Springtime is that icky time of the year when everyone starts with the sneezing, itchy eyes, congestion and severe allergies. But did you know that the air inside can be just as, if not more, polluted than the air outside. That’s right, all that pollen and mold causing those allergies is in your home too. Good indoor air quality can help reduce and eliminate these types of allergens that are wreaking havoc on your sinuses.
There are other benefits too! Good air quality allows you to breathe easier. Have you ever been in thick smog or out in horrible humidity, it feels like you are trying to breathe through a straw while under water. It may not feel like that inside your home, but your body can feel it. The fresher your air, the better you breathe, the better for your health. In turn, when you can breathe better and deeper, you sleep better. For example, do you sleep better with the covers on your face or off?
Have you ever walked into a house that has a smell to it? It may be an animal, someone just made tuna fish or an old moldy smell; these are all part of the indoor air. Good air filtration can “clean” these kinds of smells, and anything else, out of your home. And the best part is, keeping the air clean in your home helps to improve air flow throughout your house, reducing the work your air conditioner has to do, and saving you money on your energy costs.
So how do you clean the air in your home? We have several options, but our most popular one is our Trane CleanEffects™ whole house filtration system. This can be incorporated into your air conditioning system and cleans particles in the air as small as .1 microns in size. For those of you that don’t know your micron sizes, that’s 700 times smaller than a human hair. Allergens be gone!