Sleep plays a significant role in your overall health and well-being. You need sufficient rest to perform daily tasks and keep your body healthy. If you’ve been struggling to fall into a deep slumber at night, tweaking your window air conditioner or heater’s settings could do the trick.
Here are ways your HVAC system can improve your sleep.
Eliminate Excess Humidity to Improve Comfort
It could be difficult to sleep in a room that is excessively humid. Fortunately, your HVAC system could help eliminate excess moisture and heat in your home. Running a dehumidifier can also remove humid air from your bedroom, improving its comfort.
Achieve Ideal Temperature for Quality Sleep
Your body reduces in temperature as you sleep. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the ideal temperature for a good night’s sleep is between 60 and 67 degrees. Instead of turning up your thermostat when it’s a bit chilly, cover yourself with a blanket.
Sometimes, bedrooms on the upper levels of the house are more difficult to cool. If this is the case for you, consider investing in a mini-split system to create zones within your living space. An experienced air conditioning service provider can determine the right size and type of system for your humble abode.
Create a More Peaceful Environment
A noisy HVAC system could be distracting and make it difficult for you to sleep. Contact a professional immediately if you hear banging, thumping, or grinding noises from your unit. A skilled technician can diagnose and fix the issue. However, if your equipment is old and making weird noises, it could be a sign it’s time for a replacement.
Maintaining your HVAC system is vital to your family’s year-round comfort. J & M Air Conditioning & Heating offers superior residential heating and cooling services. Whether you need a new AC or heat pump inspection, we’re happy to help. Call us at (951) 654-3464 (San Jacinto) or (760) 296-7075 (Palm Desert). You may also fill out our contact form to schedule an appointment. We work with clients in Hemet, CA, and nearby communities.