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Fall Allergies

When it comes to allergies, the fall can be just as rough for some as the spring. One of the most common allergy triggers in the fall is ragweed. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), “ragweed season peaks in mid-September.” In the 49 states that ragweed grows, there just happens to be 17 different types.If you’re someone who suffers from fall allergies, then a concrete coating might be just what you need to help alleviate that runny nose and itchy eyes. How, you might ask? 

Carpet Wreaks Havoc

Indoor carpet is notorious for holding onto anything and everything from mud to pet dander and everything in between. This can be a major contributing factor for those who suffer from allergies. Because, try as we might, whether it be daily or weekly vacuuming, it’s nearly impossible to remove all of those small fibers from your carpet. According to the Mayo Clinic

“an allergy to dust mites can trigger symptoms similar to a cold or hay fever, including congestion and frequent sneezing.” To help minimize exposure to dust mites, pollen, and other environmental allergens, it is strongly recommended to get rid of carpet in the home where applicable.

Allergy Prevention Alternative?

So now you’re probably wondering, what do I replace my carpet with? This is a great question, and here’s why decorative concrete coatings are a great answer! Concrete floors are completely hypoallergenic. Unlike carpet that holds on to dust particles and other allergens, concrete doesn’t absorb or hold onto them. Concrete is easy to clean and maintain, and provides all kinds of customizable options whether it be a faux wood floor/ tile appearance, a marbled look, or a flake coated floor. If you’re looking for some inspiration, check out our gallery on our website- Paveman Designs!  

While you might love your vacuum, concrete floors can be maintained with your everyday Swiffer duster or your classic bucket and a mop. A light dusting and/or periodic squeegee over the surface of your concrete floor will keep it looking polished and new. No more worrying about stains, mold, or poor air quality. With the removal of carpet and the


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