The Importance of AC Maintenance for Seasonal Allergies
Spring means flower buds and blooming trees — and if you’re one of the millions of people who have seasonal allergies, it also means sneezing and runny eyes. Whether you suffer from seasonal allergies or year-long allergens like pet dander or dust, your air conditioning can help you breathe easier. The air conditioner filters consist of porous membranes that allow air to flow through while trapping pollen. Moreover, air filters play an important role in maintaining air quality and energy efficiency. Indoor air quality is also improved when your home’s humidity is being controlled.While your filters will be changed during your routine maintenance, you’ll want to check them more often. To keep your air as clean as possible, filters should be cleaned or changed every 60 to 90 days. Any dust or debris around your outside unit can be pulled in through your HVAC system and introduced into your home. You should clean around the unit regularly to keep the area clear. However, at the end, you should leave it to professionals. Spring is the perfect time to scheduled HVAC cleaning.