Each day, you accumulate dust in your Jacksonville Beach, Florida, home. While you can’t completely eliminate dust, using air cleaners, scheduling HVAC maintenance, and adjusting your cleaning routine are some ways you can control dust in your home.
Install an Air Cleaner
When installed into your HVAC system, an air cleaner can increase the system’s ability to capture dust and other indoor air pollutants such as pet dander and pollen. For example, the Trane CleanEffects Air Cleaner can capture particles as small as 0.1 micron. This Trane air cleaner is also capable of removing up to 99.98% of allergens from the air as it passes through its powerful air filter. Increase your health and comfort and reduce your cleaning time with an air cleaner.
Schedule Regular HVAC System Maintenance
To ensure your HVAC system is free of dust accumulation, schedule regular maintenance each year. A technician will clean hard-to-reach areas on the internal components of your HVAC system. Since your HVAC system is responsible for delivering air conditioning and heating throughout your home, this essential cleaning can help you control how much dust is present in the air. In addition, maintenance can help keep your system operating at peak performance throughout the year.
Clean Spots Where Sneaky Dust Can Lurk
Adjust your cleaning routine and concentrate on areas where sneaky dust accumulation can occur. Use the task list below to help you get started:
- Wipe the slats of window blinds.
- Use a damp cloth to gently remove dust from the leaves of your houseplants.
- Clean lampshades by using a lint roller or electrostatic duster.
- Dust behind and underneath your electronic devices.
Keeping dust under control is possible with the right indoor air quality products. When you contact Abaco Air Experts, we’ll help you select the best solutions for your needs. Call us at (904) 268-3800 to schedule an appointment.
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