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Apr 02, 2020
posted by: McCall's Supply, Inc.
Tips for Improving Your Indoor Air Quality this Allergy Season
As consumers, we always want the best value in product upgrade benefits, including when it comes to your HVAC system. During this allergy season, take a look at the products that can help you improve your indoor air quality.
Better HVAC Filters
One of the best ways to keep allergens out of the air in your home is to catch them before they can circulate. Your HVAC air filter does just that. It traps airborne pollutants, including allergens like pollen, dust, and dander, before they get pulled into the cooling system and blown back out into your home. Upgrading to high-quality HEPA filters can reduce the allergens in your air.
Add an Air Filtration System
An air filtration system can work right alongside your air conditioner. It works by trapping even tiny airborne particles before they can become allergy triggers. Some of these allergens include mold spores, dust mites, smoke, and household cleaning chemicals that can make your allergy symptoms flare up and can aggravate your breathing if you’re highly susceptible. An air filtration system can help rid your home of those and help you breathe easier.
Air Duct Cleaning
Call on a reliable HVAC technician to clean your air ducts this spring. Getting the dirt, dust, mold, pollen, pet hair, dander, and other irritants out of your ducts is critical to reducing your allergies this spring and summer.
You don’t have to suffer through the spring and summer allergy season. Find relief when you come indoors by improving your indoor air quality with a few simple additions to your HVAC system. Find out more about the product upgrade benefits available by contacting your local McCall’s Supply, Inc. dealer today.