According to a recent Chicago Tribune, about 35 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies. These allergies, which arrive around springtime, are caused by high levels of outdoor mold and pollen.
You may have heard that allergies are expected to be worse than ever this year. In fact, some experts say this allergy season may be twice as bad. Even though this allergy season started late, it will be severe with very high pollen counts. Highly pollen-saturated air can easily make its way into your home, depositing pollen upon everything.
Our recommendation: a professional carpet cleaning from Chicago, IL’s best cleaning and restoration service. ServiceMaster Restoration by Simons is dedicated to making this allergy season a little less painful for you. Our carpet cleaning team has the strong and effective cleaning solutions to loosen packed-in dirt and rinse out pollen and outdoor particles.
Not only can allergens hide in your carpets, but they can also stick around throughout your home. Here are some other services ServiceMaster Restoration by Simons offers for allergy season relief:
- Mold Removal Services: Indoor mold can build up and cause illnesses and allergies as well as ruining your walls, floors and furniture.
- Upholstery Cleaning: Pollen and outdoor allergens can settle onto and into your upholstered furniture. A thorough upholstery cleaning will remove these particles.
- Residential Construction Cleaning: Allergic to dust? Post-construction cleanup projects can make you miserable. We use the best technology to remove dust and debris from your project.
Doctors recommend taking allergy medicine, minimizing outdoor activities and keeping your windows closed. However, what if the allergens are hiding in your home? When you, your family, or your pets go outside, they track these particles back into the house and leave them lingering in your air and carpets. Call ServiceMaster Restoration by Simons this allergy season for all your carpet cleaning, mold removal, upholstery cleaning, and construction cleaning in Chicago, IL.