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4 Reasons Why You Should Have Your Carpets Professionally Cleaned Before Going Back to School

Aug 24, 2018

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Take a moment and think through the various ways that your carpets can get dirty. When people enter your home, they track in everything that their feet have passed through – including dirt and mud, bacteria, food particles and more. Over time, these things can accumulate and make your carpet not only look dingy and dirty but also be unhealthy for you and your family. To help improve your overall health and the look of your carpet, you should have your carpets professionally cleaned before your kids head back to school. Here are some reasons to have your carpet cleaned before the school year starts:

  • Carpet is a natural collector of allergens. It can hold onto in pollen from plants, dander from pets and dust that can add to the triggers that may set off a person’s asthma or allergies.
  • The start of fall means back to school for kids. In these environments, they will attract viruses, bacteria, and all sorts of germs that they will track home and leave in the carpet. Having your carpets cleaned can help minimize the impact these harmful germs have on your family.
  • Mold can collect in your carpet if it is not taken care of on a regular basis. As the mold grows, it releases spores that can become airborne. These spores can affect the health of everyone living in your home. Having your carpets cleaned can greatly reduce the chance of mold spores becoming airborne.

The school year is fast approaching and time is running out to have your carpets cleaned. Now’s the time to contact the experts at ServiceMaster of Spartanburg. We have the knowledge and expertise to clean your carpets thoroughly to help keep you healthy this fall. Contact us today!

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