How to Improve Indoor Air Quality in Your Las Vegas, NV Home; Change Filters, A/C Inspections, Manage Humidity & More

Are you sick and tired of being sick? Is your family catching a cold or flu more often than most? There could be things in the air in your home that can be making your family sick and not feeling well. They can be causing trouble with allergies and asthma. The best way to keep the people in your home from getting sick is to take care of the quality of your indoor air. The air quality plays a big role in keeping you and your family feeling well while in your house. There are several ways that you can keep the quality of air in your home clean.

Air Supply Heating & Air Conditioning list of ways you can control the quality of air in your home.

What Are the Pollutants in the Air? If you are concerned about what could be in your air, it is best to understand what you are working with. Most sicknesses are made worse by the poor quality of air in the home. The problem is that the air in the home is more condensed so the air holds more pollutants in a smaller area making it worse than the air outside. There are many pollutants that can be in the air including cigarette smoke, pet dander, skin cells, hair, pet fur and dust. These are all compounded when you have poor air circulation and poor air quality.
Set a Schedule for Changing Filters. One of the ways that the pollutants are constantly being recirculated in your home is with dirty air filters. The filter is in the return air area and is the one place that all the air goes to be cooled and sent back. If the filter is dirty it will release those particles that will make the air quality poor. Change out the filters as often as recommended by your trusted air conditioning technician.
Humidity Can Play A Role In Air Quality. If you want to be sure that you are giving your home the best chance at good air quality you want to control the amount of humidity. You can have a dehumidifier and a humidifier installed with your unit. You want your homes humidity to remain between 30% and 50%. If the humidity is too high it can cause spores of mold and other microbes to grow. If the humidity is too low it can cause you to have dry itchy skin, sore throats and bloody nose. Call an air conditioning company to come out and install a humidifier and dehumidifier at your home.
Allow More Indoor Air Circulation. Most homes have the doors and windows sealed up. They have upgraded insulation to keep the air in that is in and the outside out. This is great when you want to save money and energy but it can cause a problem with the quality of air. Be sure to take opportunities to open windows and doors and allow fresh air to circulate in the home and remove some of the stale stagnant air.

Air Supply Heating & Air Conditioning can set up a plan to maintain your unit, install new equipment and complete inspections and emergency repairs when needed in Las Vegas Valley, Summerlin, North LV & Henderson Nevada.