Ease Spring Allergies with your Air Conditioner

As August comes to a close, so too does the winter chilly season. A reason to cheer for some, but for others, this only means the months ahead bring all the unpleasant symptoms of allergies and hayfever.

The good news is, you can find relief in the comfort of your home. Your air conditioner can help filter allergens from the air.

Make sure your filters are clean for better air quality and purification. This is simple to do yourself, or you can have it done as part of a complete service by a professional. Make sure you ask your air conditioning service provider what chemicals they use to clean your system. Our technicians use environmentally friendly, bio-degradable and non-toxic cleaning agents as part of our service. A thorough clean will remove mould, bacteria, dust and other allergens, helping the unit run more efficiently and improving the indoor air quality.

It’s also important to look after the outdoor unit of your air conditioner to make sure there are no obstructions. Clear away fallen branches, leaves, weeds and dirt from around the unit to discourage vermin and maintain system efficiency.

If you can regularly clean and maintain your air conditioning system it will help improve indoor air quality as well as reduce running costs and prolong the life of your system.For added filtration, or for those with other respiratory complications such as asthma, an air purifier can provide even more layers of filtration that complement your air conditioning system at improving your indoor air quality