The spring blooms not only bring warmer temperatures, but they can also lead to seasonal allergies this time of the year. By following these simple tips from Trane, homeowners can mitigate these triggers and create a healthier home environment.

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Trane experts can help you lessen the impact of seasonal allergens.
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    1. Change air filters more frequently – Regularly cleaning or changing your HVAC air filter will help remove more of those airborne pollutants from your home and will extend the life of your HVAC unit. Through the current partnership with FilterTime™, Trane is offering homeowners the convenience of purchasing air filters and having them delivered with free shipping. By using the Trane Home app or visiting, homeowners can make a one-time filter purchase or sign up for ongoing subscription options.

    1. Add a whole-home air cleaner –Trane’s certified asthma and allergy-friendly CleanEffects® Whole Home Air Cleaner drastically improves indoor air quality. This innovative system employs groundbreaking technology to remove up to 99.98% of airborne particles, including dust mites, pollen, and allergens. 
    2. Use controlled ventilation – To reduce indoor air pollutants, supply clean air and exhaust polluted air outside. The best way is to use a filtered mechanical ventilator, keeping windows and doors shut to ensure only the filtered fresh air is supplied to the home.
    3. Balance the humidity in your home – Maintaining the right humidity level in your home is crucial in the battle against allergies. Humidity levels between 35-60% are key to mitigating IAQ problems. Mold and dust mites thrive outside this range, while dry air compromises our immune systems.

  1. Eliminate the source of the airborne pollutants – As people spend more time outdoors during the warmer spring months, exposure to pollen and outdoor allergens will increase, exacerbating allergy symptoms. Protect your indoor air quality by using certified asthma and allergy friendly® products (bedding, vacuums, cleaning products, flooring, paid, and more.)