• We remove Carpet Pollutants:

    Tupelo Miss is no different and perhaps even more difficult in our region than other states less humide. Carpets may trap pollutants like dust mites, pet dander, cockroach allergens, particle pollution, lead, mold spores, pesticides, dirt and dust. Toxic gases in the air can stick to small particles that settle into carpets. These pollutants may become airborne during renovations, vacuuming or even daily activities like walking on the carpet. If you would like to get more details from the Americal Lung Association, you can learn more how Clean Carpets can provide better health for family.

     

    We remove Carpet Bacteria:

    Additionally, carpet can harbor biological contaminants like bacteria, viruses, and fungi that could potentially compromise the health of the home's occupants. People in the Tupelo Miss region know that our climate can make it very difficult to keep carpets clean. You should clean them as frequently as possible, almost every 6 months to a 12 month timeframe. Indoor allergens such as dust mites and pet dander are a common problem for many people, particularly those with allergies or asthma. Dust mites, which are microscopic creatures, thrive in environments such as carpets where there is ample food supply (like human skin cells) and moisture. Similarly, pet dander—small, even microscopic, flecks of skin shed by cats, dogs, rodents, birds, and other animals with fur or feathers—can also accumulate in carpets and cause allergic reactions. Cockroach allergens also constitute a serious problem, particularly in urban environments. These allergens come from cockroach saliva, droppings, and the decomposing bodies of these pests. Research has shown that they can trigger serious allergic reactions and even asthma attacks.

     

    We remove Particles in Carpet:

    Particle pollution, or particulate matter, includes a mix of solids and liquid droplets suspended in air. This pollution can be composed of a range of particles, such as soot or smoke, and larger particles such as dust, dirt, or pollen. These particles can get trapped in carpets and may become a significant source of indoor pollution.

    Lead and pesticides, brought in from outdoors, can accumulate in carpets over time. Lead, which can cause a host of health problems, particularly in children, can be brought in from contaminated soil or flaking household paint. Similarly, pesticides used in and around the home can be tracked in on shoes and become lodged in carpet fibers.

    Mold spores are another common pollutant that carpets can trap. Mold is a type of fungus that reproduces by releasing spores into the air. When these spores land on damp spots, mold can begin to grow. Mold can cause allergic reactions, trigger asthma attacks, and in severe cases, cause toxic mold syndrome.

    In conclusion, while carpets can add comfort and aesthetic value to a home, they can also become a reservoir for a variety of indoor pollutants. Therefore, maintaining cleanliness through regular vacuuming with a HEPA filter vacuum and periodic deep cleaning can help to reduce the level of pollutants in the carpet, enhancing indoor air quality and reducing potential health risks.