Anyone who has ever cleaned their house knows that it is a never-ending battle to keep the dust at bay.
Not only is it unsightly, but dust can also cause respiratory problems, especially for people with pollen irritations or asthma.
The good news is there are a number of ways to reduce the amount of dust in your home. One of the best is to install an air purifying system. Air purifiers task by circulating the air in your home, and traps dust particles with a HEPA filter. In addition, many media air cleaners also come with a pre-filter which helps to capture greater particles before they have a choice to enter the HEPA filter. Another choice is to replace your HVAC method with a gas furnace or air conditioner filter that has a higher MERV rating. These filters are built to capture smaller particles, and can help improve the overall air quality in your home! Regardless of which choice you make, taking steps to reduce the amount of dust in your home can have a major impact on your health and well-beingI! I’ve had pollen allergies my whole life, and it wasn’t until a few years ago when I got tested at the medical professional’s office did I learn I was highly allergic to dust and pollen. If I didn’t have an air cleaner in my home, I’m sure I would be suffering from worse pollen allergies, because we have a lot of dust on our road, and plenty of pollen coming from the oak trees.