A spike or drop in humidity can cause as much discomfort as your standard allergens. If there is too much humidity, you increase the chances of mold spores popping up and spreading but if the air is too dry, your skin will become extremely dry and your pores can clog. You can use a dehumidifier or a humidifier to regulate your home’s levels if your HVAC system isn’t keeping up. If it is a persistent problem that even simple machines can’t help fix, you may need to revamp your HVAC system.
When in doubt you can always call your professional HVAC technician
to come check your system for vulnerability to harmful air particles or to help clean your unit. HVAC professionals can clean inside the units and spruce them up to combat upcoming weather changes. Regardless of whether you follow these steps or call a pro for maintenance, you and your family do not have to suffer from out of control allergies kicked into gear by season changes.