Is it a good idea?

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AdrianMParks

I want to switch to carpeted floors but I am asthmatic.

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luiza

I definatelliy suggest to take a look to different various manufacturing service. Professionals will help with everything and can make it work on you.

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Kate Horder

It’s a common misconception that carpets trigger asthma and allergy attacks. It’s only true if you neglect routine carpet cleaning.

Interestingly, some studies support that carpeted floors can even limit allergy and asthma attacks by trapping particles within the carpet fibres, thus keeping them off the air. I’m assuming you don’t have pets since you’re asthmatic, so vacuuming your carpets at least twice a week is good enough to get rid of all the allergens collected by your carpet.

Another way to navigate around those allergy issues is to choose carpets made of wool. It’s hypoallergenic and works as a natural air filter. Because wool fibres are too long and thick to inhale, they cannot irritate your respiratory system.

Now that your concern has been addressed, make sure to get your carpets from a reputable seller, should you decide to go for it. I highly recommend www.choicecarpets.co.uk if you’re looking for elegant and affordable carpets in Maidstone.

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AnnetFowler Kallykally777@gmail.com

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