Spring bestows upon us blossoming flowers, blooming trees, wonderful views, and of course… pollen. Pollination proves crucial for nature, but some people can’t tolerate the yellow stuff. Allergy sufferers experience symptoms including itchy eyes, sneezing, stuffy or runny nose.
For those that suffer from spring allergies, heading indoors provides some relief. But what if you continue to suffer from symptoms after taking a medicinal cocktail of antihistamines, nasal sprays, and inhalers?
One potential answer: allergens in your HVAC system negatively impacting indoor air quality. Besides pollen, HVAC systems circulate air, irritants travel throughout the home if not removed through cleaning.
Don’t wallow in your allergen induced misery. Check out this handy list and take action in fighting back against allergies!
Other helpful tips to lower the effects of allergens:
Consider these steps to keep fresh air circulating through your HVAC system. Whether or not you have allergies, you can breathe easier in spring when you follow these simple steps to keep airborne irritants to a minimum at home or in the office.
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