Tired of the runny nose, itchy eyes, and non-stop sneezing? With the arrival of spring in Harrison, Ohio, comes the threat of seasonal allergies. Improving the indoor air quality (IAQ) of your home will reduce airborne pollutants like dust, pollen, and pet dander. From caring for your heating and cooling systems to investing in IAQ products such as air purifiers, you can stop allergy season in its tracks.

Clean and Replace Your Air Filters

Used by your air conditioner and furnace, air filters keep the air circulating in your home clean by trapping particles like dust and dirt. An accumulation of debris blocks the airflow of your units, causing them to use more energy to operate and wear down faster. Blocked filters won’t trap debris and will instead release them in the air. Between monthly filter replacements, clean your filters and the area around your indoor and outdoor units to keep those allergens out.

Schedule Seasonal HVAC Maintenance

When your HVAC systems are in top shape, they’re able to effectively provide clean air. In addition to keeping your space cool, air conditioners balance your home’s humidity, which eliminates allergens like bacteria, mildew, and mold. A system breakdown can be detrimental for your family this allergy system. Scheduling professional HVAC maintenance with service technicians will keep you a step ahead. HVAC professionals are skilled in inspecting your units and catching any issues before they worsen, preventing expensive repairs in the future.

Trap Airborne Pollutants with Indoor Air Quality Products

Air purifiers like the Trane CleanEffects Air Cleaner help to reduce the bacteria and allergens in your home. CleanEffects is an air filtration system that removes 99.98% of airborne pollutants in your home and delivers clean air in your space. HVAC professionals can help you find the best IAQ solutions to help you breathe clean air in a healthy environment.

For more information on choosing indoor air quality services and products for your home to prepare for allergy season, contact Western Hills Heating & Air Conditioning at (812) 227-3001.

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