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How Purified Air Can Cut Down On Allergies


Allergy season is in full swing and people everywhere are trying to cope with the side effects. Rather than suffering through it for the next few weeks, and possibly months, why not do something about it? When installing or repairing an HVAC system place an extra emphasis on the ventilation and air purifier.

Fresh Air
How often do you keep windows and doors open in your home? During allergy season, it’s hard because of high pollen counts and other allergens having the opportunity to enter your home. Windows stay closed during summer too because of how hot it can get. Adding a purifier to your HVAC system can allow you to breathe in fresh air without having to open up the windows as often.

Recycled Dust
When windows stay closed, how does dust and other debris leave your home? Without having your air ducts cleaned every year, dust will continue to circulate throughout your home and in the HVAC system itself. Allergens that are already present within the house will remain there until they are manually cleaned out. By adding an air purifier to your system you can cut down on the amount of impurities in your home’s air.

Life Without a Purifier
An HVAC system without proper purification and ventilation isn’t a complete system. It is often the most forgotten piece that often goes under the radar and should have more attention paid to it. Those without a proper purifier will experience more household dust, increased symptoms from allergies, and a greater likelihood of aggravating asthma or other respiratory illnesses.

Fresh air is always needed in your home, but this can be a difficult feat to accomplish when it’s allergy season. When you’ve had enough of the coughing, sneezing, and watery eyes, contact Tri-City Appliance, Heating & Cooling. To learn more about air purification and ventilation, give us a call at (203) 303-5700.