A Little Air Filtration Goes A Long Way For Reducing Allergies
Each year, approximately 1 in 5 Americans struggle with seasonal or allergic rhinitis, also known as hay fever. While outdoor allergens like pollen and bark mulch are a common cause of allergy symptoms, dust, pet dander and dust mites inside your home can also trigger those symptoms. Dealing with indoor allergens may be as simple as improving your home's air quality through better filtration. What's in Your HVAC System? Your heating and air conditioning system holds the key to reducing allergens in your home.