A Permanent AC Filter That Actually Helps With Allergy Triggers

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If you have allergies then you’re probably already aware of the problems with tree pollen and other allergens that can affect the quality of air in your home. Even if you’re not sure which trigger is bothering you specifically, you may have noticed yourself feeling the effects of allergies without realizing what it is.

Depending on which state you are from, the common allergy triggers can range from certain flowers and shrubs to trees and grain plants such as wheat and alfalfa. Along with environmental conditions such as smoke or other irritants, you need an AC filter that not only helps relieve some of these allergens but one that is dependable and convenient.

The great thing about a permanent ac filter is the fact that you can clean it at any time and never have to worry about replacing it. When the allergens are especially prevalent, you may find yourself replacing a traditional AC filter more often and that can lead to more trips to the store along with additional costs. When choosing a permanent AC filter, you don’t have to worry about either.

For instance, the BoAir 5-Stage filters are embedded with VIBAX MI-50. This may not be a familiar term to you but what it does is work as an anti-microbial agent which helps prevent the growth of mold and mildew, which are also irritating allergens that can do harm to your health. With these filters you simply wash them when needed and you’re back in business – no more visits to the store to replace what you need and no more trying to locate the size you need.

If you want to take control of your allergies, the first step is a good AC filter and a permanent one is the solution you need. To order or have any questions answered simply contact us.


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