Associated Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Indoor Air Quality’

Allergy Season and Your Indoor Air Quality

Wednesday, May 1st, 2024

When flowers start blooming in the Willamette Valley, so does our dreaded allergy season. This causes discomfort for many people in our area. While we can’t do anything to control the pollen levels outdoors, we can take steps to make our indoor spaces a sanctuary from allergens. The most effective way to combat allergies indoors is by optimizing your HVAC system to improve your indoor air quality (IAQ). Let’s explore some things you can do this season!

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How to Prepare Your HVAC System for the Winter

Wednesday, December 27th, 2023

As the winter chill sets in, it’s crucial to ensure that your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system are ready to handle the demands that cold weather bring. A well-maintained HVAC system not only keeps your home comfortable but also helps improve energy efficiency. We’ve created a comprehensive checklist for winter to ensure a cozy and cost-effective winter season.

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How Air Purifiers Help You Sleep Better at Night

Wednesday, December 13th, 2023

The air you breathe directly affects your health. The problem is, most homes have anywhere from 4 to 9 times more pollutants in the air than exists right outside. The result? Your respiratory system works overtime, even when you sleep, so you wake up feeling less rested, and it continually cuts into your sleep quality.

Air purifier service in Springfield, OR help you breathe easier and sleep more soundly. Your indoor air quality isn’t just important—it’s paramount to your health and quality of life. Let’s show you how it helps, starting with your sleep.

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Are Air Filters Important for My Ducted HVAC System?

Thursday, July 13th, 2023

When it comes to a healthy ducted HVAC system, your air filter is absolutely essential. Not only do they improve the lifespan of your system, there are other benefits, too. Contrary to what many believe, the primary function of the filter is not to purify the air. An air filter will act as a barrier that will capture allergens, dust, and tiny particles from getting into the air you breathe inside your home. Keep in mind, the things you don’t want in your indoor air will build up on these lightweight filters over time.

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Why Choose Us for Your HVAC and Electrical Needs?

Thursday, June 1st, 2023

We know you have many choices when it comes to finding a contractor to take care of important jobs for your home: heating, air conditioning, electrical, and indoor air quality. So why should you choose Associated Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. out of the stack of names that pop up on a website search?

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