Mold. It’s the bane of any carpet owner’s existence. Not only does it look unsightly and smell awful, it’s also dangerous: Breathing in mold spores can wreak havoc on your health! Getting rid of it can prove to be a challenge, but it isn’t impossible.
At Dr. Chem-Dry Carpet & Tile Cleaning, we strongly recommend you give us a call if you’ve got mold growing on your carpet. Here’s a few things you can do to help take control of the situation if mold gets on your carpet.
It can happen to the best of us. You get some beautiful carpet put in, and for years it serves you well. Then one day you notice something is amiss: Where once there was a full carpet there are now bald patches of missing fibers! What could have caused this? And how could it have been prevented?
At Dr. Chem-Dry Carpet & Tile Cleaning we know how unwelcome a development this can be. Are you wondering how you can tell if your carpet is balding? And what you can do about it? Read on as we address these pressing questions.
How often do you get your carpets cleaned? Odds are it’s probably not enough. Carpets need to be maintained on a regular basis to keep them looking good. They also need to be maintained to keep your home healthy.
At Dr. Chem-Dry Carpet & Tile Cleaning, we pride ourselves on our ability to turn any carpet into a good-as-new, pristine flooring dream. If you haven’t had a professional carpet cleaning done in awhile, don’t delay: Give us a call today! Here are some of the benefits that come with getting your carpet cleaned on a regular basis.
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.