Allergy Testing In Homes & Businesses
Allergens or irritations such as fungus, smoke, dust, dust mite, cat and cockroach allergen or pollen may cause the nasal passages to become swollen and narrow. The examination of allergens in house dust measurements is an important step in the prevention of allergens and provides essential information for allergen-reducing measures.
Indoor air can contain a lot of allergens, such as dust mites, pets, cockroaches and mold.
Dust mites are miniscule creatures that can be detected in a lot of homes. They live on chairs, carpets and bedding.
Individuals with pet allergies are typically allergic to proteins in the urine, saliva or dander of the pet. Animal allergens can be found on a variety of surfaces. Often allergens can persist at elevated levels for many months and may be exposed to walls, furniture, clothing and other surfaces.
Dust mites and pet dander can be observed on:
- Fabric furniture
- Curtains, throws and pillows
- Carpets and rugs
- Under and on top of furniture
- Among clutter
Mold is a fungus which can be detected both inside and outside. Outdoors, you can locate it on rotting wood, moist leaves, grasses and grains. Whenever a mold source is disturbed, it can direct spores to the air in which they can make their way into your nasal passages and lungs.
Inside, mold can be found:
- Near sinks, showers and toilets
- Near water leaks, such as from appliances, pipes and roofs
- In basements and damp or humid areas of your home
- In the soil of overwatered house plants
- On produce
Cockroaches may trigger asthma and allergy symptoms throughout the year. They like all the warm weather, the humid areas, and the food sources. Dead cockroaches, too, can cause reactions.
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