Feb 3, 2012
In the humid climate of Hallsville, Texas, there’s a significant amount of irritants in the air you breathe any time of year. While Hallsville homeowners might enjoy their pleasant weather, they’re also plagued by year-round pollen and a seemingly endless onslaught of dust. If you’re experiencing signs of poor indoor air quality, consider investing in an air cleaner.
Does your home have odors that won’t go away no matter how much you clean? If you’re dealing with lingering smells, an air cleaner may be the best solution.
Strong and unpleasant odors associated with paint, glue and new furnishings often come from airborne volatile organic compounds. No amount of cleaning can get rid of those. However, an air cleaner can remove them from your home.
Some amount of dust is inevitable in every home. But if you keep seeing swirls of dust mites in the air and can’t keep surfaces clean for long despite frequent dustings, there’s probably excessive dust in your home.
Dust mites can cause sneezing, irritated eyes, a runny nose and other uncomfortable symptoms. To reduce dust and ease those symptoms, try an air cleaner in your home.
Poor indoor air quality can cause a host of respiratory problems, including frequent asthma attacks, allergy flare-ups, nasal congestion, facial pressure and sneezing. You may also experience non-respiratory symptoms like fatigue and headache.
If the usual remedies don’t provide enough relief, think about installing an air cleaner to resolve the root of these problems. As a result or doing so, you’ll breathe cleaner and fresher air.
A whole-home air cleaner will filter all the air passing through your HVAC system, solving your poor air quality issues. If you’re interested in learning more, contact JD’s A/C at (903) 759-7483. We’ll help you choose the best air cleaner for your symptoms, budget and other needs.
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