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Allergy Season is Here

Allergy Season is Here

Allergy Season is Here

It’s no secret, allergy season is here. When most people hear allergies they think hay fever and pollen, but don’t realize that indoor air pollution levels can actually be much higher than those outdoors. Your home can be a huge source of allergy symptoms and asthma triggers.

Common indoor allergens include:

  • Mold
  • Pet dander, saliva, and urine
  • Dust mites
  • Smoke
  • Cockroach droppings
  • Pollen

When any of these allergens become airborne your family will be breathing them in. Regular filter changes and HVAC maintenance can greatly improve the air quality in your home, and cut down on these type of irritants. Airone recommends changing your Air filters monthly to keep your home free from indoor allergens – this has the added benefit of saving you money on your monthly utility bill. If you do see any evidence of mold around your vents (Such as mold particle accumulation or a musky order) It may be time for routine system maintenance.

If you are concerned that your home may be triggering your allergy or asthma symptoms, Airone may be able to help. Contact us today for more information or to schedule a preventative HVAC system maintenance check

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