Air conditioners do much more than simply cool the air inside your home. While we rely on them for comfort during the summertime, they also work to remove dangerous particles from the air so we can breathe easier indoors. See below to find out how air conditioners can help improve air quality:
Contributors To Poor Indoor Air Quality
Did you know that harmful airborne pollutants like mold and mildew thrive in warm, moist environments? As a result, it’s vital to keep your home cool and dry, especially during the summer months. Mold and mildew can leave an unpleasant scent lingering in the air and breathing in particles can cause respiratory problems and make allergy symptoms worse.
How Air Conditioners Can Help
If you haven’t cleaned your air conditioner’s filter or haven’t had a system tune-up in a while, chances are it’s not removing moisture as efficiently as it should be. Cooling systems must be kept clean, and this includes the condenser coils, in order to improve the quality of the air inside your home. This where we come in!
Need help with your air conditioner, contact the Minnesota air conditioning repair professionals at Dean’s Home Services.