If you find yourself sneezing more often after you walk through your front door, you might need an air purifier to make your Slaton, Texas, home healthier. Air purifiers remove pollutants and contaminants from the air and make your house’s air easier to breathe.
Reducing Asthma and Allergy Symptoms
If someone in your family suffers from asthma or allergies, a well-made whole-home air purifier can greatly improve his or her quality of life. Allergens, such as pollen, can sneak inside your home on the bottom of your shoes or attached to your clothing, then get sucked into the HVAC system. You breathe in those allergens and the sneezing begins.
Your home also produces allergens. For instance, dust mites accumulate in your bedding, carpeting, and other areas of your home. An air purifier can reduce dust-mite populations and cut down on your allergic reactions. You can further improve the purifier’s benefits by washing your sheets once a week and replacing your pillow often.
Improving Quality of Life for Family Members With Chronic Disease
When a family member suffers from a chronic disease, pathogens in the home can become even more dangerous than they are for healthy people. The best air purifiers don’t just tackle irritants and allergens. They also neutralize pathogens, such as virus and bacteria particles, that can make your home’s occupants sick.
Of course, everyone else in your home will appreciate the lack of illness. Colds and other illnesses can make family members miss work and school and reduce your happiness at home. If you want the best protection, we’ll help you choose an air purifier that eliminates as many different types of pathogens as possible. We’ll also make sure you have the right size and type of purifier for your particular home.
Air purifiers might not sound like an essential part of your HVAC system, but we recommend them to our customers who express concern about indoor air quality. To discuss your IAQ and HVAC needs, call Sinclair Heating, Cooling, Plumbing, Inc., at 844-749-2665.