According to the Center for Disease Control, more than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year. If you are one of those people, you know you try everything you can to prevent or at least lessen the inevitable symptoms coming your way.
Find out what you’re allergic to
First things first, find out what is causing your problems. If you don’t know what you’re allergic to, you won’t know how to fix it!
Say goodbye to your carpet
Carpets tend to hold on to all sorts of allergens, especially when it’s not cleaned frequently or adequately. Plus, people and pets can track a whole lot of mess into your home that will sit in your carpets.
Change air filters
An essential part of making your home allergy free is cleaning your air. If your filters are dirty, that stuff is blowing throughout your home all day, every day.
Change up your curtains
They gather dust as they hang so find some light and airy drapes or curtains that are machine washable.
Get rid of things that can get moldy
Scrub the floors, sinks, toilet, and bathtub in the bathroom. Mold is more than just something that can make you sneeze or your eyes water; it can make you sick.
It can take time to change the things around your home to relieve your symptoms. Remember that whatever you do will make your home less likely to add to your allergy problems. If your air filters or ducts need to be cleaned, give us a call!