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We all know how important sleep is, but we probably don’t know all the facts. If we sleep well, we wake feeling refreshed and ready to take on the world. However, if we sleep badly, then we can often wake feeling sluggish, tired and wanting to go straight back to sleep. Occasionally, this isn’t a real problem, but regularly feeling below par when you wake up means something isn’t right, and it could well be that the problem is your home.
The National Sleep Foundation has established that the optimum temperature of your room to promote a good night’s sleep is between 60 and 68 degrees. With a good heating system in your home, this shouldn’t be a problem in the winter, but what about summertime when the evening and night-time temperature soars?
Tossing and turning your way through the night may not just make you irritable and overly tired, it can be harmful to your health and well-being. Installing an efficient air conditioning system in your home isn’t just for personal comfort, it is for your overall quality of life and continued good health.
For the younger members of your family, sleep is vital for growth and development, while for young and old alike, sleep is essential to help with healing, either from an injury or operation. For our mental health and wellbeing, a good night’s sleep goes a long way to keeping everything in life on track, so it makes sense to invest in a reliable and efficient air conditioning system.
Give us a call here at Petrocelli Services and we’ll be more than happy to come out and provide you with a free survey and estimate for a new air conditioning system, one which will help you sleep better, and feel better too!