Humid or stale air can cause discomfort in your home. Improving your home’s airflow will help to increase your HVAC system’s efficiency and enhance your indoor air quality. Here are three ways you can improve your home’s airflow in Kittanning, PA:

Replace Your Air Filters

As air passes through your home, it picks up dirt, debris and other particles. Air filters help to trap these pollutants and prevent them from circulating in your indoor air. After some time, your filters get dirty and clogged, which reduces airflow in your home.

Changing your air filters every month will help to improve your home’s airflow and enhance your indoor air quality. It can also increase the efficiency of your air conditioner and save on energy costs. A qualified comfort advisor can help you replace your HVAC filters and recommend the right ones for your home.

Check Vents and Registers

Checking whether the vents in all your rooms are open can help you increase airflow. Ensure that all the registers are open, even in rooms that are not in use. Your HVAC system distributes air in a circular pattern.

Closing the vents will disrupt the flow of air and makes your HVAC system work harder to move cool air throughout your home. Additionally, ensure that nothing is blocking the air coming from the vents. If you place your bookshelf or furniture in the direct line of the airflow from the vents, you’ll reduce the efficiency of your HVAC system.

Schedule Regular Maintenance

When you schedule preventive maintenance, a comfort advisor will address any issues that can weaken your airflow. They can also give you tips on improving the efficiency of your HVAC system.

Miller Plumbing & Heating provides expert HVAC and plumbing services. We offer free estimates, honest pricing and quality work. Contact us today for all your HVAC maintenance and installation needs.

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