Spring is here and if you suffer from allergies, you know what that means: it’s time to break out the antihistamines, eye drops, nose sprays, and Kleenex. If you’ve had to put up with allergy symptoms for a while, you’ve undoubtedly done all your research and have figured out what works best to alleviate your symptoms. But have you ever considered how much the air in your home contributes to your allergy symptoms?
It’s time to take a serious look at your indoor air quality (IAQ) to see if it’s contributing to your allergies. Read on to learn how poor IAQ exacerbates allergies and how a system like a whole house air purifier can help.