How to Reduce Allergens In Your Home

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Let’s admit it: Allergies are the worst. Stuffy nose, red eyes, and constant itchiness should never be an everyday battle, yet many of us live with allergies daily in our homes.

If you’re struggling with allergies, there are a few things you can do to reduce the number of allergens in your home. We have six tips for you to get started:

  1. Vacuum carpets frequently; make sure you use a vacuum with a HEPA filter.
  2. Wipe down surfaces regularly with a damp cloth.
  3. Keep pets off the furniture and clean up pet hair regularly. Brush your furry friends outside!
  4. Avoid using cleaning products, air fresheners, and scented candles.
  5. Install an air purifier to help clear the air of smoke and other pollutants.
  6. Keep your furnace and HVAC filters clean.

This last tip is essential. Your furnace and HVAC unit’s filters need to be swapped out regularly so they can do their job. If they get clogged up, they will no longer be able to filter fine allergen particles from the air you breathe.

How to Reduce Allergens In Your Home

Know When to Bring In the Pros

You might feel like you’re cleaning, vacuuming, and washing laundry all day to minimize the effects of allergens in your home. And yet… you still suffer from symptoms like sneezing and congestion. If this is the case, it might be time to bring in a professional to check out your HVAC unit or furnace.

To Sum Up

Several things in your home can trigger your allergies, including dust mites, pet dander, household chemicals, mold, smoke, and other things. There are some things you can do to minimize allergens in your house, such as vacuuming, wiping down surfaces, and keeping pets off the furniture. However, if you’re still struggling with allergies, it might be time to bring in a professional service to inspect your furnace or HVAC unit.

Contact the Trane team today for help purifying your air of allergens!

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