The good news is, there are lots of changes you can make in your home to alleviate the problem and it doesn’t need to include toxic chemicals.
Sources of allergies & irritants
- Contaminants in your domestic water supply
- Skincare, fragrances and cleaning products
- Dust and house dust mites
- Pests such as cockroaches, mice and rodents
- Pets such as cats, horses, rabbits and dogs – about 10% of the population as a pet allergy.
- Petroleum by-products
- Pollen coming from outdoors – seasonal symptoms may be a clue here
- Tobacco smoke – unfortunately contains hundreds of chemicals
- Pesticide drift from outside or bought in on your shoes
Give it a try and see what happens.
What to expect from an Allergens Assessment
- An initial phone consultation to discuss your concerns and needs.
- Completion of a brief questionnaire.
- Determination as to the requirement for air quality sampling* in consultation with you.
- On-site audit to assess possible causes of allergens.
- Verbal feedback on the day.
- A video and report including a checklist of hazards with a priority rating for action steps.
- Follow up phone call and email to check-in on progress and any concerns.
Prices start from $350 depending on location.
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