Air Conditioning Installation | Terminate Dust Mites and Avoid Allergies This Fall

 

Air Conditioning Installation | Allergies are aggravating and can be extremely harmful to the respiratory system. The problem for many people is that it’s not always easy to determine what triggers their allergies. Air conditioning installation experts say that many triggers are located inside the home. One of the most common indoor allergens is the dust mite.

If you suffer from a frequent runny nose, watery or itchy eyes, or respiratory problems such as asthma and bronchial spasms, you may be living with dust mites inside your home. Remaining inside where levels of mold or pollen or high could exaggerate the issues.

Many indoor allergens are found in:

  • Plants that are kept inside
  • Linen that must be hand-washed or in cool temperatures
  • Mattresses that don’t have allergy shields
  • Pets
  • Stuffed animals
  • Plush furniture

Air conditioning installation professionals say that allergies and other respiratory issues can be improved if the quality of indoor air is improved. Here are a few suggestions for improving the quality of air inside your home.

  • Utilize air cleaners to purify the air inside the home
  • The inside of the home should be well ventilated
  • Control encounters with any areas that may contain airborne allergens

 

Dust mites can be removed from the home. It may require the specialized skills of an air conditioning installation professional. The installation of a whole-home air filter helps to eliminate pollen and other particles from the air inside the home. The cold air from an AC unit helps decrease the effect of dust mites. Once the heat is turned on, the area becomes a breeding ground for dust mites. Therefore, it is important to have the furnace regularly serviced by a professional air conditioning installation company.

 

Contact Glacier Heating and Air to learn more about ridding your home of allergens and dust mites. Our service techs are available to assist you.