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Fall in the Midwest can be miserable for allergy sufferers — a full season of itching, sneezing, and watery eyes. Winter may bring down the pollen count, but it’s no guarantee of relief. Allergies can still be a problem when you’re cooped up inside during a long Cincinnati winter if your home is full of allergens. Luckily, there are steps you can take to keep the sniffles at bay.
Our infographic has 6 simple ways you can improve indoor air quality this season.

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If you're in need of a better indoor air quality solution, we have a full line of filters and humidifiers (like the Whole Home Aprilaire Humidifier) that can help prevent the spread of illness, itchy dry skin, wood cracking and other nuisances that are associated with dryness in the home during the winter.