Chilly breezes

When our nephew was born, he was 4 weeks early and ended up spending a couple of weeks in the NICU before doctors were comfortable sending him home.  My nephew is growing up so fast and he is the light in the family’s eyes. When our nephew turned 5 years aged our sister had noticed he was starting to develop some extreme dust irritations.  We live in a valley where all the pollen falls from the trees in the mountains we’re surrounded by. When our nephew wakes up in the afternoon his nose is runny, his eyes are all yellow and itchy, and his throat is always annoyed.  His doctors, of course, have helped him a lot over the years however they never seemed to get better, just controlled. Finally, our sister started looking at other possibilities of what may be causing or exacerbating our nephews’ dust irritations.  One thing she found out was your air conditioner plan could have a large effect on dust irritations and your upper respiratory plan if your Heating and Air Conditioning plan is not cleaned or tested yearly. My sister couldn’t remember the last time she had an Heating and Air Conditioning serviceman out to even look at their air conditioner unit.  Her air conditioner component was running fine, so she didn’t see a need, until now. She contacted our local Heating and Air Conditioning supplier and tied up an appointment for a serviceman to come out and wash her entire Heating and Air Conditioning system. From changing all the filters to cleaning all the air conditioner units HVAC duct throughout the house, to replacing the coils on the inside unit.  All in hopes it helps clear up the allergens all around the condo by having wash chilly air coming from her air conditioner unit.