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Spring is such a lovely time of year in Lansbrook, Florida. However, if you or a family member suffer from allergies, you can feel miserable during this season. Flowers, grasses, and trees produce a lot of pollen and you want to keep your home as clean and allergen-free as possible to help reduce allergy symptoms and attacks. Let’s look at several ways that you can nip these spring allergy symptoms in the bud today.

Clean Your House Regularly and Use a HEPA Vacuum Cleaner

Pollen can get enter your home through open windows and doors, as well as through your HVAC system and can settle on furniture, carpets, and be carried in on clothes and shoes. It is essential to clean your home on a regular basis to remove the pollen. Use a vacuum cleaner with a High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter to make sure all of the pollen is sucked up and not released back into the inside air.

Have an Air Cleaner Installed

No matter how diligent you are about cleaning your home, pollen still can filter in and trigger allergy symptoms. However, when you have our experts install a Trane CleanEffects Air Cleaner, your home will stay cleaner and healthier year round. The filters in the cleaner can trap up to 99.98% of airborne particles, including all those nasty pollen particulates, and will help to reduce allergy symptoms.

Have Your Ducting Cleaned

Over time, dirt, dust, pet dander, and pollen particles get trapped inside the ducting of your HVAC system. When you turn your air conditioner on, that debris gets blown into your house. If you suffer from allergies, consider having your ductwork cleaned for better indoor air quality. Not only will clean ducts help you breathe easier, but your house will stay much cleaner as well.

Don’t let spring allergies get you down, call our team at Advanced Cooling Systems, Inc. today to schedule an appointment to have an air cleaner installed and to learn more about improving your indoor air quality. Give us a call at (727) 213-5888.

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