Allergy season is here, and the air outdoors is filled with pollen and other allergens, but it’s probably much worse inside. Experts say that indoor air pollution levels are often two to five times higher than those outdoors. To make matters worse, your HVAC system may be a significant source of contaminants, harboring dust mites, pollen, mold and other common indoor allergens.
When it comes to cutting down on indoor allergies, HVAC maintenance always plays an important role. Keeping your system in good shape not only helps its performance, but also creates a healthier indoor environment for you and your loved ones. Proper HVAC maintenance also helps your system last longer and use less energy throughout its working life.