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Why Should You Clean Your Carpets?

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Why Should You Clean Your Carpets?

Carpets looking and smelling like they could do with a refresh? Perhaps it’s time to give them a clean.

The truth is that every time you step on your carpet, you are transferring dirt and bacteria from your feet onto the fibres. This can accumulate over time and become a serious health hazard to you and
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But do not worry, simply cleaning your carpet regularly can eliminate a range of issues and keep them looking great. In this article, discover all the benefits of cleaning your carpets, regular cleaning from Chem-Dry results in well-maintained carpets. Customers benefit from a reduction in allergens, dirt and dust – creating a healthier environment.

Unique Chem-Dry Facts

  • 80% less moisture that other carpet cleaning processes
  • No soapy residue which can accelerate carpet re-soiling
  • Safe for wool and manmade carpet fibres
  • No shrinkage – guaranteed
  • Dries in 1-2 hours, significantly reducing the risk of mould, bacteria and mildew growth
  • Richness of bright, vibrant colours restored
  • Most stains can be removed
  • Embedded coarse grit removed to extend the life of your carpet/rug
  • Flattened pile lifted
  • Protection treatment to help resist future staining and soiling
  • Safe for children and pets
  • Suitable for virtually all types of carpets/rugs/upholstery
  • Optional anti-allergen treatment for asthma sufferers

Improves your health

Carpet fibres trap dirt, bacteria, pet hair and other pollutants. Though they may be hard to see on the surface, these pollutants are building up deep within the carpet fibres. A build-up of bacteria and other pollutants can have serious consequences for the health and wellbeing of those who frequent the area, as well as the condition of the carpet itself.

The dirtier your carpet is, the greater the chance that you will breathe in some of the pollutants festering in the fibres. A dirty carpet can exacerbate allergies, causing breathing difficulties and other symptoms.

Luckily, all of these issues can be avoided by cleaning the carpet regularly. Cleaning your carpet eliminates dirt, bacteria and other harmful toxins from the fibres, so you can relax (and your children can roll around!) safely.

Eliminates bad smells

Anything that remains dirty is going to start to smell over time. However, as people walk over a dirty carpet, they are brushing foul dust and dirt into the air. This can quickly spread a bad odour throughout a room.

It’s common not to be able to smell your own home — but visitors certainly can. You might not realise quite how bad the smell might be, so it’s always best to clean your carpet regularly to avoid any awkward comments from friends and family.

Keeps your carpet looking great

Clean carpets are bold, plush and welcoming. They set the tone of a room and create a great impression of your home. Keep your carpets looking great and the rest of the room will follow.

Extends your carpet’s life span

Over time, the dirt and grime in your carpet will degrade the fibres, causing irreversible damage. The longer your carpet goes without being cleaned, the greater the chance that irreparable damage has been done. Investing in quality carpet cleaning may save you money in the long run, as you won’t need to replace your carpets as frequently.

At Chem-Dry Harrogate, we offer domestic carpet cleaning and upholstery cleaning to customers in Harrogate, York and Leeds. Whether you are looking for a one-off clean or disaster restoration, we have the team, the tools and the determination to help. We also offer deep cleans to protect your homes and commercial premises from COVID-19.

Enjoy beautiful, clean, and safe carpets. Call our carpet cleaning professionals today to find out how we can help you on 01423 325 880.


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