Have you ever looked at a dust storm and thought to yourself, “Wow that looks like something enjoyable to run through.” Probably not, unless you’re three or four years old and enthralled by just about anything to do with dirt. This is just one example of the negative association we have with excessive amounts of dust and debris in the air we breathe.
What can you do about excess amounts of dirt in the air in your home? There’s only so much dusting one person can do after all. Thankfully there is a way to combat dirty air in your home so that way it does not hinder your home comfort. Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. provides indoor air quality systems that can help, such as a system for air filtration in Farmington, NM.
How Poor Air Quality Hinders Your Comfort
Poor indoor air quality is something at that can seriously mess with your home comfort. Dirty air isn’t just a problem for your chore list is a problem when it comes to keeping you cool and comfortable throughout the year. So what exactly is dirty air doing to make things worse?
- Ruining your AC efficiency. An increase in the amount of airborne debris in your home is going to decrease the efficiency of your air conditioner. Dirt can build up on your air filter, collect on the evaporator coil, and even clog up your vents to ruin the cooling process and destroy your ability to keep your home cool efficiently.
- Reducing airflow. All that collected airborne debris is going to start messing with the flow of air into and out of your air conditioning system. Weaker airflow means it will take longer to cool your home off which leaves you feeling uncomfortable.
- Increases risk of repair needs. Dirty air will eventually start to impact the operation of your air conditioner. Dirt that collects on your evaporator coil can put it at risk of collecting a layer of ice for example. Additionally, too much dirt can clog your air filter which will hinder the cooling process and put extra strain on your AC. A faulty air conditioner isn’t going to keep you comfortable.
How a Whole-House Air Filter Helps
The air filters that are built into your HVAC system are meant to protect the internal workings of your air conditioner rather than improve your indoor air quality. When we are discussing indoor air quality systems we are talking about a whole-house air filter.
An air filtration system is going to be installed into your ductwork where it can capture in remove a large amount of debris from the air in your home. This will improve your comfort, improve your home’s efficiency, and probably help your allergies too.
If you need help improving the air quality in your home, our team is available to help. We install top-quality products that clean the biggestcontaminants from your home’s air.
Don’t waste your time with the run-around. Give us a call and let us do it right the first time! Contact Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. to get started.