How to Allergy-Proof Your Home with a Ductless HVAC

The concentration of indoor pollutants and allergens has become more of an issue over the last couple of decades. This is mainly due to improvements in energy efficiency and insulation in modern buildings. While energy efficiency helps reduce your carbon footprint and lower utility costs, without adequate ventilation it can make for poor quality indoor air.  For those with allergies or respiratory illnesses, the indoors are meant to be an escape from potential stimulants outside. Unfortun. . .

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