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We tend to think of spring as the time that allergies attack but they can strike any time of year, depending on what you happen to be allergic to. For those who suffer from seasonal allergies, there are many different measures you can take to improve your Midland, GA, home’s indoor air quality and reduce allergens. You can do plenty of these things on your own to improve your home’s air quality, but some of these measures are best left to professionals.

Keeping Your Home Clean

When trying to reduce allergens in your home, you can start by taking steps to limit the amount of contaminants that you track into the house. Always wipe your shoes thoroughly before entering and brush off any dust, dirt, and dander that may be on your clothes. Cleaning regularly is one most effective ways of easing allergy symptoms.

People who smoke should always do so outside. Keep any pets that you may have well groomed to minimize dander around the house. Make sure doors and windows stay shut to prevent pollen, dust, and other contaminants from entering freely.

Assistance from Trusted Professionals

Ensuring that your home has sufficient ventilation will allow fresh air to come in from outside, but it will also allow the dirtier indoor air to escape. This is very important because, without that kind of healthy airflow, contaminants will accumulate and grow to unhealthy levels. A professionally installed energy recovery ventilator will create a healthy airflow without sacrificing your HVAC system’s efficiency.

Installing an air purifier will help to filter some allergens and other larger particles out of your home’s air, but these are most effective in buildings with proper ventilation. If you’re looking for ways to improve your home’s indoor air quality, the experts at Climate Control Heating & Air Conditioning are here to help. Give us a call today at (706) 405-4796 for more information, or visit us online.

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