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Residential Sanitizing Can Help You Create an Allergen-Free Home

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May 30, 2016

Asthmatic people have very twitchy airways which can react to things called triggers. Triggers cause asthma symptoms like wheezing or coughing, or a person with asthma may develop a runny nose or itchy eyes. When an asthmatic person inhales an allergen, his airways tighten up, he produces too much mucus, and the person finds it difficult to breathe normally. Unfortunately, asthma has no cure. Most asthmatics and their parents are freaked out by this fact, but the truth is that asthmatic people can live relatively normal lives they just have to make a few changes to their lifestyle.

The goal of asthma treatment is to reduce the symptoms to a minimum with the lowest amount of medication. The first thing that has to be done to achieve this is becoming aware of the sources of asthma triggers. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), on average, Americans spend 93% of their time indoors. With so much time spent indoors, it would be more than logical that asthmatics maintain a healthy indoor environment. This is easier said than done. Indoor asthma triggers include household dust, tobacco smoke, nitrogen dioxide, chemical odors, and others. Of the triggers mentioned, the one that is the hardest to control is house dust. Why? One particle of dust can contain pet dander, dead cockroaches, dust mites, and mold spores, and all of those can be asthma triggers. Vacuuming, sweeping, and even dusting only make it worse, not to mention the use of harsh chemicals. An effective way to create an asthma-free home that feels and smells clean is with Residential Sanitizing.

By sanitizing the items in your home, you can rest assured that your home will be free of germs, dust mites, viruses, bacteria, odors, mold, mildew, lice, and bed bugs, all in as little as 30 to 60 minutes. Also, your asthma symptoms will improve. But what is Residential Sanitizing and how is it done?

Residential Sanitizing redefines the concept of a healthy home. It uses ozone and heat to destroy germs, viruses, bacteria, fungi, allergens, and odors. It's approximately 3,000 times more effective than bleach, and since it is a dry process, it doesn't compromise the items placed in our mobile unit by getting them wet. The process is all natural, non-toxic and it is completely safe for asthmatics, children, and pets. Our method has been scientifically proven to eliminate 99.9% of viruses and harmful bacteria. The best part is that we come to your location on the date you request.

Once The Germinator shows up at your location, we do all the dirty work, while you enjoy the results. Our process uses both ozone and heat to sanitize and disinfect items. The process is fast and straightforward we load our Germinator Mobile Sanitizing unit with all the things you want sanitized, such as furniture, linens, electronic equipment, and anything else that can fit in our unit. Once the items are in the unit, it will destroy the germs, bacteria, viruses, and allergens present in those items within 30 to 60 minutes. After this, you will enjoy a healthy space for you and your family. It will also destroy bedbugs, lice, and dust mites. Residential Sanitizing brings healthy living and speedy sanitizing right to your doorstep, and you will be one step closer to controlling your asthma.

If you're looking for a healthy environment that's free of asthma triggers, Germinator Mobile Sanitizing is what you need. Our goal is to create a healthier, safer, and more comfortable environment for you and your family. Don't hesitate and give us a call at 855-NO-GERMZ (664-3769) or fill out the form below to schedule a sanitizing service. Remember to always stay in touch by liking our page on Facebook at Germinator Mobile Sanitizing, and following us on Twitter @GerminatorMS and Instagram @GerminatorMS. If you want to stay tuned for the latest information about Germinator Mobile Sanitizing, subscribe to our Newsletter.

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