When you want to ensure that your family is happy and healthy in every season, keeping your indoor air quality as high as possible is essential. Keeping an eye on potential contaminants in your air supply can be time-consuming, but the smart thermostat in your Jefferson, Louisiana, home can help. From monitoring humidity levels to receiving maintenance reminders, find out how your smart thermostat can optimize indoor air quality.

Monitor Humidity Levels

At Bryans United Air Conditioning, we know that high humidity is a year-round issue for homeowners in Louisiana. In addition to causing your family discomfort, humidity can also encourage dust mites and other pesky indoor air quality problems to thrive.

Fortunately, a smart thermostat like the Gold XV Control can monitor excess moisture and help you identify minor issues before they become major problems. This smart device’s indoor relative humidity display enables you to adjust and keep tabs on moisture levels so you can keep related issues at bay.

Improve Ventilation

If you’re constantly dealing with stale air or poor ventilation throughout your home, an energy-recovery ventilator could help your HVAC system improve indoor air quality substantially. Many advanced smart thermostats make monitoring ventilation a breeze, and our team of technicians can recommend the ideal device to pair with your energy-recovery ventilator.

Receive Maintenance Reminders

Two of the simplest things you can do to maintain high indoor air quality include replacing your HVAC filter at least every 90 days and scheduling annual HVAC maintenance with our technicians. When life gets busy, however, it’s easy to forget to add these items to your to-do list.

A smart device like the Platinum XV Control ensures that you won’t forget essential HVAC maintenance. This advanced device offers air filter and HVAC maintenance reminders to help you optimize indoor air quality and keep your family happy and healthy.

Looking for even more tips for optimizing your indoor air quality? Call the HVAC experts at Bryans United Air Conditioning at 504-208-2071.

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