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Young woman sleepingOne of the changes that happen in your body as you get ready is to sleep is that your body temperature falls. This helps you relax enough to drift off. By setting your HVAC at a healthy sleeping temperature, you can hasten the process of cooling down so you fall asleep faster, and avoid waking up because your room is too hot. The National Sleep Foundation recommends that you keep your bedroom between 60 and 67 degrees F for the best sleep.

Consider a Multi-Zone System

A multi-zone system makes it easy to maintain a good sleeping temperature while conserving energy and keeping the rest of your home comfortable. With this kind of system, you can set the sleeping temperature you want for your bedroom, while maintaining a different temperature in the rest of your home. You will save money on only cooling your sleeping area, and the rest of your home won’t feel too cold when you get out of bed.

Focus on Indoor Air Quality

Poor indoor air quality is a bigger problem than many homeowners realize, and it can make it harder to breathe while you sleep. Ask your HVAC tech what you can do to improve your indoor air quality so you can breathe a little easier as you rest.

Is your HVAC keeping you up at night? Contact Triple T Heating and Cooling to find out about HVAC repair and installation services. In addition to residential HVAC services, we also help homeowners achieve better indoor air quality in Spanish Fork and St. George. Find out more by calling us at 801-798-7711.

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