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post #1 of Old 01-05-2019, 06:17 AM Thread Starter
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Younger son suffering from dust allergy

I am a mother of two. Lately, my younger son has started showing allergic reactions to dust and the doctor told me that he should avoid coming in contact with dust till he build up resistance. I usually vacuum the house on a bi-weekly basis. But now I think due to the seriousness of the issue it is necessary to spend more time dealing with it. Since I am a working mom, spending more time cleaning is affecting my routine. Frankly, cleaning consumes the most time and energy for me. So I am hoping to contact a deep cleaning service provider in Toronto. Due to my child's allergy, I am thinking of doing a deep cleaning for the first time and then registering for a weekly cleanup plan. Since they are a professional cleaning service agency, wouldn't they have a higher standard for cleaning? Wouldnít it keep the house cleaner for a longer period?
Any experienced people her? I need your advice guys.
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post #2 of Old 01-07-2019, 07:36 AM
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I think you are on the right track. Most cleaning companies do a thorough job, but you will run into some stinkers. Interview several people and read reviews of the work online. I am not a fan of big commercial cleaning companies. Some hire just about anyone to do the work. They usually don't pay decent wages so some employees just wont be motivated to do a wonderful job. I am a one person cleaning business and I like it that way because I CAN guarantee my work. Not saying ALL companies hire bad people but some do! I hear this from many customers who hired me because I do all the work.

Dealing with allergies is tough. I also happen to be an RN, and can tell you that most likely, even if you DO hire a cleaning person, you will also have to do touch ups in between. Dust is all around us. I don't know if you know this, but we make our own dust! Plus any pets do as well. Older homes tend to have more dust. You cannot get rid of it but you can control it.
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