Allergy sufferers can feel the effects of irritants in the air any time, day or night. If allergy symptoms are keeping you from getting a good night’s sleep, it’s important to take steps to clean the air in your home. Try these strategies for getting healthier, more comfortable air in your Sunrise, Florida, home.
Allergen-Proof Your Bed
Your mattress and pillows create a welcoming environment for dust mites, which are a major allergen. Once they’ve settled in, there’s no good way to get them out, so it’s best to protect your bedding with allergen-proof covers. These zippered covers completely seal off your pillows and mattress to keep dust mites out and provide you with a more comfortable night’s rest.
Maintain Your HVAC System
If you or someone in your family suffers from allergies, it’s particularly important to make sure your home has clean, breathable air. This begins with regular HVAC maintenance. You should have your system professionally tuned-up once a year. HI-VAC Air Conditioning Service offers a Peak Performance Maintenance Agreement. This agreement includes seasonal tune-ups, as well as other perks like reduced repair costs and priority service for emergency repairs. With regular maintenance, you’ll enjoy a clean, efficient system that can successfully filter dust, dander, and other allergens from the air.
Install an Air Cleaner
An air cleaner will take your system filtration to a new level. A Trane CleanEffects Air Cleaner can remove up to 99.8 percent of particles from the air. It can stop mildew, fungus, pet hair, dust, dander, and more. A whole home air cleaner like this fits right in your HVAC system to pull irritants from air that’s ultimately circulated throughout the entire house. If you’re used to coughing or sniffling through the night, this can help tremendously.
Take a proactive approach to clean, healthy air so your allergies won’t prevent you from having a good night’s sleep. If you’re looking for efficient indoor air quality solutions, HI-VAC Air Conditioning Service can help. Give us a call at 954-246-4141.
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