We’re already in the middle of what allergy sufferers consider to be the worst time of year – pollen season. No matter what season your allergies bother you the most, everyone wants to alleviate the irritation that allergies bring with them every year. That’s where air purification comes in to play. We’ve already discussed the benefits that air filtration can provide, so why not read up on one more tool that can help you breath easier.
No home is free from indoor air quality issues, and your home certainly isn’t free from allowing the outdoor air enter into your home when pollen, dust and ragweed fill the spring, summer and fall air. The goal is to make you more comfortable by diminishing or completely eliminating those irritants from reducing your indoor air quality. And that’s something that all allergy sufferers have in common.
There are several things that you can do to limit tracking allergens inside your home too.
- Take off your shoes before you enter the home after working outside
- After completing20, go inside and take a quick shower to rinse off any allergens that may be on your clothes or body
- If you have any pets that go outside, make sure you are brushing and bathing them frequently so that they don’t transport in allergens
Among homeowners, there can be some puzzlement as to the difference between air filtration and air purification. Essentially, air filters are a part of air purification systems like the PureAir™ system, but do not clear the air of as many particles as an air purifier accomplishes. This is mostly due to the fact that the PureAir™ system is made up of a three-part system which includes a traditional air filter, UVA light and a metal insert that is coated with a light-activated catalyst.
In the end, what really matters is undertaking those pesky allergies and making your indoor living environment an oasis of relief when the outdoor air can make it difficult to bear. Having a comfortable home that you relax in is important and something that we all aim for when purchasing a home. Because really, who wants to come home after a long day and feel miserable?
That’s also where the experts at Phelps Heating & Cooling in Hodgenville can help. They have the industry knowledge and expertise to talk through the problems you’re having with you and determine the best next steps to help achieve.
Why not tacklet your home’s indoor air quality before it starts irritating your allergies? It’s possible to make a big difference in the air you’re breathing, so give Phelps Heating & Cooling a call at 270-358-3167 and we can determine how best you can utilize an air purification system.