What can you do to help lessen the transmission of the variants? Well, that is a long and exhaustive article to go into. But did you know your HVAC system has something to do with the spread of viruses? So, what do the COVID variants and your HVAC system have to do with one another?
COVID-19, Delta, and Omicron are all words that strike fear into the minds of some, and others simply are unphased by. The disparage comes from letting it cause fear and the amount of weight you place on the viruses. However, either way you feel, the virus needs to be controlled, or we will lose more and more people each year. Keeping up with HVAC maintenance is one way to ensure the air you are breathing in the home is fresh and clean.
One of the ways you can keep your family a little safer from the COVID variants is by paying attention to your indoor air quality and your HVAC system. Improving ventilation improves indoor air quality. There are many ways to increase the fresh air in your home and keep your family breathing clear.
Proper ventilation and COVID protocol are some of the ways the CDC recommends we keep safe in the years to come. Bringing fresh air indoors helps keep virus particles from building up in the house. Follow the steps below to clean the air in your home with proper ventilation.
That said, if your home’s HVAC system is “sick,” it will not do much good in keeping you well.
Avoid a sick AC and a sick family with a clean HVAC unit. Your local HVAC technician can clean the entire unit and get the air in your home as fresh as ever. And as you know, many pollutants in the outside world are dangerous for our health and quality of life.
Keep your AC running well all year long with a good HVAC system cleaning, including the following measures.
Some of the above, you can do on your own. But, knowing your system allows an opportunity for the technician to ask questions about your family’s AC needs and your system’s function. That way, they can best serve your home’s HVAC needs.
The maintenance call is your chance to address minor issues that may have been concerning but not enough of a problem to put in a service call.
Contact the pros at TRUST Heating & Air to discuss how to keep your family’s indoor air clean and more.
Pollutants in our indoor air can be even more deadly than those we experience outdoors. Indoor pollutants can range anywhere from pet dander and other allergens, all the way to carbon monoxide or other dangerous gases. Air quality indoors can be clean and safe with preventative maintenance and simple changes.
In Georgia, just imagine the toll the ever-changing weather patterns have on our HVAC systems just trying to keep up. Your HVAC is working all day and night to regulate whatever weather we encounter and keep your indoor air clean.
Even the best units need maintenance when they work as hard as they do. With the program Trust Heating and Air has developed, you will receive the following exemplary services when we come out in the Spring and Fall to maintain your system.
When you care for any part of your home, it will take better care of you and your family. That is why the good folks of Pinellas County and the Tampa Bay area count on the services provided by Trust Heating and AC.
TRUST Heating & Air hopes everyone stays safe this holiday season and into 2022. Please be sure to continue to follow safety measures by wearing a mask when required, washing your hands often, staying a safe distance from others, and keeping your home as clean as you can.
If you recognize any of these symptoms in yourself or a member of your household, please get tested right away or call 911 for severe symptoms.
Then, take extra measures to breathe clear and clean air in 2022 by keeping your HVAC system working well.
Schedule a cleaning or sign up for preventative maintenance with TRUST Heating and Air today!