Allergies are the sixth highest cause of chronic illness in America. If you suffer from allergies, it’s an ongoing battle to stop them in your daily world, and eliminate them from your Spring Hill, Florida, home. Incorporating smart technologies in your regular routines may give you the comfort and protection you need to stay safe from hazardous allergens.

Chic Allergen Detectors

Individuals with food allergies may soon find a measure of relief in the form of wearable amulets with chemical-based strips in them. These strips can test food products for allergens in just minutes. Though they may miss minute quantities of an allergen, they can detect levels as low as parts per trillion (PPT). Initially designed for peanut allergens, the products are in development to test for other allergens, and even work with an individual’s unique allergy profile.

Compact Environment Trackers

The small, wearable TZOA environment tracker analyzes the air around you and generates a detailed report on the air quality, light, UV rays, temperature, and humidity. This handy tool works both indoors and outdoors. It relays information to an app that will then provide recommendations, such as addressing poor indoor air quality in your home or staying away from an area with high allergen levels. This informative tool, when available, can help you instantly evaluate the unseen hazards in the air.

Air Purifiers

If you’re suffering from poor indoor air quality, a HEPA air purifier can trap 99.7 percent of the particles polluting your home. These devices are more high-tech than your average HVAC filter, using dense glass fibers to capture irritants in the air. You can also opt for a UV air purifier, which uses UV rays to eliminate germs and other pollutants from the air.

Keep the air in your home as clean as possible to reduce allergy and asthma symptoms and keep your family breathing comfortably. Don’t forget to address the ductwork and incorporate duct inspections, sealing, and cleaning in your regular routine for improved indoor air quality. Contact Senica Air Conditioning, Inc. at 866-881-5935 to schedule your visit.

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