People in River Oaks, Texas, can struggle to sleep, especially when heat and humidity are present. If you find getting a restful night’s sleep is difficult, consider whether your bedroom’s temperature affects your sleep. Discover how smart thermostats, zoning systems, and air quality control devices are among the HVAC technologies that you can use to help you get a good night’s sleep.

Smart Thermostats

Is the temperature inside your bedroom causing you to toss and turn? Try different temperature settings until you find the optimal temperature for sleeping. With a smart thermostat, you can change temperature settings using a mobile app on your smartphone. With this type of thermostat, you can adjust the temperature without leaving your bed.

Zoning Systems

Zoning systems can also help you sleep better at night. Some rooms or areas of the house tend to be warmer. If you have an upstairs room or a room that receives plenty of sunlight for much of the day, you might have a little more difficulty cooling that area. A zoning system will allow you to use your thermostat to divide your home into zones. You can set different temperatures as needed for each zone so that everyone can enjoy a good night’s sleep regardless of varying temperature differences or preferences.

Air Quality Control Technology

Air quality is another factor that can affect your ability to get a good night’s sleep. During the summer, high humidity levels can make rooms feel hot and stuffy. Air quality control technology, such as dehumidifiers, effectively remove excess moisture so that the air feels cooler and you feel more comfortable.

Contaminants such as pollen, dust, and pet dander, cause allergies and cause that miserable congestion and sneezing that can make it hard to get a good night’s sleep. Ventilators and air purifiers will remove pollutants and create fresh, clean, air.

If you haven’t had a good night’s sleep in a long time, you can use these and other HVAC technologies to help you find and support the ideal conditions for the sleep you need. Contact one of our skilled heating and air conditioning technicians at Conditioned Air at (281) 561-6911 to learn more about these technologies.

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