Although it’s ragweed season in the Fort Wayne area, that doesn’t necessarily mean that seasonal allergies are to blame when you’re dealing with a runny nose and watery eyes. The cause of those allergic reactions could be right in your own home.
Although every forced-air heating and cooling system utilizes some sort of air filter, the first function of these devices is to protect your equipment from large particulate matter – not to improve indoor air quality. But over time, improving air quality has become a greater part of what most homeowners expect out of their HVAC air filter. Here's a quick guide to choosing and using air filters that provide your home with both benefits – an efficiently operating cooling and heating system and improved indoor air quality.