Properly cleaned carpet will relieve irritating allergies that cause itchy eyes, endlessly runny noses and threaten the overall health of your household.
|What else lurks in your carpet?|
The picture above is of a dust-mite. Besides being ugly he is a major cause of allergies in households all over the world. You can't see him, he's too small but you can definitely feel his presence - red eyes, itching, stuffy nose, irritated throat. This guy leaves a residue in your carpet that causes many allergic reactions.
Dust mites are the major cause of allergies in over 22 million households in the US. If you have asthma, allergies, emphysema, or breathing difficulties, one source of your problem could be living in your carpet.
But the dust-mite is not the only culprit. There
are a host of other residues in your carpet which
also produce allergic reactions like pollens, animal
dander, mold and tobacco residue.
The truth is that there are more allergy causing elements inside your home than outside in the open air. Most of these elements lie in your carpet. That's why carpet care is crucial to household health.
Remove these allergy-causing agents from your carpet for better health. How do you remove these allergens from your carpet? Most vacuums do not pick them up. The particles are too small. Even expensive vacuums won't do the trick. In fact, a vacuum will often stir up these particles exposing you to airborne allergens.
It's important to have your carpets cleaned regularly. We recommend every eight months. Regular carpet maintenance will deliver better health and great looking carpet year-round.