Springtime brings about warmer weather, excitement, flowers and new life. But for about 50 million Americans, it also means the resurgence of allergies that can cause problems at work, at school, and at home.
Who gets seasonal allergies?
Seasonal allergies affect people of all ages and backgrounds, and even pets. They can develop at different points in a person’s life, or in response to different triggers. Allergies can be treated with various medication protocols or by avoiding allergy triggers, though for some people, simply coping with the symptoms is enough.
Why do carpets affect seasonal allergies?
One of the easiest ways to deal with allergies is to avoid triggers or minimize exposure. For instance, people with nut allergies don’t typically consume nuts and then take allergy medication every day to deal with the reaction- they simply choose to avoid nuts. The same is the simplest way to do approach seasonal allergies. Keeping doors and windows shut, paying attention to what is tracked in on clothes, and even what is tracked in on pets can all be helpful.
Although often overlooked, carpets are a magnet for every tiny particle that enters your home, and they then remain trapped in the fibers themselves. These particles can trigger allergic responses when you come in contact with the carpet, or even just spend an extended period of time inside where the carpet is located.
What can you do about it?
Fortunately, the problem of allergies can be eased by keeping the particles away from you, and one simple way is to keep them out of your carpet. Regular carpet cleaning is an important part of home maintenance, but an extra cleaning during allergy season might be exactly what you need to help keep them at bay. Chemdry’s process not only removes these allergens from your carpet, but it leaves behind no harmful or irritating residue that could exacerbate these issues.
If you need a carpet cleaning for allergies (or anything else) please contact All-star Chemdry! Our team will get your carpet looking its best, and get you feeling your best.