How to Conquer Allergy Season

Pollen floating through the air

The month we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived - spring is nearly here! But with the warmer weather and brighter sky also comes an influx of allergens circulating throughout the air. Whether your allergy symptoms include sneezing, coughing, dry eyes, or watery eyes, there’s no denying just how irritating allergy season can be.

Luckily for you, there are some steps you can take within your home to make it a refuge from the circulating pollen!

Replace Your Air Filters

Replacing your air filters is always an important part of maintaining your indoor air quality, but if you have anyone at home with sensitive allergies, it’s even more crucial. The rule of thumb is that you should replace your air filters at least every 90 days, but if anyone in your home is young, prone to respiratory infections, smokes or owns a pet then you should replace your filters every 30 days.

Schedule Duct Cleaning

Don’t forget about your air ducts! Their purpose is to transport temperature-controlled air from the HVAC unit to the rooms within your home. If these ducts are dirty, they’ll also be transferring dirt, dust, pollen, dander, mold, and bacteria as they transfer air through your home.

Schedule duct cleaning at least once a year to make sure the air your breathing at home is free of pollution.

Install a REME HALO system

If you’re ready to step your air quality game up a notch, then the installation of the REME HALO is perfect for you. The HALO air purifier combines seven different types of air purification technology, providing excellent air quality. It is mounted in your air ducts so that you know your air is clean straight from the source.

Keep you and your family healthy this year with the help of some of our air quality tips and tricks. Call us today at (205) 509-2139 or visit our website for more information about our services.

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