Why Go Green?

Why should you clean your carpets?

  • The carpets in your home are considered an investment. Taking care of them accordingly will help to maintain the value of your home.
  • An average human sheds around 1 million skin cells each day. Where do they go when they fall off? Your carpets.
  • Pet dander is the human equivalent of skin cells. Pets shed skin cells and hair just as often as we do, except humans are not typically allergic to other humans. Those allergens that are shed by pets have to go somewhere, and guess where they go? Your carpets.
  • The dirtiest thing that comes into contact with your carpets are probably your shoes. Your shoes travel  into gas station bathrooms, supermarket parking lots, as well as your children’s sporting events. Essentially, all of those bacteria ridden places end up where? Your carpets.

How often should you clean your carpets?

  • We recommend that you clean your carpets every 3-6 months, depending on the level of traffic you have in your home. 
  • It is also important to note, that professional steam cleaning offers much more than renting a steam cleaner from your local supermarket. Professional steam cleaning is like a prescription version of an over the counter medicine. Professional steam cleaners can generate steam that is much hotter and can remove over 90% of the water left in your carpets.

Why Go Green?

  • Most commercial carpet cleaning soaps may leave behind harmful residues. 
  • The people you care about most (pets, toddlers, and infants) will spend most of their time closest to the carpet and closest to those residues.
  • “Green” carpet cleaning soaps are much more gentle and less abrasive. The heat from the steam contributes to the extinction of bacteria in your carpets, thus the non-organic abrasive soaps are not a necessity.
  • Although we mainly offer all-organic carpet cleaning services, we can also accommodate those who wish to use traditional carpet cleaning soaps. Please visit our Pricing page to compare our rates.

 

 

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