Indoor Air Quality and Allergies

Indoor Air Quality and Allergies

Improving Indoor Air Quality with Allergies

Fight Back Against Poor IAQ

Do you have extreme spring allergies? You know, the kind that has you literally scratching your eyes out for relief? Or the kind that has you counting your sneezes thinking you’re going to break a world record? You would be surprised to hear how much these Outdoor Allergens can affect the Indoor Air Quality of your home. Lets dig a bit deeper into your IAQ!

Understanding Indoor Air Quality

According to Lennox, Americans spend nearly 90% of their lives indoors.You would think that once you are in the comfort of your home, you’d be safe from the Outdoor Allergen Monsters; you’re wrong. These allergens attach themselves to your clothes, your shoes, and even your pets. And before you know it, your home has now been disturbed with the latest slew of pollen, ragweed, or whatever has you itching and sneezing. These Outdoor Allergens get into your ductwork and HVAC systems and begin to circulate throughout your home infecting the air you breathe.

Improving Indoor Air Quality with Allergies

What can you do to improve Indoor Air Quality

HVAC and Allergens work hand in hand when it comes to you actually enjoying your time indoors.

Indoor Air Quality is decided by 3 Main Factors; Air Temperature, Humidity , and most importantly the concentrations of indoor pollutants. No matter where you live, there are things you can do to improve your Indoor Air Quality. These things will help rid your home of indoor pollutants. All while making your home a more comfortable place to relax and BREATHE.

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Invest in a smart thermostat. This will help regulate the temperatures inside your home. Not only will it help with maintaining temperatures, and  Indoor Air Quality;  it can save you money on your utility bills as well. Richard with Sudden Service has a great article about the benefits of the  Popular Nest Thermostat here.

You can also Install a whole home dehumidifier.This allows moderation of the moisture within your home. Ideally you want your indoor humidity between 40 and 50 percent.   Air that is too Humid can lead to conditions causing the growth of unknown molds, mildews and indoor pollutants. Who wants to breathe any of that?

Making a Difference with Technology

But to make the most difference, you need  Indoor Air Quality Technology. Such as the Reme Halo. Basically it’s an army that fights off all of the Indoor pollutants and Outdoor Allergens.It attacks all of the microbes like bacteria, viruses, mold spores, and odors before they even get circulated within your HVAC system by sending out Reflective Electro Magnetic Energy. Sounds Fancy Right, but it’s just science. Instead of waiting for your home to become disturbed by allergens, the REME HALO sweeps the home actively purifying indoor pollutants at the source.

Sudden Service Can Help

No Matter what way you choose to fight off Allergies. By installing a Smart Thermostat, Whole- home Dehumidifier, or Indoor Air Technology, Sudden Service can help you move in the right direction. Give us a call today to go over your Improved Indoor Air Quality Options and  decide what will work best for your home.

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Comments (2)

  1. Richard Howard
    Feb 11, 2020 at 8:03 pm

    Fantastic Article! I agree, the Reme Halo is the best product on the market right now for indoor air quality. We’ve never had an unsatisfied customer this far. People with smelly pets especially seem to love them!

  2. Dillon Stroud
    Feb 11, 2020 at 9:24 pm

    This post is AWESOME! I highly recommend the REME HALO’S when it comes to indoor air quality, you cant beat em! Its unreal how many customers have been happy with these and rave about them.

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