The way to reduce your indoor allergens is to reduce the proteins that make your allergic.

Here are a few steps:

Do not allow your pet to come into your bedroom because that is where you spend a lot of your time.

Get your mattress, carpet, upholstery & rugs cleaned on a regular basis to reduce the proteins that cause your allergies.

Vacuum regularly using a Hepa filtration.

Change your air filters at least monthly.

Launder your sheets, pet beds/blankets, throw blankets, etc. once a week in hot water.



Written by: Audra Hicks with Big Bear Floor Care

Did you know that one of the most allergy ridden areas in your home besides the dirty carpet is your MATTRESS?  Yes, that is right most people neglect to ever get them cleaned and if you have allergies it would be one of the first things to get cleaned, along with your bedroom carpet since you spend more time there….And it is Where you sleep! If you wake up and feel tired, stuffy noses, itchy, watery eyes then that would be one thing to get cleaned and have an Allergy Treatment applied. You may be allergic to the dust mite poop…I know it sounds gross, but it’s true!