Allergen Reduction Services

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Allergen Reduction

Why it's important to test for allergens

Keeping your home free from allergens is essential for reducing their potential health risks. Allergens can cause a range of symptoms, from headaches and nausea to difficulty breathing and anaphylaxis. Testing your home for allergens can help you identify potential sources of allergens and take the necessary steps to reduce them. 

We will detect hidden sources of allergens in carpets, furniture, wallpaper, or other areas that may not be obvious at first glance. Taking this important step will help you create a safe environment in your home by reducing the presence of potentially dangerous allergens.

How we treat allergens

Re-Freshen’s advanced technology makes sure that your home is kept safe from allergens. Our process starts with fogging the HVAC system and ductwork to create a balanced microbial atmosphere, before targeting any bad bacteria present in it with probiotic biodegradable solutions for maximum safety. 

The beneficial microbes act like millions of tiny workers, cleaning away dirt from all the surfaces in your house so that any present allergens can be effectively tested for – leaving no toxicity behind. With just one simple step, we’ll make sure your family is safe from harmful substances lurking in the air or on furniture unseen yet sensed every day by sneezing noses everywhere!

There are several preventative measures you can take to reduce the risk of allergens in your home or business including:

  • Regularly dust and vacuum to remove allergens from your environment.
  • Keep windows closed when mold is high outside and use air conditioning when humidity levels are high.
  • Repair any leaks around windows, roofs, walls, basements, etc., that could lead to dampness
Yes, while chemical agents can be effective at reducing allergens in your home or business, they may present some safety and environmental hazards. Chemical agents can emit toxic gases, pollute indoor air quality, and cause irreversible damage to the environment.

There are several steps you can take to ensure long-term allergy relief and improved indoor air quality:

  • Reduce sources of moisture in your home or business by regularly checking for leaking roofs, pipes, and other possible entry points.
  • Use exhaust fans when cooking or bathing to remove steam from the air.
  • Install an air purifier with a HEPA filter to capture particles from the air.

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