The biggest enemy your carpet has is dirt. Foot traffic starts to grind the dirt into the fibers of your carpet. This causes the fibers to fray, unwind and then mat together.  The best defense against this type of carpet wear is frequent cleaning.

Indoor air quality is also affected by dirty carpets. In the 70ís, changes in construction and design led to airtight structures.  This helps your carpets and upholstery to act as environmental traps. Dirt and other contaminants build up and contribute to indoor air pollution.

For a healthy indoor environment follow these tips:

 

  • Vacuum often.  This removes soil and biocontaminants.
  • Place mats at entrances. This will help stop tracked in soil and other contaminants.
  • Increase fresh air flow. Open windows and air out your rooms.
  • Have carpets and upholstery professionally cleaned.  At least once a year, preferably twice.

Remember, carpets and upholstery hide soil.  Do not just clean for appearance.  A thorough and professional cleaning removes soil and pollutants to improve indoor air quality and prolong the life of your carpet.

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