Improving Air Quality in Homes With Pets

W A Air Conditioning in Trinity, TX, understands how much you love your pets but knows that maintaining great air quality in your home is important. There are several steps you can take to ensure that the fur, dander, and dirt from your pet doesn’t adversely affect your health.

Keep Your Air Filters Clean

Your central heating and cooling system has several features included that will improve the air quality in your house. Keeping the air filters clean is important to ensure that your heating and cooling system works optimally. Most filters last three to six months, but if you have pets, it’s important to check them often. You might have to change them as frequently as once a month.

Properly Groom Your Pet

Keeping your pet clean is a great way to minimize the dander and dirt that can become airborne in your home. Washing your pet regularly can keep dander levels down and minimize the fur that he or she sheds. A professional groomer can do an exceptional job of reducing the impact your pet can have on the air quality in your home.

Clean Your Home Often

Taking the time to clean your house often can reduce the amount of dirt that can circulate. Litter boxes and kennels should be cleaned often, as they tend to pick up a lot of dirt and potentially harmful particles. Vacuuming and sweeping floors regularly can keep fur and dander out of your home as well. Other surfaces should be wiped down frequently.

Skilled HVAC Experts

W A Air Conditioning has NATE-certified technicians who are ready to help with any type of job. We offer ventilator, air purifier, and humidifier installation, repair, and maintenance services. We’re proud to maintain an A+ rating with the BBB and offer flat-rate billing. Our locally owned and operated company delivers comprehensive services when it comes to heating, cooling, and indoor air quality. We can even perform residential energy audits. Call W A Air Conditioning today to find out more about how we can help you with your home.

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October 21, 2019 11:13 pm