With spring in full force and summer right around the corner, warm weather is here to stay! People in South Carolina are dependent on their air conditioning units to keep them cool during these warm seasons. While so many people rely on AC units, many do not know how they actually work. Therefore, this blog will explain how an air conditioning unit works.
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Spring is officially in full swing, so it’s that time of year when people start suffering from pollen allergies again. Of course, you might feel that simply staying indoors as long as possible is a good way to avoid your allergies, but there’s an insidious terror lurking in your own home that could trigger nasty and often violent allergy attacks.
We’re talking about your HVAC system, the very same machine that’s also responsible for heating and cooling your home. Here in South Carolina, we enjoy numerous lovely spring days, however, we’re simultaneously bombarded by pollen. During this season, those yellow spores can find their way into your home. The worst part? Once the pollen outside starts to settle down, your home’s pollen count will remain the same unless you do something about it. In fact, indoor pollen levels can even rise after the allergy season ends.
With spring right around the corner, it’s once again that time of the year where we need to prepare our HVAC for a new season. For most of us, simply opening up the windows is enough to balance the slight increase in temperature, but as it gets warmer and closer to summer, you’re going to notice that a simple breeze won’t be enough to keep your home cool. This is why it’s important to start paying attention to your HVAC system. That way, when the temperature does get hotter, you are well-prepared.
Thus, in this article, we’re going to offer a couple of simple tips on how you can get your HVAC ready for spring.