The transition from winter to spring also brings an increase in seasonal allergies. But it's not just an increase in pollen and other outdoor allergies you should worry about. Your home also plays host to a variety of indoor allergens, including pet dander, mold, and dust.
Like all appliances, your air conditioner has mechanical parts that can become worn down, which can in turn have a significant effect on your unit's efficiency and performance. Fortunately, regular servicing by a HVAC professional can help keep this wear at bay and improve the performance of your unit both now and in the future.