Spring and summer aren't the only times of the year when allergies strike. Wintertime allergies can also pose a problem for vulnerable adults, children and the elderly, especially with so much time being spent indoors where allergens can thrive. With the help of your heating system, however, you can take steps to make your home safer for indoor allergy sufferers.
Common Indoor Allergies
Not all allergens come from the great outdoors. Your very own home offers a surprising array of microscopic entities that can trigger your allergy symptoms. These triggers often include:
The above allergens can trigger a broad range of symptoms in vulnerable people, including watery eyes, inflammation, labored breathing and eye and skin irritation.
Allergen Reduction Tips
Just because it's winter doesn't mean you have to put up with indoor allergies. Here are a few tips you can use to stay allergy free while staying warm with the help of your furnace:
For more ideas on controlling allergens in your home this winter, don't hesitate to contact the best heating and air conditioning service in your area..Share
8 December 2018
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