Temperatures in Myrtle Beach, SC can be as low as mid 20’s Fahrenheit in January but rise to the mid to upper 90’s in July and August. Due to changing and occasionally extreme weather conditions, many people constantly use their HVAC units to either keep them warm or cool as needed. Using an air conditioner makes you feel comfortable during sunny and warm days; however, be aware that when insufficiently cleaned, air conditioning units will soon collect dust and other impurities which may release unhealthy air. Here’s what you need to know about how air conditioning service can curb air contamination and some tips to get good indoor air quality.
Keeping Indoor Air Clean
A well-functioning and modern HVAC unit introduces outdoor air into indoor spaces as a form of mechanical ventilation. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), ventilation enhances indoor air quality by flushing out contaminants in closed environments. Such units are particularly useful for places where people work on short-term activities that may produce high quantities of pollutants such as painting, cooking, and hobbies like welding and sanding. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2oxnBZB