April 17, 2020 by Nellie Yoshimura
Spring time is here and gardens are in full bloom. Unfortunately, this time of year has many allergy sufferers desperately looking for any sort of relief. Taking allergy pills is not enough. In order to get full relief from allergens, one must understand what is in their environment that is causing their misery.
Avoiding ever going outside is not a realistic option and staying indoors doesn’t always offer any better relief. What many allergy sufferers don’t understand is they are surrounded by allergens in the comfort of their own homes. Pollen, dust mites, and mold are the leading cause of most allergy symptoms and they get trapped in places that are not always easy to clean. WebMD offers a list of ways to keep your house clean during allergy season.
According to the CDC, most people spend 90% of their day inside their homes surrounded by indoor air pollutants and toxic material. Although vacuuming, wiping down windows and furniture, and keeping your home clean in general will provide some relief, there is a part of every home that is often overlooked, your air duct. The National Air Ducts Cleaners Association (NADCA) recommends air ducts be cleaned every 3-5 years. Having dirty air ducts will lower the air quality in your home which will likely lead to health problems. Air ducts that have not been cleaned will circulate allergens and bacteria into the air causing individuals to breath in more toxins than necessary.
Bio-One is certified to clean and decontaminate home and office air ducts. Allergy sufferers who are not finding relief should consider having their air ducts cleaned out by professionals.
Bio-One certified technicians use a powerful HEPA vacuum system with a patented rotary cobra power brush system to knock the debris loose and vacuums it away.