• Pet Allergies

    It is estimated that there are more than 100 million pets in the United States and more than 70% of American homes have a dog or a cat or both. We are attached to our pets for a variety of reasons including unconditional love, companionship, security and comfort to name a few.                           However, according to the Humane Society of the United States, approximately 15% of[...]

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    Dust Mite Allergies

    Some sources indicate that dust mites are responsible for 25% of all allergies and are the most important cause of asthma worldwide. These sources further indicate that perhaps 15-20% of the earth’s population is severely allergic to dust mite allergen! Physician organizations such as the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI) states that dust mite feces are a major source of [...]

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    Hot Water Extraction vs Steam Cleaning

    Although there is an industrial cleaning process that is in fact steam cleaning, in the context of carpet cleaning, "steam cleaning" is usually a misnomer for or mischaracterization of the hot water extraction cleaning method. The hot water extraction cleaning method uses equipment that sprays heated water (not steam), sometimes with added cleaning chemicals, on the carpet while simultaneously [...]

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    Carpet Cleaning Process

    Before your carpet is cleaned please remove breakables and items from tables and other furniture that will be moved by our crew. Remove all small items such as boxes, magazines, shoes, etc. in the areas to be cleaned. Also, arrange for pets and children to be away from the area where we are cleaning. Step 1: Pre-Inspection Every great carpet cleaning experience starts with a proper [...]

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    Understanding Allergies and Asthma

    An allergen is a substance found in the indoor or outdoor environment that is normally harmless to most people. Inhalation is the most common route for allergens, including those found in the indoor environment, to enter the body. Other allergens enter the body through ingestion (food allergies), skin contact (dermatitis) or injection (drug or bee sting allergies). The first step in the [...]

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