The air quality in your Rio Rico, AZ, home can affect your family’s health and wellness. Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) can cause difficulty breathing and aggravate respiratory issues. Here’s how your AC system may be contributing to poor IAQ:

Dirty Air Conditioner Filter

When your AC system’s filter clogs, it can no longer stop pollen and other allergens from getting into your home. Your household members then inhale them, potentially causing health issues. Replacing the air filter every three months, or every month if you have pets or suffer from allergies, will improve your home’s air quality.

Dirty, Leaky Ductwork

The ductwork in your home can develop leaks over time, allowing dust and other debris to get inside your central air conditioning system. By recirculating through your house, these particulates impact the quality of the air your family breathes. What’s more, it’ll settle on your carpets, furniture and furnishings. A professional service technician can clean and repair your ductwork, improving your IAQ. What’s more, it’ll reduce the time you spend vacuuming and dusting.

High Humidity

Indoor air quality suffers when your cooling system fails to maintain a proper humidity level due to a malfunction. Overly moist air can be hard to breathe and encourage bacterial growth, potentially spreading illness.

While Arizona’s outdoor air is normally very dry, moisture can be an issue during the annual monsoon season. An HVAC professional can identify moisture issues associated with your AC system, ensuring that humidity-related IAQ issues won’t negatively affect your health.

Lack of AC Maintenance

A professional should service your air conditioner before you crank it up for the summer. Dust, dirt and other pollutants that have settled in your AC system could spread throughout your house when turned on for the season. In addition to cleaning the interior of your air conditioner, an HVAC service technician will make sure your cooling system is ready to keep your family comfortable.

Our team has undergone training to identify and resolve indoor air quality issues. Give Oasis Air Conditioning & Heating a call to improve the quality of the air you breathe at home.

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