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How Your HVAC System Can Help Prevent Fall Allergies

Posted on November 14th, 2018 by Jupiter Tequesta

Are you constantly blowing your nose and rubbing your eyes? Thanks to the temperature changes going on right now, your body is probably trying to fight off the fall allergies. If you’re suffering from allergies, there are a few home improvements that can help ease your pain (and it has to do with your HVAC system!). Sick woman blowing her nose

3 Ways Your HVAC System Can Help Prevent Fall Allergies


1. Change Your Air Filters

If you haven’t changed your air filters in the last one to three months then this should be the first thing you do when you get home! Your air filters are responsible for catching dirt, dust, and other allergens in the air. To make sure these pollutants don’t travel throughout your home, you have to check and change your air filters regularly.

2. Schedule an HVAC Tune-Up

Is your system working efficiently? You may never know for sure unless you call an HVAC technician to come and service your unit. Need to change your air filters? Don’t worry about it — our team can change it for you! Want to save money? Our team checks or any and all issues to help you avoid any costly repairs. Call Jupiter-Tequesta today!

3. Install a Dehumidifier

Bacteria and mold love humid air. A dehumidifier will prevent any bacteria and pollutants from lurking in your air, which means no allergies for you and your family.

Due for an HVAC tune-up? Caring for your home cooling system should be affordable! Take $50.00 off of ANY air conditioning, plumbing or electrical service when you give us a call. Our technicians are here to help keep your home cool all year long. At Jupiter-Tequesta Air Conditioning, Plumbing & Electric Inc. we offer residential electrical services 24 hours, 7 days a week.

To learn more, give us a call:

Tequesta: (561) 747-5740
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Martin: (772) 546-2822
St. Lucie: (772) 546-2822

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