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It’s not uncommon for one or more of the many possible household allergens to affect how the residents and visitors feel, especially if they already have existing health conditions. No one wants to feel like their home is contributing to their health issues or that their indoor air quality (IAQ) isn’t as good as it could be. Let’s talk about four of the most common household allergens you may encounter at your home in Crossville, TN.

1. Pet Dander

Pet dander can significantly affect allergy sufferers, and it can be almost everywhere, from embedded in carpets to all over bed linens. Vacuuming and frequently grooming pets (outdoors) can make a significant difference. Consulting with an HVAC service provider during your next maintenance appointment can also provide you with additional ideas for managing pet dander.

2. Dust Mites

Dust mites are one of the major triggers of dust allergies. They flourish in warm and damp conditions but die in drier ones. An individual with dust allergies may notice their symptoms intensifying after sweeping or vacuuming since those activities can disrupt the allergens.

3. Pollen

Although pollen is primarily an outdoor allergen, it can easily find its way indoors to worsen your IAQ. Taking precautions, like keeping windows closed during high pollen days and having a professional install a high-quality HVAC filter, can help combat the issue.

4. Cockroaches

Some people can have an allergy to cockroaches, specifically to the enzymes in these pests’ waste and saliva. This allergy can be especially problematic for those with respiratory issues like asthma. Symptoms of a reaction can range from a rash to sneezing.

Don’t let the allergens in your home negatively impact the IAQ and your health. Contact Action Heating & Cooling, Inc. for IAQ solutions that can help keep your home as allergen-free as possible. Schedule an appointment with us today.

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