The Queen City is beautiful in the fall, but don’t let your fall allergies take the forefront. While spring is worse for allergy sufferers in the 704, fall can be a rough time as well. If you’re new to the city, you may be taken off guard by your newfound allergies. Charlotte is consistently ranked in the top 50 worst cities for allergies by The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.
Why is that? Our trees. We’re known for our beautiful tree canopy, but the downside is that trees create a lot of natural allergens like pollen. Unlike climates further north, our windows and doors are open longer into the fall, so we’re inadvertently inviting allergens into our homes.
During the autumn months, ragweed is in bloom and wreaks havoc on your allergies. Couple that with goldenrod and various other weeds, and you may be wondering when winter will finally hit.
MTB has been serving the area for more than 40 years, so we know what autumn can bring to homeowners, and we’re here to help. Aside from taking your allergy medicine, installing an indoor air purifier can help keep your allergies at bay. Air purifiers filter the allergy-inducing tiny particles out of your indoor air. November is usually the worst month for allergies in Charlotte, so get a head start on the season before it peaks and schedule a consultation with the experts at MTB to figure out which air purification system is right for you.
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