If your child has asthma or seasonal allergies, parents may feel helpless to help them at times. While many other children and their parents are gearing up for a fun summer, you may be stocking up on allergy meds.
Those of us at Tri-City HVAC have a couple of tips for indoor air quality Loveland parents will love:
- Focus on keeping the bedroom clean.
Allergies can often be the worst at nighttime. This is because our breathing changes and we become more vulnerable to the symptoms. To ensure a good night’s sleep, try to keep your child’s room an allergy-free zone. Keep it clean, wash all bedding regularly and make sure that fans and air conditioners aren’t circulating moldy or dirty air.
2. Invest in an allergy-specific vacuum.
Vacuuming your carpets, floors, furniture and drapes at least once a week with a vacuum cleaner designed for allergies will remove mold spores, pollen, pet dander, dust mites, chemicals and other allergens.
3. Invest in an in-home Air-Quality system.
Often the listed allergens in your carpet will circulate through your home via the duct system. As a result, while you are heating or cooling your home this spring, you are potentially spreading around debris that are making your child’s allergies flare up.
Indoor air can reduce significantly more pollutants than outdoor air. Thus Tri-City HVAC has an indoor air quality service Colorado families have sworn by. We have ultraviolet lights and air filters that will neutralize the allergens on contact.
So, get out and enjoy the spring knowing that inside your air will be clean and pure, keeping you, your child and your family asthma free.
Call Tri-City HVAC or check out our website for more information.