Ensuring consistent indoor comfort is the key to making our homes more pleasant to live in. You may think that adjusting the thermostat of your HVAC system is enough, but there are other factors that come into play when ensuring the comfort of your home. Continue reading and you might come to see comfort in a different light.
Air Pro, Inc., your local air conditioning repair service provider, explains the critical components of indoor home comfort.
Temperature, in itself, is not inherently stable, which can make reaching the perfect indoor temperature a struggle. Several external factors, such as our body’s temperature, the entry of heat through the windows and drafts passing under the door can affect how hot or cold a room is. That said, attaining a comfortable temperature is all about maintaining it.
This aspect of indoor home comfort affects more than people realize, such as how you feel inside the room even when the actual temperature doesn’t change. A cool room that’s not properly dehumidified will feel less cool than a room with drier air. In this case, ensuring proper humidity levels inside the home is important during the summer, as it allows you to turn your thermostat up a few degrees. Doing so helps you use less energy, leading to better energy savings.
Every heating and air conditioning contractor knows how important air quality is. You may be able to control temperature and humidity, but if you don’t control the air quality as well, you won’t be able to fully enjoy your indoor space. Airborne particles like dust, pollen and other allergens, as well as mold, mildew and volatile organic compounds (VOCs), can make your rooms uncomfortable. These impurities can also affect your health, especially your respiratory system.
This aspect is likewise important, especially if you consider how crucial the three previous factors are in achieving indoor home comfort. All it takes is investing in the right home heating and air conditioning system, controlled by the proper thermostat.
Make your home as comfortable as possible by working with the NATE-certified HVAC specialists of Air Pro, Inc. We offer new HVAC unit installations, AC and furnace repair and replacement services and preventive maintenance. We’re one of the local area’s factory-authorized Carrier® dealers, which means our products are of the highest quality.
Call us at (505) 300-5900 or fill out our contact form for your queries or to request service.