Posted on 3/4/2019 1:05 PM By Dust Doctors
It can be hard to believe, but spring weather will be here faster than you think. It's not too early to start thinking about the allergies that come with the season. If you or someone in your family is prone to spring allergies, you probably know that you shouldn't open your windows to let the spring breezes come in and let the clean air out your home. Doing so could invite pollen and other allergens to enter your home and settle into places you can't see, such as your bedding, carpet, and furniture.
Posted on 12/11/2017 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
One of the great travesties in the world of laundry is to purchase a brand new clothes dryer and never clean the vent. What this means in the long-run is that the dryer will probably only last about as half as long as it’s supposed to. While dryers have other maintenance needs, hiring us to clean the rear vent may the one that keeps it from breaking down the most. The length of the vent will determine how often and to what extent we need to clean it.
Posted on 10/17/2016 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
Surprisingly, outdoor temperatures and weather can impact indoor dust levels. Whether you’re allergy-ridden every spring or are looking for ways to block out dust during summer, you should know how the world’s workings impact dust. Dust concentration absolutely differs on a month-to-month basis, and you should be prepared to protect the home front as the weather changes.
Posted on 6/13/2016 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
Allergies can be incredibly frustrating -- especially if you're the type of person who enjoys having pets. Many families don't even discover that their children have allergies to their pets long after their pets have been a part of their household, and what then? The good news is that allergies are generally manageable in your home, but first you need to dispense with a few common myths.
Posted on 2/22/2016 4:00 AM By Dust Doctors
So many people find that they develop a stuffy nose within the first hour or two after being home. Some people attribute this to the fact that they are laying down and their nasal passages may clog up, but this is not likely the problem. The most common reason people develop stuffy noses and breathing issues when they are home is because the air ducts in the house are not being cleaned on a regular basis.