Allergy season suggestions: home air quality and air filtration systems

We are here for you with ideas and tips on how to survive (and maybe even thrive?!) during allergy season this year.

infographicHow does our society view allergies and allergy sufferers?

Based on our study*, not very seriously.

View the full infographic here.

Optimize your current space: improving air quality in your home

Check out the full list of Expert Tips to Improve IAQ (provided by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America) to improve your indoor air quality, from your bedroom to your kitchen to your living room.

Invest in home comfort: air filtration systems

An electronic air filtration system such as Trane® CleanEffects® and American Standard® AccuClean® can allow you to use an ‘Allergy Clean’ mode in the ‘Air Cleaner’ menu. This will run the fan and air cleaner for 24 hours, removing up to 99.98% of allergens from the filtered air.

If it is a high allergen day the next day, we suggest selecting this mode again. And, if the condition persists over many days, change the ‘Fan Mode’ to ‘On’ so that it runs continuously while cleaning the air.

Once conditions are better, remember to switch your ‘Fan Mode’ back to ‘Auto’ to get the ultimate comfort out of your system as the hot days of summer arrive.

Remember, if you don’t have an air filtration system, check with your dealer!

*Survey conducted by OnePoll for Trane with a sample of 2,000 U.S. adults from January 31, 2019-February 4, 2019.