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3 Ways to Prepare Your HVAC for the Upcoming Spring Allergy Season

Preparing For Allergy Season
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Virginia's cold weather will soon give way to pollen, oak, maple, ash and other common spring allergies. The Virginia allergy season will be here before you know it. Now's the time to prepare your HVAC system for the upcoming spring allergy season in North Chesterfield, Virginia.

Change Your Air Filter

Spring cleaning routines often consist of a thorough dusting of the entire house. Don't forget to change your filter while spring cleaning. Experts recommend changing your HVAC air filter at the start of every season. If you suffer from allergies, you should change yours every month.

Schedule a Tune-up

Routine HVAC maintenance isn't just for the longevity of your unit. Regular maintenance can also help your unit work more efficiently. The dust and debris that accumulates in your unit can wreak havoc on your allergies. Having it cleaned by a professional help avoid allergy symptoms. Additionally, it's important to make any needed repairs. Otherwise, you risk a minor malfunctioning causing a major breakdown.

Test Indoor Air Quality

Many homeowners wrongly believe that they're safe from allergens when at home. But the air quality in your home may be even worse than what is outdoors. When you schedule an indoor air quality test, we can offer you a personalized evaluation of your home's air quality. We will also provide you with solutions that'll improve your air quality. As a result, you'll breathe easier with a peace of mind at home this spring.

Keeping up with preventative maintenance, routinely changing your air filter, and monitoring indoor air quality are all important to maintaining an efficient HVAC unit. Instead of dreading the upcoming allergy season, you can enjoy the beauty of Virginia's spring. Call Air Excellence, Inc. today to begin preparing for allergy season. We can help make sure your home and HVAC system aren't exacerbating your allergy symptoms.

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