Despite its svelte appearance, carpet frequently bears bacteria, dust, allergens, and other perilous toxins that affect indoor air quality and could potentially make you sick.
It’s luxurious, it’s convenient, and it’s affordable. But if you’ve found yourself suffering from asthma or allergy related health problems as of lately – your carpet could be to blame. You spend countless hours vacuuming, swapping out air filters, and striving to keep allergens at bay, but your prudent efforts seem to be in vain. Chances are, when you wake up and make the trek across your house or apartment each morning, you don’t think twice about what’s hiding beneath the carpet. The reality is that many are unaware of the significant role carpet plays in determining the quality of indoor air, and ultimately lack knowledge of how to properly clean and maintain their carpet.
After a carpet is cleaned, several procedures must be implemented to protect and preserve the fibers. If you chose to work with Dan Dan the Carpet Man, you can cleanse every space in your home professionally, and keep each area in optimum condition. According to our award-winning service technicians, the process of caring for carpeting won’t be challenging if you invest in:
- A deep cleaner
- Chair mats
- Spot cleaners
We know that life can get dirty, and the carpets in our houses seem to constantly hold on to all that grim and dirt that gets tracked inside. With that understanding, our company offers three different levels of carpet cleaning. We are also really proud of the well-trained experts that will come out to do the carpet cleaning as they know exactly what to do when it comes to different types of carpets, the treatments needed for it to be clean, and how to give customers a quality service in a professional manner. Our three different levels (Good Samaritan, Hero, and Super Hero) provide specific services and can fit nearly any budget.
Clean carpets improve the aesthetics of one’s humble abode and can extend the lifespan of the fabric. Too frequent cleaning, however, can aggravate the natural wear and tear of the carpet and accelerate the decline of quality. Thus, a homeowner must strive for a balance in between never getting carpets cleaned and over-cleaning and, consequently, overpaying for it.