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Reduce Allergies With Spring HVAC Tips

allergies LaytonSpring is in full swing in Utah, which means those of us suffering from allergies are not excited! Allergies can lead to problems for anyone when you are inside the home or outside. However, Robert Love Heating and Air is here to help! Certain HVAC maintenance can help in reducing the amount of allergens in the home, which can help you enjoy spring and summer this year!

Change your Furnace Filter

We know you’ve heard this one before, but we cannot stress it’s importance enough! Change that air filter because it does a large amount of work for you in reducing allergens in the home. High-quality filters are the ones that will trap the microscopic particles int he air. Without a clean air filter, the HVAC system will need to work harder and the entire system will be less efficient.

Clean Around the Furnace and Air Conditioner

You need to go and clean around your furnace system and your heater. If the units do not have access to air they need, it will lead to problems with the quality of air that is circulating through your home. Cleaning around the unit is a great way to reduce excess allergens in the home.

Look for Mold

Yikes! No one likes mold, but its particularly concerning when it comes to your HVAC system as the mold can be spread throughout the entire home. Mold thrives in moist environments, so always take a look at your air ducts and drip pan. It’s a wise idea to have your air ducts cleaned yearly as well to reduce the risk of mold in the home.

Clean the Registers and Vents

When you are cleaning around the home, you need to clean the registers and vents to limit dust and other things from being sent throughout the home. If you see dust on the registers, it shows that you have dust going throughout the air in your home.

Schedule an HVAC Maintenance Appointment

Now is the best time to call Robert Love Heating & Air to schedule your HVAC appointment. We will perform preventative maintenance on your HVAC system to help reduce the problems with allergens in the air.

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