All of our Services, chemicals and equipment is designed to help relieve your asthma & allergy's.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO You?
All our chemicals and equipment is designed to help relieve your asthma & allergy. Our Chemicals are safe to you and your family, we never use any solvents or butyl type cleaner or products. Our Equipment, chemicals and services are designed to ensure that they meet the standards. In fact, Schuh’s Services® We Clean It Up® has been doing so since 1985 and use the first carpet cleaning Service Company to do so in our area, we can remove an average of 96% of common household allergens from the carpet as we clean them by use of our truck mounted equipment, all the excess wasted is vacuumed outside to the truck so no moist, musty odor and allergens are not released back into the environment of your home. Our chemicals are rinsed from the carpet with our own pre softened water, to insure to leave as little as possible any type of chemicals in the carpets. Some carpet cleaners can trigger your allergy's along with common household allergens include dust, pollen, pet dander and sometimes chemical residue that use left behind from other cleaning processes.
Allergy and asthma control begins at home. Many people with allergies stay indoors when outdoor air is full of pollen and spores, but never fine relief from their allergy due to dust mites and animal dander that can also cause problems indoors. To help you with getting relief, REGULAR CARE by vacuuming with a good quality vacuuming that filter the air it returns back into the room AND CLEANING with non-allergenic products to help with your asthma & allergy. Use a friendly Professional Carpet Cleaning service. We recommend you get a Professional Cleaning every 3-4 months, along with vacuuming 2-3 times a week with a certified vacuum cleaner. Have your heating system duct cleaned at less 6 to 12 month.
THERE ARE SOME SIMPLE THINGS YOU CAN DO TO PREVENT ALLERGIES AT HOME.
More than 40 million Americans suffer from allergy problems, and 25 million have asthma. If your cleaning routine doesn't specifically focus on allergen removal, you may be only moving dust around, sending allergens and irritating cleaning chemicals into the air which can affect allergy and asthma symptoms. To maximize your cleaning efforts to reduce allergens, consider these simple tips. Dust to control mites. Se recommend using micro fiber cloths and no chemicals and dusting surfaces daily and washing bedding often, you can control the amount of dust mites in your home.
Vacuum often. We recommend a whole house vacuum, although cleaning can sometimes trigger allergic reactions, with dust in the air, vacuuming more than just once or twice a week will reduce the surface dust mites. Wear a mask when doing housework. You can also make sure your vacuum has an air filter to capture dust, if you don’t have a whole house vacuum system.
Clean hard surface floor regularly with a micro fiber dusting mop.
Reduce pet dander. If you have allergies, you should avoid pets with feathers or fur like birds, dogs and cats. Animal saliva and dead skin, or pet dander, can cause allergic reactions. If you can’t bear to part with your pet, you should at least keep it out of the bedroom.
Shut out pollen. One easy way to prevent pollen from entering your home is to keep windows and doors closed. Use an air filter and clean it regularly or run the air conditioner and change the filter often.