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A Good Air Conditioner Can Protect You From Spring Allergies

Spring is now here, and for a lot of people this means that they’ll have to deal with spring allergies. Fortunately, you can use your air conditioner to help you find some relief. In today’s article, Hader Heating and Cooling, one of the top HVAC and roofing contractors in our local area, explains how our air conditioning system can help relieve your spring allergies.

How to Find Allergy Relief 

The best air conditioning systems can manage the temperature and humidity levels of your interior and help protect you from allergens. A good air conditioning system basically acts like a humidifier. To get the most out of your air conditioning system, however, you’ll need to regularly change your air filter and use high-quality HEPA filters. 

This simple maintenance task can help you more easily maintain good indoor air quality. This is because dirty air filters can trap allergens and allow them to recirculate in your home. As one of the top HVAC and roofing companies in our area, we recommend using ultraviolet lights integrated into your home’s HVAC system and air ducts. UV light can kill airborne mold, bacteria and viruses. 

The Importance of HVAC Maintenance

Changing your air filters is a task that you can do on your own, but the rest of your HVAC system’s maintenance requires professional help. An HVAC technician can keep your cooling system in good condition by counteracting the effects of wear and tear. This will improve your air conditioner’s performance and extend its lifespan. Routine air duct cleaning will also prevent allergens from circulating inside your home.

Hader Heating and Air Conditioning can help you with all of your heating and air conditioning needs while Hader Roofing can help make sure that your roof stays in fantastic condition. Our company has decades of experience and  a rich history of serving local homeowners. We owe our success to our focus on making sure that our customers are 100% satisfied with the results of their projects. We serve many areas, including Cincinnati, OH. Call us at (513) 661-1910 to learn more about our products and services or to schedule an appointment.

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