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How Can My HVAC System Improve My Sleep Quality?

How Can My HVAC System Improve My Sleep Quality?


Good sleep is the foundation of a healthy body and mind. People are surprised to find out that their HVAC system can be a great tool to improve the quality of their sleep. Let's review three ways in which your HVAC system can help you get better sleep.

Creates a Comfortable Environment
Finding comfort in your bedroom is a key factor in a good night's sleep. Humidity plays a major role in making your night comfortable. Humidity levels that are too high or too low can cause physical discomfort. It is important to make sure your system's dehumidifier is working at its optimal state. 

Helps You Avoid Night Sweats
Sweating at night can be very disturbing. It not only feels uncomfortable, but it disrupts your body temperature. Each person has individual sleep habits when it comes to the temperature of the room, the use of blankets, and the type of sleeping attire they use. A programmed thermostat allows you to set your HVAC system to a comfortable temperature.

Improves the Quality of the Air
To avoid congestion and other symptoms related to allergies, it is key that your HVAC system is well maintained. Waking up sneezing and feeling stuffy is a sign that you may be suffering from poor air quality in your home. Make sure you are changing your air filer every 90 days. If you have any issues, A-Plus Quality, HVAC services in the Greater Toronto Area, can check your system and perform any necessary repairs. Purified air can greatly improve your night's rest.

A Well Maintained HVAC System Helps You Sleep Better
Improving the quality of your sleep will improve every aspect of your health as it is the foundation of a strong immune system. Your home's ventilation system is easy to maintain once you know what steps to take on a regular basis. Turning your home into a restful oasis will provide you and your family with the best environment for a great night's sleep.

Our experts at A-Plus Quality, HVAC services in the Greater Toronto Area, can help keep your HVAC system in top shape. Whether it’s a repair or replacement, we’ve got you covered. You'll be amazed at the difference a well-maintained HVAC system can make to the condition your sleep. If you have any questions about maintaining your HVAC system, contact us today to speak with a specialist! 

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FAQ

  • What are mini-split advantages?

    Just as the name implies, a “mini-split” system is a “split system” however available in smaller capacities, for single room to whole house conditioning. Mini-split systems may range from as small as 9,000 BTUh per hour, comparable to say, a small window AC unit, for individual room use, up to 4 and 5 ton capacities for “Room By Room” (also known as “Zoning”) and whole house conditioning. With near universal design, mini-splits are “heat pumps” which provide both heating and cooling for a home. Here are key advantages when compared to traditional split systems:

    Efficiency- Mini-splits are highly engineered systems which offer attractive operating efficiencies, in many instances, eligible for utility company rebates.
    Heat Pump- Most mini-split systems are heat pumps, providing year-round comfort.
    Solar friendly- Due to very low power requirements, mini-splits are an ideal complement to “Net Zero Energy” homes, or any home using renewable power.
    Carbon footprint- Mini-splits are 100% electric, with zero operating emissions of any type.
    Zoning- Most mini-split manufacturers offer systems capable of room-by-room “zoning”, to account for peak demands of a room based upon construction type, exposure orientation and usage.
    Variable capacity- Mini-splits are typically DC inverter driven. That is, a variable speed compressor which modulates in proportion to instantaneous demand. Most conventional split systems, by comparison, operate with an ON-OFF strategy. (Would you use an ON-OFF switch as the accelerator in your vehicle?)
    Location, Location, Location!- Mini-split outdoor units are compact; they can be located far away from noise-sensitive areas, such as bedrooms and home offices. Mini-split indoor units have the ability to be installed where conventional systems cannot.
    They’re perfect for additions and remodels where access to current HVAC system is difficult to access.
    Modern mini-split systems are remarkably quiet; in fact, many times their operation is unnoticed by the end user.

  • What is a heat pump?

    Heat pumps use electricity to move heat from a cool space to a warm space, making the cool space cooler and the warm space warmer. During the heating season, heat pumps move heat from the cool outdoors into your warm house and during the cooling season, heat pumps move heat from your cool house into the warm outdoors. Because they move heat rather than generate heat, heat pumps can provide equivalent space conditioning at as little as one quarter of the cost of operating conventional heating or cooling appliances.

  • Why should I maintain my Furnace or AC?

    An annual maintenance will extend the lifetime of your heating and cooling unit. The technician will diagnose and repair any problem with the unit before it fails, so you won't need to worry about any problems when the weather gets very hot in the summer or extremely cold in the winter.

  • What is a mini-split?

    By definition, and simply put, a “Split System” is a heating and air conditioning system which has two main components, the indoor unit and outdoor unit. In short, the indoor unit absorbs heat energy in the cooling mode, and the outdoor unit rejects the very heat absorbed by the indoor unit. And the cycle is repeated until the set temperature is met. Although the indoor and outdoor units are located in physically different, hence “split” locations, they are connected and operate as, one system; continuously circulating refrigerant liquid and vapor by means of interconnecting, dehydrated copper refrigerant lines, commonly referred to as a “Line Set”.

  • Water is Leaking on my Furnace

    Water falling on to the furnace can harm your heating unit by affecting the control boards and other components enclosed in the furnace. There can be many causes to the water overflow, but the most common cases in the summer is the ice build up inside the evaporator coil due to low refrigerant level. Water build up can also be due to the evaporator coil having a crack on the base, if this is the case contact us by booking an appointment or call us today to have a technician come have a look at your unit and repair this issue before it causes excessive damage.  

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