVAC system from dirt, dust, and debris that goes in through the return air intake vents. Its other important job is protecting you and your home from those same airborne pollutants. If your air filter is dirty and clogged, it can’t protect your heating and cooling system, and it can’t protect you and your family. Changing your air filter is a great way to keep the air in your home cleaner.
Add an Air Purification System
Adding an air purification system is an easy and affordable way to improve your indoor air quality. It can reduce airborne pollutants and kill bacteria, viruses, and mold that are prevalent this time of year, and reduce particulates, gases, and other microbes from the air inside your home.
If the air in your home isn’t up to par, it can take a toll on your health and well-being. Purifying and cleaning the air can reduce allergy symptoms and reduce your chances of getting sick. Not only that, your house will smell, feel, and look cleaner. What better way to welcome your holiday guests? For more information on purifying your home’s air before the holidays, contact the team at Wilson’s Refrigeration and Air.SCHEDULE Service
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