How Can I Improve Indoor Air Quality and Help Lessen the Severity of My Family's Allergies?
Dec 10 2015
POSTED BY Rich Mitchell
Indoor air quality can be 7-times worse than the outdoors.
Poor indoor air quality greatly contributes to allergies, the development of breathing problems and an overall feeling of un-wellness. Unfortunately, many people don’t realize why they’re suffering, and instead of taking measures to clean their indoor air, they rely on medication to solve their problems.
Free your family from discomfort and sickness with help from Carolina Comfort, Inc.:
- Invest in higher quality furnace filters. A professional technician knows about the latest products on the market, as well as more affordable high-MERV filters than you can find in the store. Have the experts recommend the best filter changing schedule for you as well, so you’re never overtaxing your furnace or air conditioner.
- Ventilate select areas of your home. The kitchen, bathroom, attic, and basement are just a few areas you may want to use special equipment. Circulating fresh air throughout your home is integral to keeping pollutants down, especially in those areas where there is more moisture or more chemicals to be found.
- Consider your air filtering options. Carolina Comfort, Inc., has access to state-of-the-art air purification devices. These can be stand-alone units or components attached to HVAC systems. They typically use a combination of a high quality filter and UV lighting to capture and destroy harmful particles.
Once you begin to clean up the air in your home, your family should suffer fewer allergy symptoms, like itching, red eyes, a persistent cough, and dry, sensitive skin.
Free yourself from the misery of allergies and some respiratory issues by improving your indoor air quality today. Click this link or call our team of experts at Carolina Comfort, Inc., at (803) 760-7159 to take the first important steps for cleaning up your indoor air quality.