Is The Air You Breathe Clean Enough?

Residential Heating & Air Conditionind

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Clean air is essential to our survival and well being. An average person inhales and exhales about 11,000 liters of air every day. And if the air you breathe is contaminated, you can suffer from short-term as well as long term ailments. Therefore it is essential to make sure that the air we breathe is clean. And since we spend the majority of our time indoors, it is very important (at the very least) to maintain clean and healthy air inside our homes.

Look out for these sign of bad air quality inside your house:

  • Frequent sinus infections, nasal congestions, respiratory problems, headaches etc
  • Allergy
  • Stale odor indoors
  • Dusty furnitures
  • Mold and mildew

These signs mean that your AC system isn’t working the way it is supposed to. Therefore you should call an air conditioner maintenance service in Minneapolis, MN to diagnose and fix the problem. There are a variety of possible causes for bad air quality, but most solutions are easy and inexpensive.

At Residential Heating and Air conditioning, we have a team of trained, skilled, and experienced HVAC technicians to help you in these situations. And most of time, solutions are as simple as putting in the right filter. However, our dedicated HVAC technicians will inspect your AC system thoroughly to pinpoint the problem.

That may include:

  • Ductwork: Since air ducts carry the filtered and conditioned air to different parts of your house, dust and debris accumulation in the ducts can cause bad air quality.
  • Filters: Filtered should be changed regularly to make the the air filtration more effective. Choosing the right filters is also important.
  • Evaporation Coils
  • Blowers

Depending on the nature of the problem, our technicians will recommend the most effective and affordable solution. In some cases, they might recommend additional equipment like the following:

  • UV air purifier: These useful lights will destroy any living microorganisms in your home like bacteria and fungi
  • Humidifier and dehumidifier: Depending on the humidity, these nifty machines will keep the humidity inside your house at the healthiest level. Healthy humidity level is between 30% and 50%. Too much humidity was provide breeding grounds for microorganisms, while too little humidity will cause respiratory and nasal irritation, dry skin etc
  • Air Purifiers: These purifiers will filter out the tiniest particles from your home, leaving the air you breathe immaculate.

Call Residential Heating and Air Conditioning for any questions you may have, or for air conditioner maintenance service in Minneapolis, MN at 612-724-1899. We take our customers’ health and comfort extremely seriously. And we will exceed industry standards to make sure that you are fully satisfied. With more that 25 years’ experience in HVAC installation and maintenance in the Twin Cities area, we are at a great position to solve all your AC problems. Take advantage of our free and no-obligation consultation before the summer reaches its peak this year!