Allergies can disrupt daily life with symptoms including runny nose, itchy or watery eyes and postnasal drip. For some people, symptoms are more severe and may result in asthmatic reactions such as wheezing and difficulty breathing.
Indoor allergens are some of the most insidious culprits behind these symptoms. They often hide in plain sight, causing daily discomfort for you and your family. Your carpet, rug and upholstery are the main air filters in your home and trap dust and allergens, keeping them out of the air. By regular cleaning of these items, you remove the allergens and help your furnishings continue to help filter the air. Spring cleaning is a great time to give your carpets, rugs and upholstery a deep cleaning to remove these trapped allergens and improve the air quality in your home. Some of the most common allergens are:
A buildup of one or more of these allergens negatively affects the air quality of your home. For this reason, a regular, aggressive cleaning regimen is necessary to minimize exposure and restore comfort.