Get Your Allergies Under Control With Top-Notch Indoor Air Quality

Asthma, hay-fever and other allergies negatively affect the lives of millions of Americans every year. Those of us who suffer with such conditions use countless antihistamines, inhalers and other medications to combat this. It is relatively unknown that HVAC systems play a considerable role in alleviating the symptoms for sufferers of asthma, hay-fever and other allergies.

HVAC filters out the allergens which cause and aggravate such symptoms in your home or workplace, thus improving your overall health and wellbeing. Here at Crossway Mechanical we can help you decide on which HVAC system is correct for your unique needs.

Invisible Airborne Allergens

Household allergens are almost completely invisible to the human eye, but they affect allergy and asthma sufferers greatly. The majority of airborne allergens found in your home or business are; dust mites, pollen, roach droppings and mold. Your HVAC system will greatly reduce the concentration of these allergens in your home by trapping them in the system’s filter. It is important to have your HVAC system regularly maintained, as an overused filter will not work properly. An unmaintained HVAC system can gather mildew and mold which is often fed back into your indoor air which would inevitably worsen any allergy symptoms.

Getting The Right Filter

If you are an allergy or asthma sufferer, here at Crossway Mechanical we can provide you with the right filters to alleviate your symptoms and work with your HVAC system. The best filters for dealing with allergens and pollutants are HEPA filters which have a very high-efficiency rating. HEPA filters are great, but they will not work in every system. A high-efficiency filter will put excessive strain on some systems leading to reduced performance, but we are here to set the record straight for you.

You shouldn’t have to suffer from allergies and asthma at home, elevate your indoor air quality and home comfort in Tomball, The Woodlands, Spring, TX, and surrounding areas by calling us on (832) 250-6191, starting today.