Suppress the sneeze: Tips to help prep your home for allergy season
(BPT) - The season of sneezing has made its annual return and that can only mean one thing for homeowners: preventative cleaning measures. Especially true for allergy and asthma sufferers, there is no better time to get a head start on prepping your home against unwanted allergens than the early weeks of spring.
According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), nearly 40 million individuals suffer from tree pollen allergies in the United States alone, the first phase of which occurs in the month of March. As pollen-potent trees begin their blossom, it becomes increasingly more challenging for homeowners to maintain a breathe-easy household atmosphere.
But, in fact, it might get easier. According to a recent study conducted by airmid healthgroup, a professional deep cleaning from Stanley Steemer has been proven to be effective in removing up to 97 percent of surface allergens.
Helping to eliminate allergen hot spots and triggers is made easier when following these tips from airmid and the deep cleaning experts Stanley Steemer:
Keep the outdoor elements where they belong
Have a roadmap for cleaning
Welcome an allergy-free season with a welcome mat
Go with a deeper clean for spring
Let’s face it, cleaning is probably the last thing on your mind when those dreadful allergy symptoms start to creep up. However, prepping your home against allergy season can be as welcome as a breath of fresh air with the help of the pros at Stanley Steemer. Visit StanleySteemer.com to join in this season’s fight against allergens.
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