Anti-Allergen Services


Are you or your loved ones suffering from indoor allergies?

Are you feeling rundown after a full night’s sleep?

Do you wake up watery eyed, sneezing, stuffed up or with a runny nose?

Are you experiencing allergies, and taking daily allergy medication?

Have you ever walked into a room and immediately experienced congestion, watery eyes, or sneezing?

After having your home cleaned by your weekly maid service, are you still experiencing allergies and headaches shortly after you get home?

Do you feel itchy when you sit down on your furniture?

Are you constantly blowing your nose well after the allergy season has passed?

If you answered yes to any of the above, Peachtree Carpet  Cleaning  allergy relief cleaning service can help.

Dust mites and animal dander in your furniture, bedding, pillows and carpet could be the cause. Ten of thousands of people in the Greater Atlanta area suffer all year
from allergenic symptoms caused by allergens found in their home. Dust mite droppings, animal dander and cat saliva are some of the culprits.

Your immune system controls how your body defends itself. For instance, if you have an allergy to pet dander, your immune system identifies pet dander as an
allergen. Your immune system overreacts by producing allergic antibodies called Immunoglobulin E (IgE). These antibodies travel to cells that release chemicals,
causing an allergic reaction. This reaction usually causes symptoms such as sneezing, teary eyes, runny nose, itchy nose and stuffiness.

When these symptoms occur year-round, the condition is called perennial allergic rhinitis. In addition to causing allergy symptoms, allergens can also trigger asthma
flare ups in people with allergic asthma.

Dust Mites index

Dust mite allergens is one of the top causes that trigger asthma and allergy symptoms. They are microscopic creatures that thrive in warm, humid environments such
as upholstery, mattresses, pillows and carpet. Although you can’t see dust mites, if you suffer from asthma and allergies you may be feeling their effects only too
well.

Dust mites can’t be seen with naked eye. It measures about one-quarter to one-third of a millimeter. Under a microscope, they can be seen as bugs. They have eight
legs, and are technically not insects but arthropods, like spiders. Mites are primitive creatures that have no eyes and no developed respiratory system. They spend
their lives moving about, eating, reproducing and eliminating waste products. A mite’s life cycle consists of several stages, from egg to adult. A female  may lay up to
100 eggs in her lifespan. Depending on the species, it takes anywhere from 2 to 5 weeks for an adult mite to develop from an egg. Adult mites usually live for 2 to 4
months.

Dust mites thrive in temperatures of 68 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit and relative humidity levels of 70% to 80%. There are more than 12 species of mites, all of which
are well adapted to the environment inside your home. They feed primarily on the tiny flakes of human skin that you normally shed each day. Those flakes work their
way deep into the inner layers of your upholstery, bedding, carpet, pillows, and even stuffed toys. These are the places where mites thrive. An average adult person
may shed up to 1.5 grams of skin in a day, this enough to feed one million dust mites!

Dust found in your home is not a single substance but rather a mixture of many materials. Dust may contain tiny fibers shed from different kinds of fabric, as well as
tiny particles of dander from pet cats or dogs, feathers, food, bacteria, plant and insect parts, and mold and fungus spores. It also contains many microscopic mites
and their waste products. These waste products, not the dust mites themselves, are what cause allergic reactions. Dust mite feces contain a protein that is an
allergen substance that provokes a severe allergic immune reaction for many people. One dust mite can produce as much as two hundred times its body wight in
feces.


Contrary to popular opinion, there are no “hypoallergenic” breeds of dogs or cats. That is because people are not allergic to an animal’s hair, but to an allergen found
in the saliva, dander (dead skin flakes) or urine of an animal with fur. Animal allergy symptoms usually occur within minutes. For a lot of people, symptoms build and
become most severe 8 to 12 hours after contact with the pet. Those with severe allergies can experience reactions in public places if dander has been transported
on pet owners’ clothing.

Allergy Relief Treatment Cleaning (A New Way To Feel The Relief) dust mites

No need to suffer in your home because your carpet, mattress, pillows and upholstery are harboring germs, mites and a variety of allergens your vacuum can’t
remove. The end to your congestion, headache, and fatigue may be a regular allergy relief treatment cleaning.

Allergy relief treatment is a very safe, simple and highly effective way of changing the shape of allergen proteins, making them unrecognizable to the body! Nothing
about the allergen is changed except its shape. So, when the shape is changed, there is no repetitive patten that identifies the material as an allergen and therefore
there is no allergen and therefore, there is no allergic reaction!

After vacuum cleaning your carpets, upholstery, pillows and mattresses, we apply an all natural hypoallergenic, non-toxic,  biodegradable anti-allergen spray. This
spray does not contain pesticides, perfumes, harmful solvents, or other hazardous ingredients. This anti-allergen spray neutralizes the protein in allergens such as
dust mite waste and animal dander and renders them harmless to humans and pets.

This system has been found very effective, even amongst those suffering from severe indoor allergies. The most important part is that it provides a residual effect for
up to six months.
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Allergen Relief Treatment in Atlanta and Roswell GA