Tacoma WA Heating And Cooling HVAC Expert Air Quality Guide Launched

A new guide to indoor air quality improvement and maintenance has been launched by Ranger Heating and Cooling. The specialist HVAC team offers expert unit installation, repair and maintenance throughout Tacoma.

Tacoma, United States - April 7, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Ranger Heating and Cooling has launched a new guide covering indoor air quality basics for those who are inside a lot. This is important for families who are being encouraged by their government to limit social contact during the coronavirus outbreak.

More information can be found at: https://rangerheating.com

The new guide explains that families all around the country are going to be inside a lot more than they’re used to due to COVID-19.

With this in mind, it’s important for everyone to be aware of how indoor air quality can affect health. Ranger Heating recommends taking precautions to avoid common issues associated with indoor air quality.

Research shows that poor indoor air quality can lead to flu-like symptoms, headaches, dizziness, and itchy eyes. It can also have a negative impact on asthma, allergies, and chronic illnesses.

For those who are worried about their air quality now they’re spending more time indoors, Ranger Heating offers a variety of tips. Firstly, homeowners are encouraged to get their ductwork inspected.

In addition to this, it’s important to have the furnace cleaned and checked. Other things to consider include installing an air purifier, opening windows every day, and checking on humidity levels.

Ranger Heating recommends that families clean their home once a week, which goes a long way to keeping dirt and dust from entering the airflow.

Ranger Heating and Cooling is a full service HVAC specialist that provides installation, repair and maintenance for local customers. They’re always on hand to help when customers need high quality, professional maintenance for all their HVAC needs.

The team states: “For furnaces, an annual service tune-up and cleaning is recommended, usually performed in the fall. The purpose is to keep your system running at top efficiency throughout the season, and to keep you having heat when you need it.”

Those who are worried about their indoor air quality can get in touch for expert service and guidance.

Full details can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: David Kallander
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Organization: Ranger Heating and Cooling
Address: 2010 48th Ave Ct E, Tacoma, WA 98424, United States
Phone: +1-253-336-3777
Website: https://rangerheating.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88952744

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