It’s Baby Safety Month — HVAC Tips to Keep Baby Safe
September is Baby Safety Month and the perfect opportunity to have your HVAC or furnace unit inspected and serviced, especially with Fall just around the corner. There are several options for cooling and heating your home: central heat and air, heat pumps, and ductless units. Keeping these units well-maintained can help everyone in the family breathe cleaner air.
Keeping Little Ones Safe
Keeping the baby safe and healthy is the top priority for parents, grandparents, and caregivers! Now is an ideal time to put some simple steps into action and have your HVAC unit inspected and serviced. Here are some tips to help ensure your baby will be safe and healthy.
One of the most common questions new parents ask is whether using air conditioning is safe for their baby. YES. Since humid temperatures are not suitable for newborns, a properly ventilated room can help prevent the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
Best House Temperature For Babies
A precious new baby is delightful, and you want to keep them safe. You want to get everything just right, including the ideal room temperature. Babies tend to get fussy if it’s too chilly. But an overheated room is more dangerous. To ensure your infant is both safe and comfortable, follow these tips from the experts at One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning.
Ideal Temperature For Your Baby’s Room
The ideal recommended temperature for a nursery is 68-72 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep in mind that your baby will likely be as comfortable as you are—if it’s too cool for you, it’s more than likely too cool for your baby.
Here are some other recommendations to keep your baby comfortable and safe:
Improve the Air Quality in Your Home
Nothing is more important than a well-maintained HVAC unit when it comes to regulating the temperature in your home. Turn to the experts at One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning for all your maintenance, repairs, and equipment replacement.
As always, One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning is here to help you with all of your HVAC needs. If you have any questions, call (757) 868-7600 or fill out the online form.