Northern Virginia HVAC Company Provides Allergy Relief in Response to NBC News Allergy Report

In response to NBC News’ recent allergy report, the Northern Virginia HVAC experts at Jones-Rogers are doing everything they can to let Northern Virginia residents know that allergy relief is only a phone call away. When it comes between a house full of allergens and one without, contact the experts at Jones-Rogers for recommendations on the best indoor air quality products.

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People suffering from allergies can find relief just by installing a good quality air filter such as a Carrier Infinity filter or a Healthy Climate MERV 16, an air knight and ultra violet light on their heating and air conditioning system.

Chantilly, VA (PRWEB) September 28, 2012

For the millions of Americans suffering from stuffy noses and itchy, watery eyes, the Northern Virginia HVAC experts at Jones-Rogers, Inc. hold the key to relief. According to a new NBC Nightly News report, seasonal allergies aren’t showing any sign of dissipating as pollen levels remain high across the country. With simple preventative measures, Northern Virginia residents may reduce the suffering of seasonal allergies, but for the best results, Jones-Rogers advises residents look at the root of their problems – their home HVAC good quality air filter.

According to NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman, it’s important to shower before bed, keep both house and car windows shut, clean eyeglasses, and keep pets clean as simple preventative measures during allergy season. But according Jones-Rogers, allergens stem from heating and air conditioning systems only party removing particles in the air and leaving most of the allergens behind for residents to breath.

“One of the best ways to fight allergies is to remove the allergens, so we recommend changing the furnace heat pump air filters frequently,” says Elvita Jones of Jones-Rogers, Inc. “People suffering from allergies can find relief just by installing a good quality air filter such as a Carrier Infinity filter or a Healthy Climate MERV 16, an air knight and ultra violet light on their heating and air conditioning system.”

Good quality air filters when used with the heating and air conditioning systems help clean the air in the house to remove pollen and dust, kill virus and mold spores, kill pet dander, etc., all of which are causes of allergies, according to Northern Virginia HVAC experts at Jones-Rogers.

According to Jones-Rogers, most of the filters home owners install into their heating and air conditioning systems only remove 17% of the particles in the air. Other frightening statistics coming from the EPA and the Carrier Corporation say the air inside homes is more polluted than the air outside – up to 5 times more polluted. Therefore, it is important to consult an expert like Jones-Rogers when purchasing an air filter and having it installed.

“My future daughter in-law is allergic to our dog, so we asked Jones-Rogers, Inc. for help. Her allergy to our dog was so severe that after half an hour in our house, she was sick. Jones-Rogers recommended to install an effective air purifier incorporated with our central heating and air conditioning unit. Now our future daughter in-law can sleep in our house without having any problems. It is amazing!” says A. Long from Vienna VA.

For more information on Jones-Rogers HVAC services visit http://www.jones-rogers.com/

About Jones-Rogers, Inc.
Northern Virginia HVAC company, Jones-Rogers, Inc., is an independent, family owned and operated, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) contractor with 42 years in business in the D.C. Metropolitan area. With their NATE-Certified technicians, custom indoor air quality solutions and emergency service, they are Northern Virginia’s first name in home comfort. They maintain their commitment to deliver quality service for their customer’s indoor comfort needs and have developed a lasting reputation of excellence in the community.