Allergy season can be a real drag. You know, when all of a sudden your throat feels scratchy, your nose starts running, and you can't stop sneezing? It's not fun. And it's even less fun when you're trying to enjoy your time at home, but all you can think about is how miserable you are.
Well, we have some good news for you: there's a lot you can do to make your home more allergy-friendly. And the best part is, it doesn't have to be hard!
Keeping Your Home Allergy Free
For starters, make sure you keep your carpets. Studies show that the average home in the United States collects 40 pounds of dust and contaminants each year. These contaminants; including dander, dust, pollen, and chemicals; are pulled into your carpet and even into your HVAC system. That's why it's so important to have your carpets cleaned regularly by a professional like Zerorez®. Not only will we clean your carpets deep down, but we will also help remove all the dirt and allergens.
Carpet cleaning is one of the best ways to get rid of all the dirt and allergens in your home because your carpet really is one giant air filter. Your carpet acts as a passive air filter by trapping dust, pollen, and other particles within its fibers. The amount of dust and other contaminants that carpet carries is unbelievable—and hard to see. When you don't see the dust and particles with your eyes, it can be easy to think that skipping your annual professional carpet cleaning service won't be a problem. Hopefully, after reading this article, you will realize the important relationship between carpet cleaning and your home's air quality.
Cleaner, Healthier Air Starts With Your Carpet.
Our thorough cleaning process has been lab-tested and proven to clean at the highest levels. When we come to clean, we don't just come to make your carpets look nice, but we aim to improve the overall health and cleanliness of your home.
Not only do we professionally clean carpets, but our highly-trained technicians are also qualified to clean upholstery, area rugs, mattresses, tile and grout, and other hard surfaces. We hope to continue serving your family by offering these services in the safest way possible.
So if you're looking for a way to make your home more allergy-friendly, give us a call.