Could your HVAC unit be making your seasonal allergies worse 🤧
Seasonal allergies usually begin in February & can last until mid-summer months.
Curb your seasonal allergies with proper maintenance of your HVAC unit. Even a brand-new air conditioner with a high-rated air filter won’t perform well if it’s not maintained regularly.
3 Easy Tips:
- Clean air ducts. Pollen, dust, mold & other airborne contaminants can build up in your ductwork.
- Remove any debris around the unit. Keep the area around your outdoor unit clean and free of dirt & debris. That way the equipment won't pull in outdoor allergens.
- Check your filter once a month and replace it every 30-60 days.