Home Comfort Contributors

Home Comfort ContributorsOver time, your home can become less cozy. As a result, you’ll have to make some improvements. Fortunately, there are specific factors that you can control to make your whole family love being indoors. Here’s more on the important elements that affect your home comfort.

Temperature Control

The most obvious factor that influences your home’s comfort level is temperature. You won’t feel comfortable in a house that’s too cold or too hot. The variables that affect the temperature in your home include:

  • the weather and temperature outside
  • sunlight coming through your windows
  • body heat from occupants

Controlling your indoor temperature successfully starts with having a high-quality HVAC system. Ensure your air conditioner is the right size for your house, properly maintained, and in excellent working condition. Use a programmable thermostat to regulate temperature easily and more efficiently.

Humidity

Humidity can have a considerable effect on home comfort. When the weather’s hot and muggy, your indoor air can feel heavy and sticky. High humidity levels also make it harder for your sweat to evaporate and take your body heat with it, adding to your discomfort.

You can cut down your home’s humidity levels by ensuring your A/C unit is in proper working order, regularly replacing your air filters, and adding a dehumidifier to your HVAC system.

Air Quality

A home with dirty air will feel uncomfortable. Airborne impurities will trigger allergies, worsen respiratory problems, or cause severe health problems. The pollutants include:

Investing in whole-home air purification can dramatically improve indoor air quality.

By taking charge of these three key factors, you’ll have a comfortable home all year long. Contact us at NisAir Air Conditioning and Heating for assistance with any issue related to home comfort. We provide a full range of HVAC products and services to meet your home comfort needs in Martin, Palm Beach, and Indian River Counties.

Our goal is to help educate our customers in Martin, Palm Beach, St. Lucie and Indian River Counties in Florida about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems). For more information about other HVAC topics, download our free Home Comfort Guide or call us at 772-207-1658. 

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