Allergens run rampant during the Georgia and Alabama summer months and disturb the indoor air quality of your Pine Mountain, GA., or Phenix City, AL., home on a daily basis! Luckily, there are several ways you can improve your indoor air quality by reducing allergens.
Your dad and other loved ones can breathe easy by avoiding allergies, asthma and respiratory issue triggers inside the home. From HVAC maintenance to professional air duct cleaning, Energy Savers has methods to boost indoor air quality covered.
For Better Indoor Air Quality:
Priority Service Plan Maintenance
The first way to improve your indoor air quality is by regularly maintaining your heating and cooling system twice a year. During the year, your system experiences wear and tear, excess dirt and debris and possibly damaged components.
Energy Savers offers different priority service plans to keep your unit performing efficiently. Our industry-certified technicians will inspect your unit for signs of stress, testing and replacing worn components and applying lubrication when necessary.
Particulates buildup in your HVAC system forcing your unit to work harder than necessary to deliver a controlled climate throughout your home. The particulates, such as pollen, pet dander and mold, pollute your home and compromise your indoor air quality.
A clean heating and cooling system with no obstructions hindering proper airflow operates more efficiently. Dirt and debris are cleared away during scheduled maintenance, so your heating and cooling unit can provide clean and healthy air throughout your home.
Maintenance with a service plan from Energy Savers provides you with peace of mind and hassle-free scheduling. You can schedule maintenance when it’s convenient for you and not struggle to fit a service call in at the last minute. We even perform indoor air quality testing to ensure your air is the healthiest possible and offer solutions to increase air quality when necessary.
Check and Replace Air Filters
The indoor air quality in your home depends on clean air filters in your heating and cooling system. Your air filter protects against all sorts of pollutants, such as pollen, dust, and dirt.
When the filter is dirty and clogged, it can’t properly trap or eliminate contaminants from the air passing through your HVAC system. This debris escapes, building up inside your heating and cooling unit and your ductwork.
You can achieve higher indoor air quality by checking your HVAC unit’s air filters monthly. When it looks grey or has a thick coating of dust on it, replace the air filter quickly. Otherwise, the dirt choking your air filter will begin to circulate throughout your home via the air ducts, vents and registers.
If you are unsure where your air filter is or how to change it, contact Energy Savers. Our NATE-certified technicians will assist you with a filter replacement and instruct you with what type of filter is needed in the future for your HVAC system.
Air Duct Cleaning
If your air filter has gone too long without replacement, your HVAC equipment and air ducts will suffer and as a result, so will your indoor air quality. Energy Savers offers air duct cleaning to ensure your home has healthy air throughout the rooms.
Our technicians will inspect your ducts for signs of wear and tear, make recommendations to repair or replace any damaged sections, and leave your HVAC system cleaner after leaving.
Air duct cleaning services improve your indoor air quality and increase the overall performance and efficiency of your heating and cooling unit. Your heating and cooling unit will waste less energy and operate more efficiently during the summer months, increasing reliability and saving you money on your utility bills.
Improve your indoor air quality now by investing in a priority service plan from Energy Savers. We will ensure your heating and cooling system operates smoothly year-round and keeps your Alabama or Georgia home healthy. Contact Energy Savers for maintenance and repairs of your HVAC system and air ducts.