AC repair can result by air pollution that develops inside the home.
Most people think central heating and air systems are some special invention that also cleans the air, but the truth is that the filters in these systems are only there to help prevent obvious dirt and dust from entering the system. Here are a couple of tips on preventing these pollutants.
Dust and dirt are normal in everyday life, even inside your home. One of the sources is in the laundry area where lint from clothes in the dryer escapes into the rest of the house. This lint enters the return cycle of HVAC systems and accumulates on vital elements and components. Water softeners help minimize the abrasive effects involved in washing clothes, and therefore decreases the amount of lint distributed throughout the home.
Ventilation is mandatory because a fresh air supply is vital to maintain human life. Keep the return air ducts clean to reduce the amount of pollutants that feed back into the home. Frequently replace the filters on your HVAC system to keep them free of blockage that can seep into the rest of the unit. Also, seal off drafts from around windows and doors to reduce outdoor contaminants from entering the home.
Air cleaners provide filtration to reduce mold and mildew that form inside heating and air conditioning ducts. Due to the changes in temperatures, regardless of the season, these naturally growing allergens fill the house with potential health risks. In most cases, people are not aware of having allergies, until there is a change in the household environment. These air-cleaning devices also help minimize the strain on HVAC systems and reduce the need for expensive repairs.