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How Indoor Plants Help Eliminate Indoor Toxins

Concerned about indoor air quality? Put your green thumb to work. Plants not only thrive in spite of household air contaminants, but also help to remove them from the air. Airborne formaldehyde (a carcinogen that comes from materials like plywood, adhesives, carpet and paint) and carbon monoxide (produced by heating or cooking equipment) are two examples of toxins eliminated by houseplants. Combine this idea with additional tips and equipment options designed to improve the air your family breathes. Contact us, the Westinghouse HVAC experts, for more information today.

Dirty Air Filters Damage Systems

A dirty air filter can substantially increase the cost of running your heater and A/C. When was the last time you changed yours? Check your air filter every month, especially during heavy use periods like winter and summer. If the filter looks dirty after a month, change it. At a minimum, change the air filter every three months to keep dust and dirt from building up in the system, which could lead to expensive repairs or even early system failure. Contact the Westinghouse HVAC experts for even more tips on saving energy while optimizing home comfort.

Consider Using Shades or Blinds to Block Direct Sun

Help your A/C keep its cool this summer by using shades or blinds that block hot sun, especially on windows facing east and west. Inhibiting direct sun with landscaping can also prevent outside heat from affecting the temperature indoors. For more money saving ideas and advice on energy efficient equipment, contact us, the Westinghouse HVAC experts. With just a few simple changes, we can help you increase comfort and save on your energy bills.

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