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3 Reasons to Spring Clean Your Carpets and Rugs


After a long winter, it’s a good idea to invest in a professional carpet cleaning. Throughout the cold months, boots and shoes trek in snow, dirt, and other outdoor elements that can find a home in your carpets. Not only does this cause your carpets to become discolored, but it also makes your carpets a potential health hazard. Just vacuuming your carpet won’t be able to provide the same thorough results as a professional deep cleaning. Here are a few reasons why you should consider a professional carpet cleaning this spring.

Remove trapped pollutants. Indoor allergens such as pet dander, dirt, dust, cockroach allergens, and pollutants can get trapped in your carpets and aggravate respiratory health problems. A professional cleaning will get down deep into your carpets to remove all of the build-up and bacteria that are trapped. 


Remove stains and discoloring. A professional cleaning will make your carpet look new again by removing stains and any discoloring that has occurred. Not only does this improve the overall appearance of your carpet, but it can also extend the lifespan of your carpets, saving you money in the long run. 


Remove dust mites. Many homes have dust mite problems they are not aware of. Dust mites are microscopic in size and live in carpets and rugs. They leave behind feces and body parts which can get into the air, be inhaled, and worsen any allergy problems. Luckily, a professional cleaning is able to kill the dust mites with hot water and remove anything they leave behind.

If you are due for a professional carpet cleaning, call our team. Our expert technicians are trained to know the correct temperatures for your carpets and are ready to show you astounding results.

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Anchorage, AK 99515

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Fairbanks, AK 99709

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