High pollen is something we have to deal with in Kentucky quite often. According to the CDC pollen can cause sneezing, congestion, and a runny nose. Pollen exposure can also result in “allergic conjunctivitis” in some individuals, causing red, watery, or itchy eyes.
Summer, fall, and spring are the main culprits for pollen allergies in Kentucky. Winter is the only time when Kentuckians get a break from pollen allergens. Indoor allergies are typically seen in the winter months including dust mites, mold, and pet dander.
Making sure your windows are in good shape can help to keep pollen out of your home during summer, fall, and spring. If your windows are inefficient they can allow pollen to enter the home through broken window sills. Call us today to schedule your FREE consultation and find out if your window panes and sills are not up to par.