Health Benefits of Professional Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning
Many people clean their homes to keep it in tip top condition, however not many people regularly clean their carpet. Cleaning your carpet won’t just improve the aesthetic appearance of your home; it will also help to eliminate any toxins and pollutants that might be trapped in the carpet fibres. Many people won’t realize how dirty their carpet is until they have it cleaned, and you can really help to benefit your family’s health by hiring a professional to do the job for you.
Eliminate Trapped Toxins & Pollutants
Recent research shows that there is a wide range of pollutants and toxins that can become trapped in your carpet and upholstery, from dander to cockroach allergens, dirt and even heavy metals. Every time you walk on your carpet, you disturb these allergens, and this can lead to problems if you already have an existing health condition. By having your carpet cleaned, you can help to eliminate these toxins, leaving your carpet clean and pollutant free.
Mites and other critters might infest your home, and your carpet and upholstery provides the perfect environment for them. Although these critters don’t directly cause allergies, their faeces can. Because the mites and remains are so small, they can easily be inhaled, causing a reaction to you and your family members. Heat remains to be a very effective way of removing these critters, and this can all be done by simply having your carpet professionally cleaned.
If you live in an area which has high humidity, you may notice that you carpets are very prone to mould growth. This is especially the case if you have the heating on quite a lot in your home. Fungi and mould thrive in these conditions, posing as a health risk to you and your family. A professional carpet cleaning utilising hot water extraction will kill the mould, as well as preventing it from coming back, giving you peace of mind.
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