Heavy rains and warm weather throughout the summer mean bad fall allergies for people living in the Northeast. The mix of excessive rains and sunny days helps ragweed to flourish, one of the toughest culprits to blame for fall allergies.
Not only will allergy season be worse than ever for those in Northeastern states and Canada, but it will likely last longer. Allergy seasons have increased gradually over the past decade, but there are things you can do to reduce your allergy symptoms.
We suggest using dust covers and hypoallergenic bedding to reduce indoor allergies. However, these will only help allergens from settling on surfaces. If you really want to reduce allergens in your home, use one of our professional-grade air purifiers.
The IQAir HealthPro Plus is one of the best purifiers on the market. It uses a HyperHEPA filter that filters particles as small as .003 microns in size. It can protect you and your family from allergens, viruses, bacteria and chemicals.
Don't let allergies ruin your season. An air purifier can help you enjoy the fall before the harsh winter hits.