September 22, 2006, Newsletter Issue #33: Allergies? Put in Laminate Flooring to Reduce Dust and Pollen

Tip of the Week

If you have allergies and you feel them when in your house, take a close look at what you walk on. If you have carpets in your house, you may want to look into laminate flooring instead to help with your allergies. You see, dust and other allergens gather and accumulate in carpeting over time. No matter how often you vacuum, you will never be able to rid your carpet of the pests that will make you sneeze. On the other hand, laminate flooring is a hard surface that does not gather dust or pollen. All you need to do is sweep every once in a while and you will rid yourself of harmful and bothersome allergens in your home's air. The difference is one that you will have to feel to believe. But I assure you, especially if you have pets, you will save yourself a bundle in Kleenex by changing from carpet to laminate flooring, now isn't that one of the best laminate flooring tips that you've ever heard?

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