The Comfort of Home

Two Dangers To Know About Your AC Unit

Your air conditioning unit is responsible for a lot of work in your home. You rely on your HVAC system to keep your house cool all summer, and you rely on your heating system to improve your living conditions in the winter. You may not realize how much your HVAC system has to do with the quality of air inside your home. Plus, being exposed to these pollutants can leave you facing a variety of health hazards.

Carbon Monoxide

Each year, carbon monoxide kills people in their own homes. Most often, these are people who had no idea carbon monoxide could be found in the home. The best way to remedy this? A carbon monoxide detector.

Why is carbon monoxide so dangerous? Mostly because you can't know if it's in your home without a detector. It has no smell and no taste, so many people don't know they have carbon monoxide in their home until the feel some of the side effects of its poisoning.

Because it can be difficult to detect carbon monoxide, make sure you can pinpoint the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning in case they were to happen to you. Symptoms include confusion, hallucinations, headache, dizziness, and loss of consciousness. You should seek medical attention if you notice any of these signs.


Mold is one of the most serious issues you can face in your home. After all, exposure to mold has serious, long-lasting health consequences that can last even after you have moved or replaced your HVAC unit.

Mold tends to grow in AC units when too much moisture is present. Many people have no idea that the excess moisture is present, meaning people can live with mold for a long period of time before they realize that something is wrong.

Are you worried you have mold in your home? Pay close attention to the way you breathe and how you feel when you are in your home. Many people find themselves coughing a lot or getting headaches at home, but they feel fantastic when they leave. This is worth taking note of as a potential side effect of mold in your house.

What Can You Do?

Call an HVAC technician today to see if there is something else you could be doing about the potential pollutants in your home. AC services can tell you what is wrong with your current system and improve the way you live. They can also prevent a tragedy from occurring inside your home due to carbon monoxide or mold. Preventing these issues is easy with regular maintenance, so don't hesitate to book an appointment.

About Me

The Comfort of Home

When I married my amazing husband ten years ago, I moved into the brick, ranch home he already owned. Immediately, I was thankful that the house was equipped with a central heating and air conditioning unit. This once efficient system kept me cool during the hot summer days. It also allowed me to remain warm in my home during the cold winter nights. Now, our air conditioning unit is twenty years old. Because of its age, the system has started to malfunction. Recently, my husband contacted an HVAC contractor about installing a new system at our home. This kind technician patched our old system to give us time to contemplate what type of new unit we want. On this blog, I hope you will discover the ways an HVAC contractor can help you continue to enjoy the comfort of your home.


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