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10/15/2014
Not only do clean carpets look better and last longer, but having clean carpets throughout your home avoids a number of unpleasant side effects associated with dirty carpeting. Cleanpro in Cleveland presents three reasons to keep your carpeting clean.

Eliminate Trapped Pollutants

Not only does everyday dirt and dust get trapped on and between the fibers of your carpet. Dirty carpeting can retain a huge number of other unpleasant pollutants, such as pet dander, bacteria, dust mites and pollen. These trapped pollutants are released whenever you walk on or even vacuum your carpet, and can affect the quality of the air in your home. Professional cleaning can remove these pollutants, keeping your home cleaner and healthier.

Prevent Allergies and Asthma Attacks

Along with pollen, dust mites are a common cause of allergic reactions and asthma attacks. The microscopic particles of feces and body fragments that they leave behind can be released into the air if your carpeting is disturbed, where they are then easily inhaled. Prevent this from happening by ensuring your carpet is kept clean.

Prevent Mold Growth

Mold in the home is not just unsightly, but can be bad for your health. The presence of mold has been linked with respiratory tract issues such as coughing, wheezing, and asthma attacks. There are also links between the presence of mold in the home during childhood and an increased likelihood of developing asthma. Take steps to prevent the build up of mold on your carpeting, and if mold is present be sure to remove it completely.

Keeping your carpet clean on an everyday basis will help alleviate any negative effects of dirty carpeting, but to ensure your carpets are as clean as they can possibly be, call (330) 657-2113 to get the best carpet cleaning in Cleveland with Cleanpro.

Remember, “Don’t steam your carpets, CLEAN your carpets!”

Contact Jim Sadens
(330) 657-2113

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