Could dirty carpets, tile, stone, area rugs or upholstery be causing you allergies?
We spend on average 1/3 of our life sleeping, 99,117 hours at work and 11 years watching TV in our homes. This is why maintaining a clean home and place of business is extremely important. We spend most of our time at home and at work.
Coastal Breeze Checklist:
1) Vacuum, vacuum, vacuum! Make sure you are vacuuming regularly on a weekly basis. Our homes and offices are magnets for indoor allergens. This will improve indoor air quality.
2) Our homes and place of business are magnets for all types of allergens. There are many different types of allergens that can get brought in that include pet dander, dust mites, mold spores, pollen, fabrics, pesticides, house dust and house plants. These elements can settle on furniture, carpets and flooring. Clean your home on a regular basis at least once a week. Deep clean your home once a month.
3) Clean and circulate the air with appropriate indoor plants and air purifiers.
4) According to the EPA website their guidelines suggest “Poorly maintained areas such as carpet can actually release particles into the air.” Particles and debris from dust mites are common causes of allergies. Getting your carpets, upholstery, area rugs, tile & grout and other types of flooring cleaned regularly by a professional will definitely improve the air quality. It will eliminate some of these allergens making your home and place of work safer and cleaner for everyone. Using a portable machine is not effective enough to get the job done right. Hiring a reputable trustworthy professional like Coastal Breeze Carpet Care. Your safety is our #1 concern!