Sleep is important to all of us, and the HVAC system in your Braselton, Georgia, home can help you get sufficient, restful sleep every night. Let’s look at several ways that you can ensure a good night’s sleep.
Set the Right Temperature
When your body sends signals to your brain to start the sleep cycle, your core temperature drops. Most people agree that 64 to 68 degrees is the best temperature for sleep. You can help this pre-sleep process by cooling your room off before you head to bed. Instead of fiddling with the thermostat to find that perfect temperature, set your smart thermostat to reach the ideal temperature before you head into the bedroom.
Have the Correct Humidity Levels
If the humidity level in your room is too high, generally over 40%, the room will feel muggy, making sleep difficult. Using your air conditioner will help to wring moisture out of the air.
Keep the Indoor Air Quality High
If the air inside of your home is stuffy and stale or filled with dust and pollen, you may have trouble sleeping. An air purifier can trap over 90% of particulates and contaminants that can make you feel uncomfortable. When the air is cleaner, you can breathe easier and get a better night’s sleep.
Have Regular Preventive Maintenance
With regular maintenance of your HVAC system, your air conditioner and heater will run clean and efficient, making it easier to regulate the temperature, humidity levels, and indoor air quality. Investing in a maintenance plan with Kovack Mechanical will help to ensure that your system is running in top condition.
If you would like to have your HVAC system maintained or have us install an air cleaner, give Kovack Mechanical, Inc. a call today. We are happy to speak with you at 770-892-6986.
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