Charlotte Air Condition
Don’t Let Your Sneeze Guard Down Now
Summer has passed, but that does not mean your concerns about allergies and air quality have passed. As the humidity drops, it is true that the pollen levels in the air will drop as well.
Unfortunately, North Carolina’s climate is hospitable to fall allergens as well. The biggest one for the Charlotte area is short ragweed, but there are other particles floating in the air that can also cause allergic reactions.
Your Charlotte heating and air conditioning service is always available to winterize your HVAC system efficiently.
What You Don’t See Can Hurt You
Besides seasonal allergens, the quality of air in your home is important to the overall health of everyone living in your household. Harmful substances are often unseen by the human eye which means that you could breathe in millions of unhealthy particles every single day without realizing it. The scary thing is that these unhealthy particles make their way into your body while you are in the comfort of your own home.
Some of the particle types that may destroy the health of your indoor air include the following:
- Dust mites
- Pet dander
You could also add viruses to this list, and that is an important one for fall. As children settle into the new school year, viruses will pass from one child to another. Those children will then bring home their viruses and spread them to other family members.
Improve Your Air Quality Today
The first step to improving your air quality is to check the efficiency and functionality of your heating and air conditioning system. If you need to upgrade to something more reliable, you should consider doing that before the harsh winter weather hits. Right now is also the time to schedule a fall maintenance session and ask about the quality of your air filters. Higher quality filters will remove more allergens and pollutants from your air.
Look into our current specials and book a maintenance appointment today. We are more than happy to help you get your home ready for fall and winter so that allergies and other pollutants do not hold you back from a happy, healthy sweater and blue jeans season.