Do You Suffer from Allergies? Asthma?

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We can help you reduce those agonizing episodes. Here’s how…

If you haven’t already done so, you should consult your doctor and learn which allergens affect you or your family the most. Through medical consultation, you can learn whether medication is the right solution for you or if some life style changes can help control your flare ups. Regular thorough cleaning is by far the one least expensive solutions you can employ in combating allergens. A regular cleaning program with a focus on the bedroom of the person suffering from the allergies is a good, pro-active measure to help relieve symptoms. Clean everything thoroughly. Wash curtains and bed clothes in hot water, wash the pillows, and clean the ceiling fans, windows and sills completely. Cleaning the upholstery in the main area of your home can make a big difference as well. Dust and dirt are the enemy of the allergy sufferer.

Dust mites are in every home. Although invisible to the eye, dust mites are in your home right now. We all spend on average nearly a third of our lives sleeping. Because dust mites feed on dead skin that we have shed, they tend to be found in our bedding, bedroom carpets, and pillows. Dust mites are a triggering mechanism for those suffering from allergies or asthma. With effort and the proper attention to cleaning, you can control these invisible invaders and the impact they have allergy and asthma symptoms.

OneRestore can combat dust mites with regular scheduled professional cleaning of your bedroom carpets and your mattresses. By using powerful steam extraction methods, OneRestore can deep clean your carpets and mattresses, reduce the dust mites and other allergen pollutants greatly. You should also wash pillows at least 3 to 4 times each year, and consider replacing pillows annually as an added measure of security. You can also purchase special mite-proof pillow cases that keep dust mites from getting into pillows altogether.

You can also get room air filtration devices that will help to reduce airborne dust and other pollutants. Buying a quality air purifier is never a bad investment. With a little research, or even your doctor’s advice you should be able to find an air purifier that reduces dust, pollen, and other irritants in the air.

Another valuable tool in fighting allergens is a HEPA vacuum cleaner. HEPA vacuums feature filters, either inline or exhaust, that are 99.7% efficient in trapping dust and other micron sized dirt and pollutants.

Your best defense against allergens and asthma causing agents is a schedule of regular, professional cleaning. OneRestore offers maintenance cleaning plans that can be tailored to fit your needs, which can save money and greatly improve conditions for allergy and asthma sufferers. 

Contact OneRestore to schedule a consultation or for more details.