At Comfort Systems, we take indoor comfort with the utmost level of seriousness. With our expert HVAC services, it has never been easier to improve your indoor comfort levels. We know how difficult these tasks can be and that’s why we are here to provide homeowners with all of the help that they need. The following guide will provide you with a number of helpful tips and pointers that are designed to assist you in improving your indoor comfort levels. Be sure to read on to learn more!

Prioritize Precise Temperature Control

Temperature control is one of the most crucial aspects when it comes to your indoor comfort level. That’s why a programmable thermostat is of the utmost importance. The precise temperature control that a programmable thermostat will afford you is second to none.

Let’s say that you would like to enjoy a certain temperature when you are at home but prefer a more moderate temperature once it is time to leave. With the usage of a programmable thermostat, this has never been simpler. A homeowner can simply adjust the settings as needed and never have to worry about it again.

Check Your HVAC Filter

If your home’s heating and cooling is not currently up to par, your HVAC filters may be the culprit. Take the time to check and change these filters on a consistent basis for best results. As these filters start to become more and more filthy, the comfort level of the home is going to take a major step back.

Your heating and cooling systems will not run as efficiently, increasing the amount of wear and tear that is being placed on them. For best results, change these filters every three months.

Choose The Right Air Purification System

This may seem like an issue that is more likely to occur in public spaces but air purification should be prioritized by homeowners at all times. Did you know that you can easily connect an air purification system to your current HVAC system? In fact, our team of experienced professionals will be more than happy to answer any and all questions that you may have about this installation process.

Once these systems have been connected, you will have the ability to purify the air throughout the home. Pet dander, dust and other allergens are removed from the air, providing a greater level of control over allergy related symptoms (as well as asthma).

Go Green!

As more and more homeowners look to go green, indoor plants are becoming more and more prevalent. There are a wide range of plants that can be grown indoors that will provide a wide range of benefits. Best of all, the vast majority of these plants are very easy to maintain. You are not going to have to spend a great deal of time and energy keeping them alive, which is a major plus for those who have a busy work or school schedule.

Growing indoor plants will help to remove pollutants from the air and as an added bonus, they provide a more homey feel. Whether you appreciate the peace lily or English ivy, there is no shortage of options. Lady palm, devil’s ivy, spider plants and red edged dracaena are great choices. Many homeowners will often choose aloe plants, while others love the florist’s chrysanthemum.

Preventive Medicine

Don’t make the mistake of waiting for HVAC related issues to arise before springing into action. Preventive medicine is everything when it comes to the maintaining your heating and cooling systems. For starters, air duct cleaning is crucial. This task should be performed periodically, so that you can fend off any potential problems before they have a chance to take place.

If the duct work is not clean, the air is not going to move through the house in the manner that you would expect. No one wants to experience this type of discomfort once the winter and summer months roll around. Take a moment to speak with one of our professionals, as we are able to provide all of the necessary guidance and preventive care to keep your HVAC systems running on all cylinders.