Allergies have become as synonymous with the warm months of spring and summer as lemonade and swimming pools. What was once a slight, but temporary annoyance has grown to become a global health concern according to the World Allergy Organization. Heightened global temperatures and carbon dioxide levels have eroded air quality and increased pollen production by plants as well as the proteins within pollen that act as the allergy-causing agent.
These changes have lengthened allergy season by as much as 27 days and have amped the intensity of reported symptoms.
Managing allergies is now an essential component to any cleaning plan for home or office. A strategy to identify, reduce and remove will allow home and business owners to maintain the health and comfort of victors and occupants. Read more