It’s Wildfire Season here in the Pacific Northwest. Every year we get plumes of smoke from fires as far as way as California and Canada. Our current weather is carrying smoke down from fires in British Columbia and Spoke.

Besides the annoying smell, wildfire smoke contains fine particles that can aggravate your eyes and lungs. Keep these irritants out of your home with this one simple tip.

Close your HVAC system’s fresh air intake and set it to recirculate. This will keep smoke from entering your air cooling system. You can also run your bathroom fans – the air pressure differential will help keep your clean air in and the pollutants out.

Struggling with your heating and cooling system? Call Precision Air at (360) 322-1499 and we can send out a technician to help.

How ot mitigate the impact of wildfire smoke on your indoor air quality