5 Effective HVAC Maintenance Tips for Cats and Dogs Owners

5 Effective HVAC Maintenance Tips for Cats and Dogs Owners

Your pets are filing your home with lots of love and joy, they also become our best friends. With them inside your home, you need to do extra cleaning and maintenance on your home and HVAC system. Pets come with significant effect on your indoor air quality as well.

To protect your HVAC investment and keep your family healthier, here are effective maintenance tips to follow.

  • Dust and Vacuum Regularly

Your pets shed dander and hair daily; therefore, you should also clean your home routinely. Dusting and vacuuming should be part of your daily chores to lessen the pollutants in your indoor air. 

  • Bathe and Groom Your Pets

Taking care of your pets comes with responsibility such as bathing and grooming. Frequent baths control allergens and odor and help maintain your pets healthy fur and skin.

  • Clean/Change Air Filters Frequently

Dirty and clogged filters can compromise your indoor air quality. If the filters get clogged, your system may automatically shut down; thus, cleaning and replacing your filters must be your priority. Do routine maintenance on air filters and keep them clean at all times.

Experts recommend upgrading to HEPA filters to reduce allergen buildup by up to 99%. This filter traps microscopic dander and other airborne particles hence, improving your IAQ and extending the life of your HVAC system.

  • Invest in Air Purification System

Living with pets makes you more vulnerable to airborne pollutants such as pet dander, dust mites, mold spores, and allergens. By getting an air purifier or air cleaner, you can remove up to 99.9% of harmful pollutants in the air. Air purification system is best at targeting several types of contaminants. Contact us at Blue Air One for the right air purification system for your home.

  • Schedule Biannual HVAC System Maintenance

The best way to ensure the topmost operation of your heating and cooling system is through routine maintenance. Have your A/C system inspected in the spring and your heating system in the fall. With your HVAC equipment maintained regularly, you can prevent emergency service calls and discomfort during the hottest and coldest days of the year.

For pet owners like you, it is important to keep an HVAC maintenance to-do list such as those listed above. Keep in touch with us at Blue Air One for more IAQ tips for you and your pets. Contact us whenever you need help.