HVAC systems significantly reduce allergy and asthma symptoms by reducing allergens to improve indoor air quality. Many homeowners invest in additional HVAC accessories that can boost their home’s air quality even more.
Thus, if you are looking for reasons to optimize your HVAC units to alleviate allergies, you will find more than one in our blog:
Prevent Indoor Allergens
Generally, common indoor allergens come from many sources found inside the home, including mold, dust mites, pet dander, and pollen. That’s why your HVAC system’s air filters are designed in a way that can trap the majority of these allergens when they become airborne.
Sealing Allergens Out
Keep your home sealed to prevent allergens from sneaking in from anywhere. Seal all the gaps and holes with spray foam, caulk, and weather stripping. Keep the pollen out by leaving windows and doors closed at night, especially when pollen season is high. Leave shoes outside and wash your body and clothes following outdoor activities to avoid indirect entry of allergens into your home.
Add Air Cleaner
Add an air cleaner; we offer Honeywell electronic air cleaners and Reme-Halo UV lights, which can be added to your HVAC system. These air cleaners help keep your home free of dust, germs, and allergens.
Keep Your HVAC System Maintained
One of the most cost-effective ways to optimize your HVAC units is to schedule an annual maintenance service with a professional. If you can’t afford any add-on or system upgrades, regular HVAC maintenance is the easy way to go.
It includes having your air filters changed and other additional things to improve airflow and keep the system running efficiently.
In A Nutshell
Your HVAC system can be really helpful to reduce indoor allergies and ensure a safe and healthy home environment for everyone.
If you are tired of sneezing throughout the day, call Bob’s Climate Control for the best HVAC maintenance services.