Tips to Get Healthier in 2017 Published on January 06, 2017 Every year, around this time, people make a vow to themselves to be healthy. This usually means buying a gym membership and saying no to chocolate – at least for a few weeks. But while eating healthy matters, sometimes people forget the many other ways they can stay healthy. Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning is here with a couple tips to help you become healthier in the New Year. Get Your Ducts in a Row You can eat all the broccoli you want and run 10 miles a day – but if your home’s air isn’t clean, you aren’t going to be healthy. Begin the year with an air duct cleaning from Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning. Most of the air in your home arrives through your air ducts, and those ducts get dirty over time with bacteria, microbes, and mildew, as well as dirt and dust. Seasonal cleanings can help ensure the air you are breathing is safe and healthy. Ditch the Toxins It’s not quite spring, but it’s never too early to examine how you’re cleaning your home – and what you’re inhaling when you do. Baking soda, vinegar, and essential oils are all wonderful ways to clean your home safely and without the exacerbating toxins that may cause headaches, nausea, and respiratory issues. Install a UV Light It’s cold…and flu season, and with that brings cold and flu germs. Help keep your home germ-free with an Ultraviolet Germicidal Light. These appliances safely provide the highest UV light intensity available, working to help decrease the spread of airborne germs and even help stop further accumulation of germs in your home and inside your heating and air conditioning system. Vacuum Dust can set off allergies and asthma, making vacuuming a vital routine for anyone suffering from respiratory ailments. Getting the ideal vacuum and using it regularly can help cut down on the allergens in your home, helping to keep you healthy. We can’t clean your home but we can clean your air! Call Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning at 905-453-6700 today to set up a duct cleaning or have a UV light installed to help keep your family safe and healthy all winter long.