The fall season is upon us and you know what that means – football, football, and more football! If you’re going to have friends and family over to your house to watch a game, however, then you need to consider party comfort concerns to ensure that everyone stays happy and will want to come back. Here are a few things you should make sure have been covered:
Air Conditioning or Heating Maintenance
Depending on the weather outside on any given day, you may find yourself running either the air conditioner or heater. You don’t want these systems to fail you, so now is a good time to give your local HVAC technician a call for a yearly check-up.
Air Filter Replacement or Cleaning
Your HVAC system’s air filter does a fantastic job at filtering out dust, debris, and contaminants to keep them from being dispersed into your air. These filters fill up every 1-3 months depending on how often you run your system, so check them before you decide to have guests over to your home.
Upgrade to a Better Thermostat
Achieving a proper comfort level during your football watch party has a lot to do with the operation of your thermostat. The best plan of action is to upgrade your thermostat to one of the newest programmable models that will allow you set the days and times that your system is in operation, give you local weather info, and can be changed remotely on the fly through a wi-fi connection.
Clean Up the Air
Even if no one visiting your household suffers from respiratory issues, clean air should still be a concern. Indoor air quality can be improved with the use of microfiber cloths, HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air)-equipped vacuum cleaners, and air cleaners that remove hazardous contaminants from your air.
For more expert advice on party comfort concerns, or if you have questions related to home comfort, please reach out to the incredible HVAC professionals at Aggressive Mechanical Contractors, Inc. We’ve been a driving force of honesty and integrity in Monmouth County and the surrounding areas since 1948.
Our goal is to help educate our customers in Monmouth County, New Jersey and surrounding areas about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).