When they shed, fur, hair or dander can make its way into the home’s ventilation system, clogging the components. This can force an air conditioner or furnace to work harder to condition and circulate the air. The result could be a decrease in energy efficiency, lifespan of parts or the entire unit and indoor air quality.
Here are the common problems:
Frequent Equipment Failures
- Filters and vents could be clogged.
- 10-20% of the global population experiences allergies to cats and dogs. Compromised indoor air quality from pet hair or dander can result in:
- Eye, nose or throat irritation
HVAC Maintenance Tips for Pet Owners
Tip 1: Groom Pets Regularly
Tip 2: Vacuum Vents
Tip 3: Change Filter Regularly
Tip 4: Install an Air Purification System
Tip 5: Protect HVAC Equipment from Pets
Tip 6: Call in HVAC Pros to Clean and Seal Ducts
HVAC Maintenance for Happy Customers
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