Benefits of Using Our Service
House Dust-mite Test Determines The Level of Contamination of House Dust Mites
Deep Clean and Sanitize Air Conditioners/Fan Coil Units, Curtains (Drapes), Mattresses, Sofas and Carpets/Rugs
Remove Thoroughly Dust mites, Formaldehyde, Moulds, Dirt, Bacteria & Viruses and Allergens that trigger IgE
House dust mites
House dust mites (~ 0.3mm) are found in most homes. They are microscopic, eight-legged creatures closely associated with us, but they are not parasitic and do not bite. They don’t burrow under the skin, like scabies mites or live in skin follicles, like skin follicle mites.
Johnson Group Dust Mite Removal Service
There is no better defense against allergens than a tailor-made service plan from Johnson Group. We provide the greenest services to eliminate allergens like pollens, dust mites, moulds, bacteria, fungi, etc which have been medically proven to trigger a whole host of allergic reactions like asthma, bronchitis, eczema, sneeze & itchy skin etc.
Indoor allergens like formaldehyde, dust mites, mould, particles or even volatile chemicals from conventional cleaners can accumulate in your air conditioners, curtains, mattresses, sofas and carpets to make the air you’re breathing more polluted than ever.
The best way to reduce this type of indoor air pollution is to switch to non-toxic services and products like our deep cleaning services , natural ingredient cleaners and Anti-mite ＆ Bed Bug Bedding Products.
Mites are so small they are virtually invisible without magnification.
Female mites lay cream-colored eggs coated with a sticky substance so eggs will cling to the substrate.
Mites have two distinct immature stages. Under optimal conditions, the entire life cycle from egg to adult takes three-four weeks.
House dust mites feed on human skin scales, pollen, fungi, bacteria and animal dander. Dust mites do not drink free water, but absorb water from the air and the environment.
Mites need very warm temperatures (23 – 27°C) and high humidity levels (70 – 80%) relative humidity.
Humans continually shed skin and lose about 1/5 ounce of dead skin each week. We also spend about one-third of our lives sleeping so high levels of dust mites are often associated with the bedroom, especially bedding and the mattress. Dust mites also eat animal dander so allergens will be plentiful in areas where family pets sleep.
Problems associated with dust mites
The concern about dust mites is people are allergic to them. Symptoms associated with dust mite allergies include sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, nasal stuffiness, runny nose, stuffy ears, respiratory problems, eczema and (in severe cases) asthma. Many people notice these symptoms when they stir dust during cleaning activities.
The droppings of house dust mites contain high levels of allergens. These allergens have enzymatic activities and will penetrate protective layers of the skin as well as mucous membrane. For people who are allergic to dust mites, exposure to these allergens will lead to allergic reaction. In fact, house dust mites are considered the most common allergens at home.