Warmer temperatures. Longer days. Flowering trees. Sweet smells in the air. Uh, oh.When cold temperatures are behind us and spring finally arrives, we’re all eager to get outside and enjoy it. But for those who suffer from seasonal allergies, springtime can mean misery, both indoors and out.
According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, more than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year. Seasonal allergies are usually caused by sensitivity to pollens from trees, grasses and weeds, or to airborne mold spores – all of which are especially prevalent in the spring. But many people also experience perennial allergies, with year-round symptoms caused by house dust mites, animal dander and mold spores.
While you can’t control air quality outdoors, you can take steps to improve your indoor air quality. Installing a home air purification system that works with your heating and air system can eliminate allergens and toxins, and offers comfort and health benefits.
The Air Knight® Air Purification System uses a unique new indoor air quality process to naturally generat ionic oxidizers. These oxidizers proactively seek out and purify pollutants in the air and on surfaces like kitchen countertops and bathroom fixtures. This system destroys mold, viruses and bacteria, removes pollen, dust and pet dander, and produces odor-and germ-free air.
For a limited time, MTB Heating & Air Conditioning is offering $100 off an Air Knight® IPG Air Purification System installed on your existing HVAC unit.
Call us today to take advantage of this offer and schedule your appointment! 704-321-9250
For A/C, bigger isn’t always better
Choosing the right-sized air conditioning system for your home is crucial, not only for overall energy efficiency, but for your comfort needs as well. That’s why MTB Mechanical comes to…
Get clear on how windows affect energy efficiency
Let’s say your air conditioning system is operating as it should. But you still notice certain rooms getting warmer than others, or maybe you see cooling bills rising higher than…