Getting a good night’s sleep makes you feel rested and more productive during the day. A room that’s the wrong temperature or a furnace that makes loud noises can disrupt your sleep and cause you to wake up not feeling your best. If you’re not getting enough sleep, it might be time to see if your HVAC system in Micco, FL, is to blame.

Temperature and Sleep

Everyone has different preferences when it comes to what they consider the perfect sleeping temperature. But many consider lower temperatures to be the most conducive to sleep. If your HVAC system doesn’t maintain the temperature you set, you might wake up during the night because you’re too hot or too cold. Replacing your manual thermostat with a smart thermostat allows the system to automatically adjust the temperature at night to make your bedroom comfortable.

Indoor Air Quality

Poor indoor air quality can also disturb your slumber. This is especially true for allergy sufferers. Our team can clean your air ducts and install indoor air quality devices that can help you breathe easier. Keeping your filters fresh will also help improve your air quality and cut down on dust, pet dander and pollen in your home.

Noisy HVAC Equipment

Another factor that can affect your sleep quality is if your HVAC system is making noises. If you hear squealing, rattling or humming noises, getting the issue repaired might be the key to getting a good night’s rest.

If you think that your HVAC system might be causing you to lose precious sleep, it may be time to contact us at Barker Air Conditioning and Heating for an inspection and to make any heating repairs that might be necessary. Sleep should be a priority so that you can be more productive during your day.

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