According to figures compiled by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, allergies affect more than 50 million people in the United States every year. In 2015, more than eight percent of adults and children were diagnosed with hay fever, which is a type of allergy caused by pollen and other particulates in outdoor or indoor air. Finding ways to reduce the number of allergens in your home can ensure the most comfortable environment for you and your family in the St. Charles, Missouri, area.

Controlling Allergens in Indoor Air

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has identified two basic methods for improving the quality of indoor air:

  • Removing the pollutants at the source by using advanced filtration methods that trap and remove allergens before they enter your home or business
  • Diluting the concentrations of these pollutants by ventilating with fresh and clean outdoor air

In many cases, air purifiers and upgraded air filters are the best solutions for ensuring the best indoor air quality and the most breathable air inside your St. Charles home.

Air Purifiers

Choosing the right air cleaner can improve the air quality inside your home to a significant degree. Air purification systems can be installed in your ductwork to intercept gases, bacteria and viruses that could otherwise end up in your indoor air. Working with an HVAC company that specializes in air cleaning systems will help you reduce the risk of allergic reactions and respiratory problems for your family members.

Air Filters

Filtration systems range from a simple high-efficiency air filter to advanced whole-home systems that trap and eliminate pollutants. Your local heating and cooling company can provide you with the right recommendations for your home and your family’s indoor air quality needs.

Indoor Comfort Team offers heating, air conditioning and air quality solutions for families throughout St. Charles and the surrounding areas. We work with you to determine the best solutions for your home and your budget. To learn more about our indoor air quality options and how they can help you breathe more easily inside your home, call us today. We are here to serve you.

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