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Importance of Fall HVAC Maintenance for Indoor Air Quality

October 16, 2018

The Environmental Protection Agency lists Indoor Air Quality among the top 5 risks to human health, probably because indoor air can be 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air. While homeowners can’t see the majority of indoor air contaminants, every cubic foot of air breathed carries a mixture of millions of microscopic particles such as pollen, mold spores and dust mite debris.  In small concentrations, these particles and gasses may cause discomfort in the home.  In significant concentrations, they can cause sickness as these are among the most troublesome triggers of such ailments as asthma and allergies.

 

Now that we're heading into cooler weather, you’ll be indoors staying warm and celebrating the holidays with your family and friends. This is a time when your indoor air quality is of the upmost importance.

 

 

 

Your HVAC system accumulates dust and dirt over time, which is circulated throughout your home. New air filters and a thorough system maintenance will freshen up your HVAC and help reduce allergens tremendously.  Mold, mildew, bacteria, pollen and dust are present in almost every home, no matter how "clean" it is. When left unchecked, these things negatively impact the health and comfort of your family, guests and even your pets. Let A & A Air Services in Selbyville, DE help you combat household allergens and prevent their growth.  We serve all of Delmarva (including Salisbury, MD and all of Sussex County, DE) and have been for over 30 years.

 

Give us a call at 1-800-545-HEAT and we will be happy to help get your system as free of contaminants as possible to address troubling allergies or asthma symptoms.

 

We currently have a Fall Maintenance Special that provides a discount on your HVAC Maintenance or repair in Delaware, Maryland or Virginia!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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