Spring is in the air – and so are allergens. And also bacteria and dust, and even virus-causing germs. But we aren’t talking about outdoor air; we’re talking about your home’s indoor air.
Since this time of year is peak season for asthma and allergy sufferers, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America has declared May as National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month.
Over 50 million Americans are tormented with allergies and 24 million are plagued by asthma. So this month, we're calling out sneezes so you can call in the Experts, for FREE. Call McKinley Heating Service Experts today to get a NO-CHARGE home air quality and comfort analysis at 780-800-7092 or schedule your appointment online
. Your complimentary air quality and comfort analysis is the first thing you can do to start evaluating your home’s air pollution.
Learn more about how you can help reduce allergy symptoms inside your home at StopTheSneezes.com. Here are some more tips from McKinley Heating Service Experts:
Hospitals use HEPA (High Efficiency Particular Air) filtration systems and, depending on your family’s immune systems, you may want to invest in one of these high-efficiency filters, too. Even if you think your allergies are pretty mild, people are often surprised by the nearly instant change in how they feel after changing to a HEPA air filtration system.
If you still aren’t confident that such a high-performing air filtration system is the right choice for your home, there are a multitude of options to choose from when it comes to bettering your family’s air quality. Below are different air filters and cleaners that you can choose for your home’s health.
Germicidal UV Light Systems
Germicidal UV Light System is just a long, convoluted way to say germ destroyer. These UV lights help eliminate germs and bacteria that can cause allergies and can exacerbate the symptoms of asthma. According to research, 1/5th of people who suffered from allergies was also exposed to fungi and bacteria in their ventilation systems. Purchasing a UV light system helps to get rid of these allergens and keep your indoor air healthy.
Humidify or Dehumidify
Dry air can aggravate your nasal passages and take your mild allergies to a full-blown sinus infection in in just a few days. On the other hand, too much humidity can foster the growth of dust mites and microbes, making your allergy symptoms even worse.
Help improve the quality of your home’s air with McKinley Heating Service Experts. Call today for an in-home air quality analysis and we’ll help you decide which system is best for your family’s health.