Spring is in the air, flowers are blooming, trees are blossoming, and allergies are attacking. That last part isn’t so great, is it? It’s par for the course, though. The fact of the matter is that, much as we look forward to spring and summer weather, it can really wreak havoc on our indoor air quality in Everett, WA. If you are serious about enjoying high indoor air quality in your home, then you may need to invest in some new systems to do so.
The good news is that the comfort professionals on our team are here to help. We don’t just sell some of the finest indoor air quality systems around. We’ll also help you to find the right ones for your needs, and we’ll make sure that your new systems are installed perfectly every step of the way. Remember, maintaining comfortable temperatures in your home is only part of the battle. Maintaining great indoor air quality is a necessary step in winning the war for your comfort all year long.
One of the major problems that many homeowners run into during the spring season is a flare-up of their allergy symptoms. There are many issues at play here, including pollen and even simply increased dust due to more activity in your home. If you think that the air filter in your AC is going to be enough to resolve these issues, think again.
First of all, that filter only comes into play when the system is running. Secondly, it’s pretty inefficient. That’s not a bad thing—this filter is designed to protect your HVAC equipment from issues stemming from dust and dirt. It’s not there to improve air quality throughout your home.
If that is your goal, then definitely let us know. We can install a designated air filtration system in your home that is meant for improving indoor air quality throughout, or we can outfit your system with an electronic air cleaner. We’ll find the best solutions possible for your particular needs.
Many homes are going to feel humid during the summer season, as humidity levels outside climb. When it’s really warm out and you are running your air conditioner regularly, though, you may wind up drying out the air in your home more than you’d like. While an air conditioner is not a dehumidifier and is not meant to serve that function, a side effect of the cooling process is the removal of some moisture from the air.
We install and service both whole-house humidifiers and whole-house dehumidifiers that will allow you to balance humidity levels in your home conveniently and effectively. Give us a call if you are concerned about humidity levels, and if you are tired of moving portable units around the house, filling tanks, dumping basins, and so on. You don’t have to do any of that when you go the whole-house route.
Count on G & S Heating Cooling & Electric for all of your indoor air quality service needs.