Avoid These Common Home Allergies This Holiday Season

Avoid These Common Home Allergies This Holiday Season


Holiday Allergies to Avoid

If you find yourself reaching for your tissue box this season, it may be due to all of your favorite holiday decorations. There are many causes of home allergies that you may want to avoid this winter to ensure that your holiday season is not ruined, including:

  • Things that burn – scented candles are a great way to add a little holiday spirit throughout your home. However, the strong scents can also lead to a serious allergy attack. Try to look for unscented candles to create the same look in your home without having an allergic reaction.
  • Cleaning products – if you are constantly cleaning your home during the holiday season, look for cleaning products that do not contain any harsh chemicals that can irritate your eyes and airways. There are many cleaning products that are available that are allergy and asthma friendly that will still get your home clean.
  • Decorations – most seasonal decorations are stored in attics or garages for 11 months out of the year, which means they are full of mold and dust when you pull them out. Thoroughly clean all of your decorations with a damp cloth before bringing them inside.
  • Furry friends – most pets spend more time indoors when the weather cools down, which allows their dander to build up. Wipe and brush your pets at least once a week to help reduce the amount of dander in your home. Also, make sure that you vacuum your house regularly to keep it as clean as possible.

It is also important to take time to look over your homeowners’ insurance policy this holiday season to ensure that you have the right amount of coverage. Contact the insurance professionals at Club Agency in Garden City, New York for all of your homeowner’s insurance needs.

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