Your heating and cooling system is an imperative part of your home. While it is responsible for keeping your family comfortable during the various seasons, this system is also important for maintaining a healthy environment. Considering that allergies affect an estimated 50 million Americans, you or another member of your household may suffer from the discomfort of allergies.
Itchy and watery eyes, sneezing, coughing, difficulty breathing, and even irritated skin are all common symptoms of allergies related to dust, dander, mold, and mildew. While managing these symptoms is possible with medications, improving your air quality is a smarter and healthier alternative. This guide and your HVAC contractor can help you improve your home’s indoor air quality.