The quality of your indoor air circulation can greatly affect your health and how you feel. You can begin to feel cooped up or fatigued if your indoor air quality and circulation are poor. A few simple steps can help you upgrade the quality of your air.

Open your windows and doors each day, even if it’s for a short period of time. If you are sensitive to high pollen levels or high ozone levels, your best bet is to wait until late evening to open up. Even 30 minutes each day can help recycle the air in your home and replace the old, stale air with new, fresher air.

Utilizing an air purification unit in your home can remove dust, dander, pollen, mold and odors from your air. Surfaces in your home such as countertops, painted walls and carpet can all off-gas volatile organic compounds into the air you breathe. These can cause a host of health problems, including allergies and asthma. Purifying your indoor air this way can have a great effect on how you feel.

Change the filters in your HVAC system monthly to make sure irritating particles are not circulating in the air you breathe. A clogged filter will have a negative effect on your equipment and on your indoor air quality.

Have your HVAC system regularly serviced to make sure the heating and cooling components are clean and working efficiently. Acosta Heating and Cooling can help customers in the Charlotte, North Carolina area upgrade their indoor air circulation by performing routine maintenance and ductwork cleaningson an annual basis.