Cool temperatures can weaken your immune system and increase allergy symptoms. Your HVAC system is one thing that plays a significant role in fighting the fall allergens that cause these symptoms.
Find out how HVAC systems can help control seasonal allergies from a residential and commercial air conditioning expert.
Common Fall Allergens
Ragweed is the most common cause of fall allergies, irritating the lungs and eyes and causing allergy sufferers a lot of discomforts.
Another air pollutant you need to be aware of is mold, which increases as temperatures go down. Falling leaves can retain moisture and limit airflow, causing mold to grow around your home, so be on the lookout for mold growth if trees surround your house.
An efficient HVAC system is essential if you suffer from allergies. Air conditioners, heat pumps, gas furnaces, and air handlers can significantly improve your home’s indoor air quality.
The Importance of HVAC Maintenance
You can reduce allergens in your home by improving its indoor air quality. Air purifiers are ideal for people who suffer from severe allergies and asthma. HVAC maintenance can also boost your home’s indoor air quality and improve the system’s efficiency.
Hire professionals to check the system regularly and determine if an air conditioner repair is needed. Make sure that the ducts are clean and free of dust and mold. Replace air filters regularly to make sure they can filter out harmful particles.
Talk to your HVAC contractor about integrating air purifiers into your existing HVAC system to make it more effective at minimizing allergens in your home. Keeping your home clean can also help relieve allergy symptoms.
At Cool Zone Air Conditioning & Heating, we install commercial air conditioning and refrigeration systems. We offer comprehensive HVAC maintenance plans to ensure your equipment runs safely and efficiently and lasts longer. Call us at (623) 777-3881 or complete our online form to request an appointment.