Many people suffer from asthma and allergies.
Symptoms of asthma and allergies include wheezing, coughing, itchy eyes and runny nose. Symptoms of both asthma and allergies are triggered by dust and impurities in the air. Although outside air can often worsen asthma and allergies, it is also common for indoor air quality to affect these symptoms. It is near impossible to have a dust free home, however there are steps you can take to prevent large amounts of dust from circulating in the air. It is wise for people who have asthma and allergies to seek out air purification help from an expert. Contact an HVAC company if you are interested in air purification for your home. The HVAC expert may recommend starting with an indoor air cleaning system like an air purifier. Some air purifiers get plugged into the wall, draw air in and push air out with filters and UV light that kills bacteria. If an air purifier doesn’t help with asthma and allergy symptoms, an HVAC expert may suggest installing whole home air purification system into your existing HVAC system. This works by delivering clean air through your supply ductwork. This will improve your indoor air quality and help provide clean air in your home. You should also make an effort to change your air conditioning filters every few months to remove dust and mold that forms. Also, it is beneficial to clean dust off of vents which will prevent dust from being pushed into the air. Contact HVAC experts and keep your home clean to help reduce symptoms of allergies and asthma.