The HVAC system in your Bellaire, TX home can affect your sleep. That’s why it’s important to make sure your system works well. Here are a few ways your HVAC system determines how well you sleep.
Poor Quality Air
Breathing air that’s low in quality can ruin your sleep. It can cause you to have reactions such as sneezing, coughing, sore throats, eye irritation and more. You’ll have a difficult time sleeping when you’re dealing with these symptoms.
Your heating and cooling system can circulate dirty air throughout your home. The air could have dust, dirt, pollen and other contaminants from your air ducts. Make sure to change your air filter regularly, and call an HVAC technician to clean your air ducts.
Loud, Weird Sounds
An HVAC system might make noises that keep you up at night. This is usually not the case with a new system or one that’s working well. If you’re hearing loud, unexplained noises, your heating and cooling system needs maintenance or repair.
Most people find it difficult to sleep in a room that’s too hot or too cold. That’s why a heating and cooling system that provides inconsistent temperatures can ruin your sleep.
You need the ideal temperature that allows you to comfortably sleep. However, it’s possible that your HVAC system won’t maintain a consistent temperature throughout the night. The sudden temperature change can awaken you several times during the night.
Several things can cause inconsistent temperatures with your heating and cooling system. Your best option is to contact an HVAC technician for maintenance. You also might want to consider installing a smart thermostat that will help with consistent temperatures.
Your heating and cooling system can make all the difference in how well you sleep. Contact Davis Air Conditioning & Heating for an heating and cooling system tune-up. We’ll make sure your HVAC system is performing its best and not disrupting your sleep.
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