You may think that your home is a safe haven from allergens, but unfortunately that is not the case. Many of the most common nasal allergy triggers are found in the home: pet dander, dust mite allergens, mold spores, and even pollen that’s been tracked in. Luckily, the cleaning experts at All Pro Chem-Dry can help.
At All Pro Chem-Dry, we want you and your family to be able to breathe easier while in the comfort of your own home. Whether you suffer from allergies or asthma or you just want a clean and healthy living space, we’ve got you covered with our Anti-Allergen Treatment.
We offer a state of the art anti-allergen treatment that works on any kind of soft fabric including: carpets, upholstered furniture, drapery, mattresses, and more! Our treatment is proven to remove 98.1% of common household allergens so you and your family will be able to breathe easier knowing that you have a clean and healthy living space.
Check out the video above to learn more about what kind of allergens and pollutants are lurking in your home and how Chem-Dry can help you create a healthier home for you and your family.
How Our Anti-Allergen Treatment Works:
Our proprietary Anti-Allergen treatment is a spray-on solution that contains powerful active ingredients that are proven to be effective against household dust mite and pet dander allergens. Our solution deactivates the most common allergens that are left behind by dust mites and pet dander, making them unrecognizable to your body’s immune system, and preventing an allergic response.
Major Benefits of Our Anti-Allergen Treatment:
- Instantly neutralizes allergens left behind by dust mites and pet dander
- Not a drug or pesticide
- Completely safe for humans and animals
- Suitable for carpet, bedding, furniture, and all household items
- Contains no CFC’s and is fully degradable
- Effectively controls major causes of asthma and rhinitis related to dust mite allergens and pet dander
- Will not harm fabrics
More Allergy Information:
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America defines an allergy as the reaction of your immune system to a foreign substance, called an allergen. Allergens can be eaten, inhaled, injected, or even just touched. Potential symptoms of an allergic reaction include: coughing, sneezing, itchy eyes, runny nose, and scratchy throat. Rashes, hives, low blood pressure, breathing trouble, asthma attacks and even death are more severe reactions to allergens.
The most common allergic reaction is called allergic rhinitis, more commonly known as hay fever. Typical symptoms of hay fever include:
- Stuffy nose
- Itching in the nose, mouth, eyes, throat, or skin
- Puffy and often swollen eyelids
The most common triggers for hay fever include:
- Airborne mold spores, pollen from trees, flowers, grasses, or weeds
- Pet dander
- Dust mites
- Cigarette smoke
- Strong odors like perfume, hair spray or other fumes
- Laundry detergents
How Many People are Affected by Allergies?
- Researchers estimate that approximately 50 million people in the US are affected by nasal allergies. 
- Allergic disease, including asthma, is the fifth leading chronic disease in the U.S. and for children under 18 years old, it’s the third most common chronic illness. 
- 17.6 million adults and 6.6 million children had hay fever in 2012. 
 American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology. Allergy Facts. http://acaai.org/news/facts-statistics/allergies
 CDC. National Center for Health Statistics.FastStats:Allergies and Hay Fever. 2012. http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/allergies.htm. Last Updated 2014.