“Baby-proofing” your home’s HVAC helps everyone’s indoor air quality and comfort

If you are one of the many soon-to-be parents, it’s time to ensure your home is baby-proofed. More than baby-proofing the cabinets and the stairs, you must make sure the air conditioning in your home is reliable, serviced and ready to provide comfort to the newest addition to your family. According to the CDC, July through October are the busiest months for maternity wards! Know someone expecting? Consider gifting a service plan to alleviate every heating and cooling worry, so they can enjoy their baby.

Here’s What You Need to Know about Air Conditioning in Your Home:

  1. Replace and routinely clean your air filters. This is something you should do with or without a precious newborn in the home. If you don’t already practice routine air filter cleaning for the air conditioning in your home, once the baby has arrived, it’s a must. The typical schedule is every three months at a maximum for indoor air quality and optimal efficiency of your AC unit.
  2. Let the pros check it out. You shouldn’t overlook the importance of air conditioning in your home and how it impacts your baby’s comfort and wellbeing. Parents should schedule a professional HVAC cleaning and inspection to ensure everything with the AC unit is clean, free of the danger of breaking down and working properly.
  3. If it weren’t for the humidity… Humidity can lead to increased levels of bacteria and mold growth. These can severely impact you and your whole family’s health. Your HVAC service provider can help you audit the humidity levels of your home and make improvements with a wide variety of products designed to help.
  4. Check your IAQ. In addition, your home’s IAQ should be tested. Schedule an indoor air quality evaluation so the air conditioning in your home contributes to a healthy environment for your baby.
  5. Have you updated your thermostat lately? A programmable thermostat is a good idea, new baby or not! Especially true, as keeping the baby comfortable becomes priority number one. A programmable thermostat can keep your home’s air conditioner working at its optimal level and help you set the temps to keep the baby warm or cool without having to think about it!

Air Specialty Ready to Help Prep Air Conditioning in Your Home

From baby gates to plugs for the electrical outlets, as new parents you have a lot to consider as the arrival draws closer! On the list should be attention to the air conditioning in your home. This is where Air Specialty helps most. We specialize in helping homeowners at all stages of life maintain a healthy HVAC system to keep them cool, run efficiently and protect the indoor air quality of their home. Hurry up and contact one of our team of NATE-certified technicians to assist you with the air conditioning in your home. The baby will be here before you know it! Contact Air Specialty your HVAC service needs today.

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