How a Whole House Fan Helps Combat Allergies

Jun 04, 2019

Allergies and a Whole House FanWith warmer temperatures, better weather, and beautiful, blooming flowers also comes allergy season. Most people with allergies agree that there is nothing worse than spending a nice day indoors just to avoid the itchy, watery eyes, sneezing, coughing, wheezing, and other symptoms that are triggered by outdoor allergens such as pollen. Unfortunately, staying indoors doesn’t always help, as dust mites, pet dander, insect droppings, mold, and even pollen that has accidentally made its way into your house via your clothing or shoes can also cause allergies to flare up.

So, what can you do to control indoor allergens? One way is to install a whole house fan. When it comes to controlling the comfort levels inside your home, a whole house fan can make an enormous difference. They’re designed to enhance your existing HVAC system and work by drawing in cool air through one or more open windows and circulating that air through each room before it’s pulled into an attic vent and blown outside. This keeps the air inside your home fresh, reduces allergens, and prevents odors from building up.

At Byers, we are a premier dealer of Solatube®, a leading manufacturer of cooling and lighting products. The whole house fans we install are designed to keep the air in your home cool and crisp while providing you with years of exceptional, worry-free service.

If you’re ready to have a whole house fan installed in your residence or have questions about our process, contact Byers today. And don’t forget to ask about our financing options available to qualifying homeowners.