Reduce Spring Allergies with Whole House Purification
Many products on the market today help reduce air pollutants in your home. But a whole-house purification system is among the most efficient ways to remove dangerous airborne contaminants.
Indoor air pollutants have been ranked among the top 5 environmental risks to public health and continue to create invisible dangers that linger in our air. Allergy sufferers looking for relief will find whole-house purification systems to be best-in-class products.
We at All American Heating and Air Conditioning are serious about clean air, which is why we partner with leading companies in the HVAC sector that offer state-of-the-art technology products to provide whole-house purification.
Advanced systems can efficiently rid your home of 99% of the virtually invisible air dangers lurking in it. A whole-house system is installed directly into your HVAC to help target pollutants (dust, pollen, viruses, VOCs, etc.).
The time is now to upgrade your indoor air quality with one of the fantastic whole-house purification systems from reliable manufacturers. Get in touch with a member of All American Heating and Air Conditioning or visit our website for details on year-round protection for your home and family.
Springtime in the Carolinas!
The outdoor season has finally arrived, and we couldn’t be happier for another change of seasons. But if the springtime is making your eyes itchy or watery, and you’re wheezing, sneezing, or coughing, you might be thinking about hibernating again! If you live in North Carolina, welcome to three full seasons of allergies!
Not surprisingly, there is a North Carolina allergy map, meaning no matter where you live in NC, allergy triggers may find you! For those with seasonal allergies, there are several things you can do to keep your indoor air clean. Protect your home and family before the first hint of airborne spring pollutants comes your way.
- The fact is that over 50 million Americans have allergies. These are significant figures – if you suffer from allergies, you are not the only one looking for relief.
- 24.4 million Americans are plagued with seasonal allergies, according to the CDC.
- Mold, dust mites, and pollen are the three most typical allergens in North Carolina.
- Typically, North Carolina will see three pollen spikes: Trees emit the most pollen and peak in April; grasses peak in May; and weeds peak at the start of September.
Take Some Steps!
You can’t put your home or family in a bubble until allergy season is over, but you can take steps to minimize the exposure. The Mayo Clinic provides some useful advice.
- Reduce exposure to outside triggers by staying indoors on dry, windy days. The best time to go outside is after a good rain, which helps clear pollen from the air.
- Close windows and doors at night if possible or at any other time that pollen counts are high.
- Avoid outdoor activity in the early morning when pollen counts are highest.
- Use high-efficiency air filters and follow regular HVAC maintenance schedules.
- Clean your floors often with a vacuum cleaner that has a HEPA filter.