Spring Allergies’ Worst Nightmare: Great Indoor Air Quality

- 11:37 am - April 13th, 2021

Sniffling, sneezing, itchy eyes – all things that would make a Connecticut spring easier to enjoy if they just went away! While we can’t protect our customers from spring allergies when they’re outdoors, we can help fortify their houses with the latest indoor air quality solutions to reduce the risk of allergy flare-ups when relaxing at home.

Check out the products we have available for indoor air quality control!

UV Lamps

Installed within the home’s HVAC system, UV lamps prevent the growth of mold and bacteria that commonly grow on the system’s coils and reduce the likelihood of these harmful contaminants from being circulated into the home.

High Density Media Filters

There are particulates of many different sizes floating in the air, and a high density media filter is built to catch those on the larger end, such as pollen and spores. These particulates also happen to be a common cause of allergy flare-ups!

Electronic Air Cleaners

Similarly to how UV lamps are installed within the HVAC system, electronic air cleaners also work with heating and cooling systems to capture and eliminate allergens and other pollutants that often make their way into the home through the HVAC equipment and the ductwork.

Air Conditioning Equipment

This one may seem like a curve ball, but not only does AC equipment help to keep homes cool during the summer, a properly sized AC system also balances the moisture levels within the home. This is crucial to indoor air quality as an overly humid environment can promote the growth of mold, bacteria and other harmful particulates that can cause allergy flare-ups and more.

Reduce the sniffles, sneezes and itchy eyes in your home so you can enjoy the springtime! Give Sound Energy a call to learn more about our indoor air quality solutions.