BY ANN PARK
HVAC Systems tend to get the most attention during the roughest times of the year – during a cold snap or when the temperature climbs to unbearable levels. Once it handles the worst, all is well, right? Not necessarily. Spring comes with its own challenges that affect your HVAC system.
Spring can be the worst time for anyone with allergies, especially to dust and pollen. Your HVAC system needs to filter the air you breathe while providing you with enough fresh air. If you suffer from allergies, consider adding an air purification system to your home. This will serve your family year-round, adding protection from the nasty bugs and allergens that make you sick.
As cold weather makes way for the heat of summer, your HVAC system deals with both heating and cooling, sometimes on the same day. Having a heating and cooling system that is efficient will help lower your energy consumption and ensure that your equipment functions well for years to come. If your HVAC system is over 15 years old, you may want to consider a new, more efficient comfort system for your home.
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