The air in your home should always be at a comfortable. You will spend most of your time in the home, especially during the winter months. Having the air warm and comfortable is important for everyone in the home. If anyone suffers from allergies or asthma, you will want to make sure the air is free from pollutants or allergens as well. If breathing is difficult, than it might be best to invest in an air purifier or cleaner. These devices are designed to keep the air you breath free of contaminants and other harmful particles in your home.
Check the Humidity Levels
Besides having the air clean, you will also want to make sure it is at the proper humidity level. Having air that is too dry cannot only be problematic for you and members of your household, but also the furniture. Dry air can cause the wood to crack or splinter. Even fabric will do better in a home that has the proper amount of humidity levels. Investing in a humidifier will allow you to adjust the correct amount and level you need or want in your home. If you are not sure what the ideal humidity percent should be set at, make sure to contact us.
Check the Efficiency
Also remember to plug up any cracks or leaks that you have in your home. Gaps by windows or doors will allow cold air to come in, as well as warm air to go out. This will result in a higher heating bill for your home. To help make sure the furnace is operating efficiently, make sure that it is properly maintained and inspected regularly. If you are not sure how often this should be, make sure to contact us. We can advise you on a schedule that is before for your furnace and lifestyle.