HVAC Maintenance for Pet Owners
Pets bring so much fun and love to our homes but they also have a few undesirable effects on our HVAC systems! Hair, dander and fur can cause allergens to build up, poor air quality and decreased efficiency of your unit. So, does that mean we have to live with a poor performing system or get rid of our beloved pets? Of course not! Listed below are a few basic practices that can ensure optimized performance, extend the life of your heating and cooling system while still enjoying our favorite furry family members!
Dirt and pollen gathers easily on your pets fur and these particles have the potential to cause major allergy and air quality issues. Keep your pets' fur cleaned and groomed to avoid discomfort and ensure a healthy unit and home.
Clean Your Home
Fur and dander can quickly accumulate in every corner of your home so routine vacuuming, sweeping and mopping are essential! When you’re vacuuming your home, don’t forget to switch to hose mode and suck up the hair and dust on and around your air vents.
Check For Exposed Dangers
Keep your curious cats and dogs safe by enclosing wires or dangerous HVAC elements that your pet mind find tasty to chew on.
Check Filters Regularly
Your filters will be working overtime with the presence of pets in the home. It is important to check on your filters, clean when necessary and replace them as needed to improve your unit's performance and improve your air quality.
Enlist the help of your local HVAC pros, Signature Heating & Air, an experienced service provider with over 15 years experience in Central Kentucky. WE can ensure that your HVAC system is working at its highest potential and extend the life of your unit. The Signature Club, our premier maintenance plan, offers preventive care for only $8.95 monthly. Your system will be serviced twice yearly, you will have priority scheduling, no diagnostic fees and 20% off repairs! Call us today at 859-544-6066 to sign up today!
Signature Heating & Air proudly serves Lexington, Richmond, Berea, Winchester, Nicholasville, Lancaster, Ford, and the surrounding Central Kentucky areas.