Clean with only green. Sometimes the chemicals present in household cleaning products can cause an allergic reaction or asthma attack. Instead, stock your cleaning cabinet with organic alternatives and handmade cleaning products.
Dust often, and correctly. When it comes to indoor allergens, the most common triggers across the board are dust mites. Dust can form anywhere in your home — quickly. To reduce dust in your home, declutter as much as possible, vacuum and dust often with a damp cloth.
Invest in HEPA filters. Your home’s heating and cooling system requires frequent filter changes to keep dust and allergen particles out of the air. While a standard filter may require changing monthly, a HEPA filter is much more durable and long-lasting. They even make HEPA filters for your vacuum to trap small particles safely.
Keep humidity under control. Pet dander and dust are more likely to thrive and mill about in dry air conditions, while mold and mildew are a product of moisture. Using your central heating and cooling system, you can regulate your home’s humidity levels to keep allergens at bay.
Does your home’s heating and cooling system require maintenance? If so, allow Tyler Heating & Air Conditioning to take it from here! Our friendly technicians will come evaluate your home and determine what your unit requires to keep your home sneeze free this spring.
For more information, call 203-378-4700 or visit our website to schedule your estimate.