Air conditioning ducts a source of allergy triggers is often overlooked. I have a friend who avoids air conditioning in the car and in the house even on the hottest days because of the symptoms the air causes.
Even though we refresh our homes with a change of carpet, color schemes, and furnishings, most of us don’t think about cleaning the ducts that carry air into every room of our home all through the year.
In the summer these ducts carry cool air through dark tubes that never see the light of day. These tubes or ducts are a prime area for mold growth. It is the rare person who has their ducts steam cleaned. And so airborne mold and mold spores have the potential to be blown into every room, and circulated again and again.
Anyone who suffers from allergies or asthma will find that being indoors in an air conditioned space can be just as challenging as being outside in the midst of pollen season.
So in a perfect world steam cleaning the air ducts every couple of years would be ideal. This is not always possible for numerous reasons. But regardless of how it’s done, clearing the air is a must.
Make your home a haven especially in the summer with the Allergy Air Purifier from PurerAir.com It can remove airborne mold spores as well as other triggers that cause nasal congestion, watering eyes, and coughing. And it’s designed to filter your air 24 hours every day.
Debbie Davis, President