Did you know that carpets can pose a serious health risk to children if not well-maintained? Children spend more time sitting on carpets, and young children especially are constantly putting their hands to their mouths. Since pollutants sink deep within a carpet's depths, professional cleaning is the best way to maintain healthy indoor health. Carpet cleaning can protect against health risks such as asthma, allergies, and other respiratory and cardiovascular ailments.
Home owners often purchase carpets because they increase a home's aesthetics and create an ambiance of warmth and comfort. However, homeowners are not the only ones who love carpets. Molds, dust, pollen and pesticides thrive in carpet's fibers. These uninvited guests are often difficult to remove with regular vacuums. In fact, vacuuming an absolutely filthy carpet can make matters worse by releasing contaminants trapped in the carpet back into the air. How can you make sure that your carpets are as clean as possible? Besides regular vacuuming, carpets need to be cleaned more thoroughly at least every 18 to 24 months. Professionals have the special equipment that gets to the deepest contaminants and removes them, as well as the experience to do so safely and efficiently.
Professionals employ various methods to remove tough stains, dust, and dirt. Popular techniques include, but are not limited to, the following: