HVAC Reduces the Lifespan of Carpet & Indoor Air Quality
Carpets are great for traction and noise control, but they can hide allergens, dust, bacteria, and other pollutants that affect indoor air quality. Your heating and air-conditioning systems are not helping either as they significantly contribute to poor indoor air quality. With as much time as humans spend inside, this repeated exposure to allergens and airborne particles can impact respiratory conditions.
Several factors contribute to poor indoor air quality, but poorly maintained carpet significantly lowers the quality of air and reduces the lifespan of your carpet. Thus regular maintenance of your carpet and HVAC system can improve the conditions inside your home.
HVAC Systems Push Contaminants Into Carpet
Carpet does trap contaminants rather than letting them circulate throughout the house; however, if left in the carpet for too long, it can create a breeding ground for mold and bacteria. Your HVAC will push this debris down into your carpet, and with heavy foot traffic, it gets ground down deeper into the floor. Vacuuming does remove some of the contaminants, but regular professional carpet cleaning is most useful to restore them to their former glory.
Your carpet takes a beating every day. Between heavy foot and pet traffic to dirt and grime tracked in from outside, not to mention the dust and debris pushed out through your HVAC system, your carpet will quickly lose its “like new” appearance.
Steam Pro Inc has over thirty years of experience and offers the best carpet and air duct cleaning services in Denver, Colorado. We use 100% green, pet-friendly products and guarantee customer satisfaction with our proven three-step process.
Are you ready to revitalize your carpet and air? Give us a call today!