Is your car's cabin a healthy environment?
With the warmer weather most of us look forward to spending time in the outdoors, however for some people this brings the start of the pollen season.
Did you know Hay fever is a type of allergic rhinitis - an allergic condition that affects the nose, throat and eyes. Seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever) is caused by a reaction to pollen and mould spores and usually starts in spring. A simple change of your cabin air filter or pollen filter is a quick solution to improve your cabin air quality.
The cabin air filter or pollen filter, a feature found on most late-model vehicles, cleans the air that comes into the interior through the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. It catches dust, pollen and other airborne material that can make riding in a car unpleasant, particularly if you have allergies or other respiratory problems.
Micro-organisms can accumulate inside the car cabin, potentially multiplying to concentrations of between 5 to 8 times higher than normal. Such a high level of bacteria inside the vehicle can lead to a range of health problems including irritated mucous membranes, watering of the eyes, headaches, nausea, asthma and allergic reactions.
On average the cabin air filter is replaced around every three years, but for optimum comfort and efficiency annual replacement is preferable.
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Staying healthy is sometimes a matter of refreshing your car’s cabin air!
So here we come to your assistance with a special offer this spring:
From only $119 we replace your pollen filter and treat your air conditioning!
We can only replace the pollen filter for a price between $25.00 and $75.00, depending on the vehicle model you own.
We recommend you to add the air conditioning treatment for only $94. This is 33% off the normal price.
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*Exclusive offer available until end of November 2017 from Simon Lucas North Shore.