Spring Cleaning Reduces Allergies

How do you Keep Allergies at Bay?  It seems like a never ending battle of sniffling and sneezing that millions of people face daily.  Each year, spring brings warmer weather and increased precipitation. Together, the two create the perfect environment for mold growth. Factor in your standard pollen and vegetation, and you have an asthmatic or allergy-prone individual’s worst nightmare. These individuals experience sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, and a runny nose throughout the season’s duration. Luckily, meticulous spring cleaning can help deter both mold growth and regrowth.  Below are just a few things that can help with your seasonal and regular, every day allergies.

– Check roof gutters and the land around the building foundation of your home.

– Clean air-conditioning drip pans, clean or replace old air filters, and ensure
all lines are flowing properly.

– Check all areas of your home for water, mold, or mildew, paying special
attention to areas such as the basements, windows, attics, and storage closets.

– Wash blankets, pillows, mattress pads, and other bed dressings to kill mold
spores and allergens.

– Clean areas that are often neglected throughout the year such as refrigerator
coils and dryer vents.

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