The Importance of Regular Carpet Cleaning

5-19-16.jpgWhen it comes to carpet cleaning, people are often under the impression that carpets should be cleaned when they are dirty, or when a big event is about to happen.  While it is a fantastic idea to clean under both circumstances, your carpet should be regularly cleaned, at least every 6 to 12 months.  For those non-believers, we have put together a few benefits of regular carpet cleaning that will speak for themselves.

One of, if not, the biggest benefit to having your carpet professionally cleaned regularly is that it will help prolong the life of the carpet.  By cutting down on the dirt and debris that are lodged into your carpet, the individual fibers will be more resilient to whatever is thrown their way, keeping your carpet fresh and healthy

In addition, professionally cleaning your carpet on the regular will cut down on particles and microbes in the air, henceforth improving air quality and making you and your family less susceptible to illness.  Carpets can act as a magnet for pollutants, as the fibers will attract any impurities in the air.  Every time someone walks over the carpet, those impurities are released back into the air, which can cause health complications in some.  Not only that, but if the carpet gets wet every now and then, it can serve as a breeding ground for both bacteria and fungus.  Cleaning via a professional will eliminate these health risks.

Let alone the health and carpet-longevity benefits, having your carpet professionally cleaned every now-and-then will keep your house looking great all year round!

To start your routine of regular professional cleaning, give us a call today!  We can also set up a schedule with you, so that way your carpet will always stay looking the best it can be!  Regular carpet cleaning may seem like a silly idea to some, but it is one of the best things you can do your both your carpet and your family when you look at the benefits it can bring.  Call us for an appointment today!

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