Keeping your Home Healthy During Allergy Season

The air quality in your home can be affected by many things, including pets, dust, mold, and more. Ensuring a healthy indoor air quality can be done with regular maintenance and cleaning. Vacuuming carpets and furniture, dusting, and cleaning air vents are all ways to maintain a clean and healthy home environment.

A/C Masters specializes in providing indoor air quality products and services to improve the air in your home. We offer air filters, air purifiers, and other products to combat air quality issues before they get out of hand and affect your health. These products can trap particles and allergens, reduce odors, and help to maintain a healthy indoor air quality.

Allergen Reduction

The goal of allergen reduction is to reduce the amount of allergens present in the air. This can be done with air purifiers and air filters. Air filters can trap particles and allergens, while air purifiers can reduce odors and improve the air quality in your home. Air purifiers come in a variety of sizes and can be used in small or large spaces. If you have pets, it’s important to use an air purifier specifically designed for pet dander and odors.

In addition to air purifiers and filters, there are other products that can help reduce allergens in your home. For example, an air exchanger can help to reduce humidity levels, which can reduce the amount of mold and mildew in your home. Specialty air cleaners can also remove particles and other allergens from the air.

Air Quality Testing

Air quality testing can help you identify specific issues in your home. Having an air quality test done will allow you to take action on improving your air quality. Air quality testing can be done in a variety of ways, including air quality monitors, a visual inspection, or a laboratory test.


February and March are the perfect time to focus on improving your indoor air quality. At A/C Masters we provide indoor air quality products and services to help you create a healthier home environment. Your air filters in your home should be changed every 90 days. If you don’t regularly change your air filter, it can become clogged with debris and reduce the air quality of your home, leading to sickness and more serious consequences. Regular maintenance, air purifiers, air filters, and air quality testing can all help to improve the air in your home and reduce allergens. Visit our website or call (757) 898-2894 to schedule your service today and improve the IAQ in your home.

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