How to Help Homeowners Eradicate In-Home Allergens
Fifty million people in the United States suffers from allergies. If it seems like you’ve been encountering more homeowners recently who have new allergies or complain that their allergy symptoms are getting worse, it’s not a coincidence.
In recent years, climate change and rising temperatures have caused trees, grass and flowers to produce an excess of pollen that is exacerbating allergies among sufferers across the nation. Further validating this claim, Dr. Sunil Perera, a Sacramento allergist and immunologist, stated that pollen conditions are worse than they’ve ever been, as the production of tree pollen grew three-fold from 2016 to 2017.
When homeowners open up their windows to get fresh air, or bring pollen in on their clothes after taking the dog for a walk, the indoor air becomes almost as bad as outdoor air for allergy sufferers. The home should be a place of comfort and relaxation, not congestion and headaches.
Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) often significantly exacerbates season allergies and asthma as common allergens get trapped within confined spaces. For allergy sufferers living in such an environment, it can feel as though there is nowhere to get relief, potentially leading to serious health complications. In fact, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), allergies are the sixth-leading cause of chronic illness in the United States, with an annual cost that exceeds $18 billion.
As pollen, dust and pet dander run rampant throughout your customers’ homes, allergies can worsen if not safely and thoroughly eliminated. Fortunately, Plasma Air has a solution that works continuously to eradicate airborne allergens inside the home.
Plasma Air’s residential system, PlasmaPURE, leverages bipolar ionization technology to purify the air in your home to reduce allergens like dust, pet dander, mold spores, and pollen.