Reasons We Develop Dust Allergies

Developing a dust allergy can make it challenging to clean our homes and living spaces. Some symptoms include sneezing, runny nose, red and itchy eyes, coughing, and itching. If left unchecked, allergies can trigger an asthma attack — requiring immediate care.

Reasons We Develop Dust Allergies

By constantly exposing ourselves to dusty environments, the average person can develop a dust allergy. We encounter dust while sweeping, dusting, and vacuuming — and the air we breathe indoors can sometimes have more pollutants than outdoor air. Here are a few examples of allergy causes found inside our homes:

 Triggers

Pet hair, pollen, and feathers( inside, in beds, and in pillows) can trigger a sneezing attack and additional inhalation of other pollutants and dust..

Household pests

Dust mites and cockroaches are some of the household pests that leave waste, saliva, and other particles mixed with dust. These allergens can be particularly difficult to breathe and cause infection.

Mould

Mould thrives in damp places like basements and vents. It can emit spores that travel through the air and cause allergic reactions when inhaled.

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Some of these allergens do not disappear after regular cleaning and dusting. By cleaning our air ducts, we can prevent the spread of these triggers throughout our home or office.

At Dial One Professional Duct Cleaning, we understand the importance of health. This is why we specialize in commercial and residential duct cleaning. As a member of NADCA, our services meet standards of excellence; call us at (416) 896-4799. Your health is our priority.