Circulating air helps to keep your Dona Ana, NM, home comfortable and your HVAC system running efficiently. However, there are many things around your home that can reduce that airflow. Here’s what you can do today to improve your airflow and make your home more comfortable.

Keep Your Vents Open and Clear

Your HVAC system depends on creating a pressure difference around your home to make the air circulate. When you close a vent or furniture or debris blocks it, you inhibit that circulating pattern. Keep your vents open and make sure you have at least a 2-inch clearance around and above each vent.

Keep Your Air Filter Clean

Your air filter is the most common place for an airflow restriction to occur in your system, inhibiting circulation. If you have average air quality and a standard 1-inch filter, plan to replace it at least every 90 days. If you check your filter monthly, you’ll know if it should be changed more frequently.

Get Routine HVAC Maintenance

The smallest particles flow right through your air filter, settling on your circulating fan, heat exchanger, and evaporator coil. This slowly degrades your airflow through the system and then around your home. During professional HVAC maintenance, a technician will clean these areas to prevent restrictions.

Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

The quality of your indoor air depends on the amount of contaminants floating around in the air that will eventually work their way into your system. Not only do these contaminants clog your system, but they also settle on and clog your vents. Work to improve your air quality by keeping surfaces clean and adding an air purifier.

Don’t let poor air quality hinder the performance of your HVAC system and cost you more in repairs and utility bills. Call today to schedule your indoor air quality consultation with one of our experts at Sun City Plumbing & Heating.

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