Spring is Not the Only Allergy Season!

Pollen Facts

Spring is not the only allergy season, many plants pollinate YEAR ROUND. We can help keep you comfortable.

Winter - trees start pollinating and a little pollen starts to release in the air.
Spring - Pollen releases from trees between January and April. Some of the trees that release pollen include: Elm, Hickory, Pine, Poplar, Birch, Cypress, Ash
Summer - Grass pollen reigns supreme. Pollen from Southern Grass with warm climates include Bermuda Grass and Pollen from Northern Grass with colder climates includes Timothy, Rye, and Blue.
Fall - Weed pollens typically takes control. These weeds include: Ragewood, Fat Hen, Nettle, Sorrel, Mugwart

Percentage of our lives that we spend indoors: 90%.
Number of people in the U.S. who have either allergy or asthma symptoms: one in five.
Percentage of the U.S. population that tests positive to one or more allergens: 55%.
Rank of allergies among other leading chronic diseases in the U.S.: 5th.

Pollen season can last all year round. We can help keep you comfortable.