Have you ever considered that your sleep quality is being affected by the temperature in your home? It’s true – those who sleep in cooler temperatures are getting better quality sleep than those who turn up the heat or turn off their air conditioner when it’s time to hit the hay. Why is this the
Allergy season will soon be upon us here in the Sunshine State, and if you are among the more than 50 million Americans that are affected by allergies, take note! Before prime allergy season begins, it’s time to learn how to reduce the pollen that gets spread throughout your home by your HVAC system.
At Best Home Services, we love our furry friends; they improve our quality of life and make every day a little bit better. But did you know that the indoor air quality in your home can suffer when you have a cat or dog in your home? Allowing pets to have free range access to
Indoor air quality is crucial for homeowners, especially as many Americans have been spending more time at home. Installing proper heating, ventilating and air conditioner (HVAC) filters can make a big difference between stuffy air that carries pollutants and a clean, healthy environment. We know what we’d choose. The first step to better air quality is understanding the difference in air filters used in your home. Let’s take a look! Options for Air