How to Reduce Summer Allergies

Hello first day of summer, we’re so happy to see you! Now that we’re on to a new season and you’ve done your spring cleaning (if not, we can help with that) it’s time to start thinking about how you can maintain that cleanliness.

 

The warmer weather brings an excellent opportunity to keep the windows open, which can be especially important in a state like Colorado where many homes don’t have air conditioning or if you’re looking to save money and keep that electric bill down. Unfortunately, when the breeze blows in so does dust and pollen; two things that aren’t so great for your allergies. Even with a screen on your window those pesky particles can slip through the tiniest of openings. So what’s the solution? A window filter!

 

 

Window filters are a game changer. These filters eliminate 92% of ragweed pollen and capture a variety of allergens and irritants that can cause trouble for your sinuses. The combination of the spun polyester and coating attracts pollen spores like a magnet and traps them into the fine fibrous grid of the material. We will admit that window filters aren’t the prettiest but they get the job done and are excellent for your health and your home.

 

These filters can be easily and quickly fastened over your current window screen and are reusable when cleaned properly. In addition they’re rain and snow resistant, which we know is important here in Colorado…okay maybe not the rain part, but you get the idea! We’re not trying to sell you on window filters, that’s not what we’re about, but we do care about your health that’s why we think it’s so important to have a clean home. These are just a few facts we discovered in our quest to not sneeze while we’re enjoying the light summer breeze from our living room.

4 comments on “How to Reduce Summer Allergies

  1. Thanks for sharing information with us. Well I also want to share my personal experiences Bonny Professional Cleaners. The whole experience was terrific! There is nothing like coming home from work and seeing your house look and smell so great.

  2. I suffer from pollen allergies and I have been using an air purifier, with mixed results. A window filter makes more sense, catch the pollen before it comes into the house!

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