How to Take Back Your Home and Tell Allergens to Take a Hike

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How to Take Back Your Home and Tell Allergens to Take a Hike

Man with Allergies on Couch  PicYour home should be safe, comfortable, and just the way you want it. That’s why, at Home Comfort Experts, we provide ways to do more than control the temperature in your home. We help you and your family breathe easier.

How to Make Your Home Allergen Free

Springtime is great, unless you’re an allergy sufferer. Allergy sufferers get to deal with sneezing, runny noses, itchy eyes, congestion, and more.

You may not be able to control the air at work, school, or outdoors, but you darn sure can do something about the air in your own home. Home Comfort Experts has several ways to keep the air in your home allergen free.

Three Options for Breathing Easier at Home

Duct Cleaning – First, you’ll want to clean your ducts to remove any existing dust, dander, pet hair, etc. After all, every time your air conditioner turns on, it blows all of these things throughout your home. Start with a clean slate. Our HEPA-AIRE duct cleaning method ensures that your ducts are being cleaned with the most advanced equipment available. This filtration system is so efficient that it captures contaminants 1/300th the diameter of a human hair and returns filtered, hospital-grade air to your home.

Related Read: 3 Things in Your Ducts That You’ll Want Removed Immediately

Ultraviolet Air Disinfection System – Next, you’ll want to install a UV light that kills bacteria, viruses, mold, fungi, and other living microorganisms in your ductwork.

HEPA Air Filtration – Finally, you can keep your home allergen free with a HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air cleaner) air filtration system. These air cleaners deliver hospital-grade air, which means the highest air filtration possible. It removes contaminants down to 0.3 microns.

Related Read: AC Troubleshooting

Get Eight Hours of Allergy Relief Every Night

It is important to make sure your home is free from allergens. You may not spend your days at home, but you will sleep there every night. With an air filter, each night you will get about eight hours of allergy-free air. That’s one third of your day! This will affect your sleep and how you feel the following day.

You may not always be able to breathe allergen-free air, but with the proper systems in place, your home can be your safe zone. Call Home Comfort Experts for help breathing easier whenever you’re at home.

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