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Spring in Texas means warmer weather but the dreaded allergies. The transition between heating to cooling can be bothersome, especially with all the plants in bloom. Pollen and other allergy particles can make their way into your HVAC system and circulate the particles throughout your home. With the right maintenance, you can find relief from your seasonal allergies. Here’s a quick AC maintenance guide for springtime allergies:
The air filters for your HVAC system are to collect dust, debris, and allergen particles. This prevents these particles from entering the air you breathe in your home. Without clean filters, the pollen can easily travel through it and into your home. In most cases, when homeowners are experiencing lots of allergies, chances are their HVAC filter is clogged and not keeping the allergens out. It is recommended to change the air filter once a month to maintain the cleanest air possible.
If allergies have gotten the best of you, it may be time to change your filters.
Sometimes during Spring, the weather is so nice that people don’t think about running their air conditioner. However, homes are incredibly insulated, meaning that if there are already allergens present in the home, they will remain there. After a while of not running the unit, these particles will build up in the home leading to more illnesses. Even if you turn on the AC for 10-15 minutes, it will circulate all the dust and debris so it can be trapped within the filter and stop spreading throughout your home.
Similar to allergy particles, mold and mildew can cause health problems. Mold and mildew thrive in damp and dark places, potentially making your HVAC system a breeding ground. They tend to accumulate when your system is not regularly maintained. Mildew and mold can be avoided by having a yearly maintenance check by The Chill Brothers. During the inspection, our professionals will check all the necessary areas to ensure that there is no bacterial growth that is potentially being circulated throughout your home.
Time to get ahead on your HVAC maintenance with our Chill Preventative Maintenance Plan! This plan includes an annual tune-up so you won’t have to worry if your system is ready to take on another season.
If you want the cleanest air possible, you may want to install a UV light or an Air Scrubber. These are installed in the HVAC system and will kill any harmful bacteria on the spot. Allergen particles will not be able to pass into your home when they are instantaneously killed.
The Chill Brothers offer many solutions to improve your indoor air quality, including Air Scrubbers and UV lights. Call us today for cleaner air or visit our website for more information.
At the end of the day, you may want to call the professionals at The Chill Brothers. Our technicians are skilled in handling many HVAC solutions, including providing the healthiest air possible. We also offer tune-ups and our maintenance plan so you can get the best service year round. With a tune-up, our technicians will complete a 21-point inspection, including checking the quality of the air in your home. Call us today to get the best air! We service many areas including HVAC repair in Spring, TX. Your comfort is our passion!