Do you feel like your quality of sleep could be better? You may be able to improve it with some HVAC solutions:
– Keep cool: The ideal bedroom temperature for sleep is between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit. During the colder months, adjusting your thermostat to this temperature can help you save money, but in the warmer months a zone-control air conditioning system that you use to adjust the temperature just in your bedroom might be ideal.
– Balance the humidity: When the humidity is too high in a room, it can make the air feel thick and muggy which could impact your ability to breathe. When the air in a room is too dry, you could experience a dry throat and nasal passages, which is also not ideal. A hygrometer will allow you to monitor your room’s humidity, and a standalone humidifier or dehumidifier can assist you in getting it just right.
– Create a breeze: A ceiling fan or standalone fan will not only help to cool you down, but the white noise that it creates can also help you get better sleep.
Keeping cool is a great way to get better sleep! If you find that your air conditioning unit is not quite doing the job, contact Sun Air Conditioning for air conditioning maintenance, repairs, or replacements.