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If you can’t remember then it’s time to do that!Indoor air quality is the air quality in and around your home, and it affects the health and safety of your family and any guests who visit. A home with poor indoor air quality can expose its occupants to pollutants, allergens, and bacteria, which can lead to problems like irritated eyes, nose, and throat; headaches; dizziness; and fatigue. It can also contribute to long-term health conditions such as heart disease, cancer, and certain respiratory diseases. Thankfully, there are a few easy ways to improve your home’s indoor air quality, such as changing your system’s air filters regularly and having regular maintenance and deep cleaning done on your HVAC system. Depending on the type of air filters recommended for your home, you should change them at least once every three months, but monthly is better. You should also have an HVAC service provider regularly inspect and repair your system through annual maintenance visits to increase your indoor air comfort. When your HVAC system gets regular high-quality maintenance, your home will have fewer indoor air quality problems, and you and your family will be healthier and happier.
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