As most pet owners in South Carolina know, the animals you invite into your home are more than just pets. They’re cherished members of your family. From dog washing to litter pan cleanups, you’re willing to take on extra chores to include them in your life. It’s not always easy. Pets add to the mix of dirt, allergens, and pollutants that can circulate through your home. These HVAC tips can help keep everyone in your family safe, comfortable and healthy.
These HVAC tips can help keep everyone in your family safe, comfortable and healthy.
All About Air Quality
When it comes to your health, indoor air has a bigger impact on your well-being than the air outside. Poor indoor air quality is particularly problematic for allergy sufferers but poses long-term health risks for every family member, including pets. The most dangerous contaminants are tiny particulates like pet dander that get deep into your lungs and even your bloodstream. Air Doctor Services Inc offers some air quality solutions:
- From air purifiers to whole-home filters; we install products that work within your existing HVAC ductwork to capture contaminants.
- Our duct cleaning services not only remove contaminants but also improve the overall efficiency of your HVAC systems.
- Our Trane pleated media filters offer a more effective alternative to the basic air filters that come with most HVAC systems.
HVAC equipment is susceptible to the same contaminants that accumulate on other household surfaces without the benefit of routine housekeeping. The cleanings, checks, and calibrations included in regularly scheduled tune-ups help keep indoor pollutants at bay. Preventive maintenance plans also offer you a sure-fire way to improve system efficiency. That means keeping more money in your pocket to spend on treats for your pets.
At Air Doctors Services Inc, we’re proud to serve pet owners from Myrtle Beach to Pawleys Island with top-notch products and services. For more HVAC tips and information, explore our range of comfort solutions or call us at (843) 305-8824.