Allergies seem to be a year-round problem for many people. In fact, as many as 50 million Americans have seasonal allergies, which can mean itchy eyes, sneezing, congestion, headaches and a general feeling of being unwell.
In addition to seasonal plant allergies, there are indoor pollutants including synthetic fibers from carpets and furniture, dust mites, pet dander, chemicals from building materials, insecticides, smoke from cooking or wood-burning fireplaces and more.
A central HVAC system’s air conditioning unit can actually make allergens worse by creating condensation that leads to mold – but it doesn’t have to. When you take a few simple actions, you can reduce the allergens and other pollutants in your home and reduce your symptoms.
Here are some things to keep in mind:
Your twice-yearly maintenance appointments can help keep your indoor air clean and allergy-free. Our professional technicians can perform a complete inspection and resolve small problems before they become big ones. During the process, we make sure everything is as clean as possible – helping you ensure that your system is doing its part to eliminate allergens rather than creating new problems. Contact us to learn more.
We offer expert AC installation and repair services in addition to maintenance services, which can improve the health and efficiency of your HVAC system. Call us today to schedule your appointment.