Aspen Air Purifier: The Best Way To Combat Allergy Season
Spring is the season where the grass gets greener, flowers start to blossom and morning birds begin chirping. As the weather gets nicer, more people will go outside and enjoy mother nature! Though, seasonal allergies can hit like a truck and cause runny noses, itchy eyes and coughing attacks. Everybody's allergens are not all the same depending on the area you live in, so it's good to research what your area has that causes these symptoms. Let's dive deeper into the main common causes of spring allergies which include insects, tree/grass pollen and mold.
As more people come outside, so do the insects. A bite from mosquitoes, kissing bugs, bedbugs and fleas can lead to allergic reactions. If you live in an area with bees, wasps and hornets, then a single sting from them may also lead to an allergic episode.
2. Tree and Grass Pollen
Small powdery pollen grains on weeds, grasses and trees are easily blown from the wind. The peak time for this to happen is April rolling into May since mulberry, pine and willow trees release their pollen into the air. Then by May, the pollen count for grasses grows exponentially but won't reach its peak until June. It's crucial that homeowners keep doors and windows closed to keep the pollen out.
Mold can be found on fallen leaves, grasses, rotting logs and other damp areas outside. Indoors, water vapor can lead to mold growth so the air in your home could potentially become unhealthy to breathe in. Basements are one of the most common parts of a household that leak in water and moisture, and that's when mold will latch onto organic material to grow.
Aspen to the Rescue
We'd like to introduce you to the Aspen High-Performance Air Purification System as one of the best solutions to Spring allergies! This professional-grade system can cover 1,500 square feet and remove more than 99.97% of the particles in the air! With the built in 3-stage air filtration process, allergens, smoke and viruses will have a difficult time trying to ruin your breathing air! These filters include the following:
1. Allergy Filter:
This will get rid of mold, pollen and dust mite droppings.
2. Activated Carbon Filter:
This filter will remove odors, chemicals and tobacco smoke. This part is made up of activated carbon that traps particles in microscopic pores inside activated carbon granules.
3. Microparticle HEPA Filter:
Removes 99.97% of particles down to 0.1 microns.
Here at DryZone Basement Systems, we take efficiency seriously so we are proud to say that this Aspen air purification system uses up to 85% less electricity than a traditional AC fan. With a simple installation, this can be placed anywhere in the home! Even pairing this system with the SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier would give outstanding results! While the Sedona keeps the air dry by removing water vapor, the Aspen Air Purifier will remove the smallest particles in your home!