We all enjoy the signs of Spring, but in Oklahoma that means an increase in pollen that can cause that running nose and watery eyes. While staying inside can help, your house probably isn't 100% allergy proof. The good news is that you can do some things to remove and reduce allergens in your home. This Mayo Clinic article: "Allergy-proof your home" lays out some common sense ways to make your house more allergy friendly. Air Filtration is a big part of any allergy reduction strategy and is mentioned a couple of times in the article. We definitely recommend keeping your filters clean. There are also indoor air quality products that can go above and beyond the standard air conditioning filter. Visit our Other Services page or contact us today with questions about indoor air quality.
Seasonal Allergies Are Here
Updated: Mar 27, 2020