Households commonly have dust mites that cause a number of health related issues, including dust allergies,   House dust is generally composed of disgusting things like pollen, food particles, mold, parts of insects, dander, and more.  In other words, it's nothing that you want to ingest into your body, especially not on a regular basis.

Common symptoms to dust allergies:

  • Congestion
  • Wheezing
  • Watery eyes
  • Sneezing
  • Itchy eyes
  • Rashes

At Out of Sight Cleaning are qualified housekeeping professionals will dust, vacuum, and/or mop (depending on if it's tile or carpet), every room in your house or apartment, including your bedroom, living room, kitchen, bedrooms, and others.  

Other Dust Factors

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Dusting, mopping, and vacuuming is essentials to deal with dust mites, but cleaning the entire house, including counter tops, window sills, bathrooms (where mold builds up), ceiling fans, tables, and more, all help to keep down the amount of dust mites that attack your system.