Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 01, 2013
Eric Cano, owner of EMJ Cleaning, an Atlanta house cleaning service, was interviewed Monday about indoor cleaning tips for allergy sufferers. In his interview, Cano offers tips for cleaning to reduce allergens like dust, pet dander and pollen to prevent and alleviate allergy symptoms caused by those irritants. Cano offers tips like vacuuming, dusting, and changing air filters regularly.
For pet allergy sufferers, Cano suggests vacuuming regularly and making sure to vacuum under furniture as well as vacuum the furniture itself. “People that suffer from pet allergies should vacuum their upholstered furniture using an upholstery attachment,” he said Monday. “This is a place that a lot of people neglect to vacuum, but your furniture can really hold on to those irritants and keep them close to your face, so it’s important to vacuum here as well.”
Cano also stresses that vacuuming baseboards, fans and vents is extremely important for preventing allergy symptoms. “You’d be surprised how commonly people forget to remove the dust and pollen that builds up on fans and vent coverings,” he said. “The buildup in these places is one of the biggest culprits that cause allergy symptoms in a house.”
One of the most important things Cano suggests doing to prevent allergy symptoms and dust buildup in your home is to change your air filters regularly. He says that not only will this keep pollen out of the air, but it will also trap dust, meaning that you can dust less often. “Using a high quality air filter helps too,” he added.
Eric Cano is the owner of EMJ Cleaning, a licensed, bonded and insured professional home cleaning service in Atlanta, Georgia. The service has been in business for over ten years, and provides cleaning services to residential and commercial buildings six days a week. His company provides services like window cleaning, carpet cleaning, heavy duty cleaning, weekly deep cleaning and move-out cleaning; these are offered in both EMJ’s office cleaning service and home cleaning service. For more information, visit http://www.emjcleaning.com.