Fall Air Quality Overhaul

With the recent weather changes and the changing colors of the trees, we have officially entered the fall allergy season. If you suffer with allergies during this season, the last thing you want to do is be cooped up inside with a bunch of irritants, but what choice do we have? We stay inside our homes because of the falling temperatures and rainy fall weather, but being locked up inside our homes should cause us to place even more importance on filtering our indoor air.

Improving Allergies

By adding a media or electronic air filter to your home HVAC system you are able to filter out contaminates like dust, pollens and mold spores along with other allergens that cause us discomfort. This therefore improves the overall air quality in the home. Additionally this filtering of the air helps to keep your heating equipment clean and functioning at peak performance. This increased level of performance reduces energy costs and could contribute to saving you money on your energy bills.

Don’t Get Dried Out!

Even if you don’t get fall allergies, you could be suffering from dry skin, sinusitis, sinus headaches, or other health problems caused by dry air. Using the furnace burns off any moisture that may be in that air of your home. So, put the moisture back into the air by installing a humidifier. The benefits of a humidifier will improve the quality of your home’s air, add moisture to dry, itchy skin and rid you of respiratory problems. Adding a humidifier and a media or electronic air filter to your home will keep you and your family comfortable this winter season.

 

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