If you’ve lived in Mobile, Alabama, for long, you know that spring allergies tend to start early and can last for months. While most residents’ symptoms tend to be worse on warm, sunny spring afternoons, you can get some relief from all the sniffling and sneezing if you invest in an air purifier. An air purifier helps beat spring allergies by removing allergens from the air in your home.
Get a Whole-House Air Purifier
Portable air cleaners can tackle limited areas in your home, but they’ll never do a thorough job of removing allergens from your home. To get clean air and complete relief in every room of your home, you need a whole-house air purifier.
These innovative systems are compact but hardworking, and they integrate seamlessly with your HVAC system. That allows them to filter and purify with each air cycle. Depending on how frequently your air conditioner turns on, a whole-house air purifier could clean your home’s air supply several times each hour.
Eliminate Pollen From Your Home
Air filters are designed to keep dust and debris from entering your HVAC system and reducing its efficiency, but not all filters can capture microscopic pollen particles. Fortunately, most whole-house air purifiers can tackle pollen, removing this sneeze-worthy substance from your air supply.
If you’re ready to invest, we at Keith Air Conditioning recommend the Infinity Air Purifier GAPA for optimal indoor air quality. These innovative air purifiers capture up to 95 percent of microscopic particles and even use an electrical charge to inactivate pathogens.
Trap Secondary Allergens
A high-quality air purifier like the Infinity GAPA doesn’t stop with just pollen. It also traps pet dander, tobacco smoke, mold, and other common allergens. That means you’ll breathe much more easily in spring and throughout the year.
Image provided by Bigstock