Poorly designed AC or HVAC systems go beyond wasting energy – they contribute to poor indoor air quality. It’s important to test your indoor air quality and do regular cleaning, have proper ventilation, and air filtration. This can prevent carbon monoxide poisoning and excess fumes. Having a balanced temperature indoors with moderate humidity also creates a comfortable environment.

Learn more about controlling indoor air quality in this infographic from AAA Heating and Cooling.

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Controlling Indoor Air Quality

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