Spring has sprung and so have allergens…
Did you know? Air pollution inside your home is often worse than the air outside of it?
With allergy season is upon us, it’s important to make sure your air filtration system is working properly. If you’re an allergy sufferer, one thing you can do to ease the sneezes is changing your air filters. Just like your body, goodness starts from within. If you’re not breathing good air inside your home, it can make allergies even worse. It’s important to change your air filters frequently, especially during allergy season. Changing your filter helps reduce dust mites, pet hair, pollutants, smoke, and spores inside your home.
Below are a few steps you can take to make sure your intake of air is always great!
- Check air filters monthly
- Make a schedule or add an alert to your phone to remind yourself to change air-filters monthly
- Look into see how old your air filtration system is
- Dispose of dirty air filters