According to the experts at WebMD, spring allergies are primarily caused by pollen or allergens. Inside your home, these particulates and pollutants can become concentrated and may cause serious issues with sneezing, itchy and watery eyes, runny noses and coughing. Your HVAC system can often provide real relief for you and your family by improving your indoor air quality in your Carrollton, Georgia residence. Here are some ways in which your heating and cooling system can help you manage spring allergies this year.
Filtering Out Particulates
Choosing the right air filter can allow your air conditioning system to reduce particulate materials in your Georgia home. This is especially important during the spring, when pollen and other particulates are common in outdoor air. By working with your local HVAC company, you can determine which filters are most appropriate for your needs and can reduce the number of allergy-triggering particles that enter your home through your ventilation system. The right filtration solutions can reduce your risk of severe allergy attacks caused by common particulates in outdoor air.
The experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend the use of ultraviolet (UV) lights to destroy viral, bacterial and fungal organisms. Integrating germicidal UV light systems into your current heating and cooling system can kill allergens and other microbes, which can significantly reduce your risk of severe allergies during the spring and summer months in Carrollton and the surrounding communities.
Merrell & Associates, Inc. offers a range of heating, cooling and air quality solutions for homes and businesses in Newnan, Villa Rica, Carrollton and the surrounding communities in Georgia. Our NATE-certified technicians can repair all types of heating and cooling systems, including geothermal systems, mini-splits and commercial HVAC equipment. As a Carrier Distinguished Dealer, Merrell & Associates can provide you with top-quality new installations or replacement systems for your home or business. To learn more about our indoor air quality products, give us a call today. Our team is here to serve you.