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Obviously, your family has to breathe it in, but have you ever thought about what is in the air found inside your home? The air in most homes contains pollen, pet dander, mold and dust mites, among other pollutants. When you breathe contaminated air consistently, you can end up with allergies, asthma or respiratory illnesses.

Fortunately, there are ways to protect yourself and your family by improving the air quality in your home.

1) Change Your Air Filters

It’s very easy to forget about your air filters, but it’s essential that you not neglect them. They are your best defense against pollutants, and you should replace or clean them on a regular basis depending on the design of your particular filter. If not using permanent filters, always keep an extra one on hand so you’re prepared.

2) Clean Your Ducts

Over time, all those pollutants that you keep out of your home with air filters can get stuck inside your air ducts. Have the ducts cleaned by a professional every few years to ensure that dangerous contaminants aren’t spreading through your home.

3) Buy an Electronic Air Cleaner

The right electronic air cleaner can keep up to 99 percent of airborne allergens out of the air you breathe, which is much more effective than the air filters in your home. Invest in an electronic cleaner, especially if someone in your home has breathing difficulties.

Protect your family by doing everything possible to provide clean air. All Year Cooling can help. To schedule a service appointment, call us at 1-[php snippet=1].

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