Allergy season is upon us; but did you know that the root cause of your allergy symptoms could actually be something that’s right there in your home? So even if you are careful not to go outside, you could be getting “home sick” as a result of allergens that are building up in your house. And this could happen even if you consider your house to be relatively clean. Take a look at this infographic to learn about some of the most common causes of allergens that could be in your home, and what steps you can take to stop them from wreaking havoc with your allergies.
The weather is getting warmer and spring season is in full swing causing approximately 50 million Americans to sneeze and rub their eyes. To some the warmer time of year is a welcome change from the winter time in Arizona, but also a wide variety of allergens like pollen are in the air, which can find its way into your carpets and upholstery. Regular carpet cleaning and cleaning your tile, grout or stone helps keep your floors free from dust, dirt, allergens and even mold. Stay away from do-it-yourself carpet cleaners and steam cleaning which can over-wet your carpets and create a breeding ground for mold and mildew. At Dr. Chem-Dry we use 80% less water than the average steam cleaner, leaving your carpets Drier, Cleaner and Healthier®. This is a vital part of keeping allergies at bay keeping you and your family from suffering with a running nose and itchy eyes. This way you can enjoy the warm weather and longer days. Here some other tips to help you keep your home healthier and allergy free!
Carpets have got a lot going for them. They’re soft and comfortable. They look wonderful and can make any room look more lush and inviting. The downside to carpeting, though, is that it can trap allergens inside it which could make your allergies go haywire if you don’t clean your carpets.
At Dr. Chem-Dry Carpet & Tile Cleaning, we’re experts at cleaning your carpets and making them allergen-free. If you’re wondering why your carpets may be triggering your allergies, check out this list of the five most common allergens you can find on your carpets.
Do you find yourself sneezing at home on a regular basis? Is your living room giving you a case of the sniffles? If it seems your allergies won’t give you any peace at home and you don’t know why, the answer to your problems could be underneath your feet.
At Dr. Chem-Dry Carpet & Tile Cleaning, we know that cleaning your carpets can give your home all kinds of benefits. Cleaning your carpets can make your home look nicer and be more hygienic, but did you also know that it can help your health? Clean carpets can be the difference between allergy relief and aggravation. Here’s why getting your carpet cleaned can help your allergies.
Every pet owner knows that adding an animal friend to your life can bring you a lot of love and companionship. It can also bring you a lot of messes to clean up. No matter how well you train your pets, it’s only a matter of time before an accident happens. Pet stains can be hard to clean, they can warp your floors and leave a bad odor in your home. You might think if you have stone floors that you won’t have to worry about the corrosive effects of pet urine, but you’d be wrong.
If you can think of a stain, we’ve cleaned it. At Dr. Chem-Dry, we have years of experience working with home and business owners to keep their places clean and tidy. We’ve seen firsthand just how damaging pet stains can be on carpet and stone flooring. Here are some things that all pet owners with stone flooring should keep in mind.
There’s nothing as thrilling as bringing home a new baby, but the weeks leading up to the new addition to your family can be stressful as you prepare by clean every last inch of your home.
If you’re preparing for a newborn, let Dr. Chem-Dry help. We’ll take the stress of preparation off your shoulders and give your carpets a deep, healthy clean.