With all the COVID-19 concerns happening currently, many homeowners are looking for ways to reduce the spread of the virus within their homes. One way to do this is by ensuring your home’s HVAC system is clean and working effectively to move air throughout the home. Keeping the air clean and pure comes down to your air filter, which can help to filter out virus particles if you are using a HEPA-certified air filter. Your homes duct’s could be clogged with dust, pet fur, dander, and other debris. Anyone living in the home could be susceptible to extra sneezing and respiratory issues due to poor air quality in the home.
Spring Tune of HVAC System
Spring is here and summer will soon be upon us. Many Utah homeowners aren’t using their furnaces as often, but the air conditioners will soon be turned on. If you want to fight poor indoor air quality throughout the year, we recommend always having your annual HVAC system maintenance checked. We want to help prepare your home for the warmer months ahead, call us to schedule an appointment, 801-296-6059.
Replace the Air Filter
We recommend homeowners replace the air filter every 30-90 days to ensure it is properly filtering the air and limiting strain on the motor. Keep the filter clean to remove allergens, extend the lifespan of your HVAC system, and reduce energy consumption.
Air Duct Cleaning
Homeowners should plan to have the air ducts at least once every 5-7 years to keep the air in the home clean. We can inspect your air ducts to recommend a cleaning, or if they are still looking good!
Genuine Comfort COVID-19 Announcement
With the spread of coronavirus, people are staying home at unprecedented rates. There is an incredible amount of stress in this time, which can quickly feel overwhelming. The last thing you need is to be concerned regarding the levels of safety within your home. Here at Genuine Comfort, we understand what a difficult time this is all around. Feel free to reach out to us if you need direction regarding how to ensure that your home is safe during this critical time. We have taken several measures to keep both our employees and customers safe. Our service technicians are dedicated to ensuring that all of our equipment is sanitized and safe. Employees are not allowed to come to work if they are experiencing any cold like symptoms. In addition, all of our service technicians and installers are required to wear face masks and gloves while working in your home. They won’t shake your hand will keep a safe distance of 6 feet from you or any of your family members.