If you suffer from allergies, you probably already know that your home’s Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) can either exacerbate or improve your symptoms – depending on whether your air quality is good or poor. But how much of a difference can a household air purifier really make for allergy sufferers?
Quite a lot, actually! Controlling common pollutants indoors can reduce your risk of allergy flare ups, even when the pollen count is high outdoors, or you have a lot of pet dander circulating indoors. Read on to learn more about how you can filter your indoor air in your Staten Island home so that it’s less likely to aggravate your allergies.
AC season makes allergies worse, but an air purifier can help
At Rucci, we understand just how difficult dealing with allergies can be – year-round, but especially during allergy season when sufferers are quite literally “under attack” from rampant allergens in the environment. The good news is that we can help you combat the harmful effects with top brand indoor air quality equipment, including HEPA filter air purifiers and more.
It’s an unfortunate coincidence that allergy season ramps up just as it’s getting warmer, and families need to use their air conditioning system on a regular basis. This means open windows are less common, and households are not getting much air flow. Tightly sealed homes make it virtually impossible for air to circulate in and out of the home, which means that mold spores, dust, germs and other airborne allergens and contaminants become trapped inside.
This creates an unhealthy environment—especially for people with respiratory ailments such as allergies and asthma. Fortunately, Rucci offers smart solutions for improving your indoor air and taking control of your family’s health with state-of-the-art indoor air quality (IAQ) equipment expertly installed by Rucci Oil.
Types of air purifiers to help with allergies
Our service technicians are trained, experienced professionals with a commitment to high quality work and excellent customer service. They can help you decide which air purifier can best help with your allergies:
Whole-house air filtration systems: High-efficiency particulate arresting (HEPA) filters are super-efficient filters that remove up to 99.97% of the particles passing through them. A whole-house HEPA filter will rid your home’s air of particulate contaminants like mold, pet dander, pollen, viruses and more that measure 0.3 microns or larger and can cause allergies, asthma and infections.
Ultra-violet (UV) air purifier: UV germicidal lights can help if you or your family or household members suffer from respiratory allergies and asthma. An ultraviolet (UV) light air-treatment system is an effective solution because it continually treats the air passing through your system and “washes” the airflow with ultraviolet (UV) light. UV light is deadly to mold, bacteria and other organisms that can build-up on cooling coils.
Whole-house humidifiers: A whole-house humidifier automatically and precisely delivers the ideal amount of moisture into your indoor air. This reduces or eliminates problems caused by too-dry air that can exacerbate allergy symptoms, and the circulation of allergens and contaminants in your home.
Trust Rucci to keep you breathing easy, despite allergies
Choosing air quality equipment to help combat allergies in your home can be overwhelming, but we are here for you every step of the way, whether you choose a HEPA filter air purifier, or another indoor air quality device.
Contact us today to learn more about your options in indoor air quality products. We will gladly provide you with guidance about what product is best for you and your home. Helping your family breathe easy in your home is a top priority for all of us at Rucci Oil.