Carpets are a fantastic addition to any home. Not only do they add colour, reduce noise & heat loss, and are soft and cosy, but they are actually good for your health. Carpets act as a filter to help trap and hold nasties such as dust mites and other allergy inducing micro irritants like pollens, mould and fungus spores, bacteria, chemical pollutants and other various dirt and debris. This means they aren't flying about in the air and being breathed in by you.
On the down side all that dust and debris in your carpets, and in particular abrasive particles like sand, accelerate the wear of your carpet. Constantly walking back and forth across your carpet helps to grind that sandy soil in to the fibres, wearing them away.
As with any filter, eventually it fills up and stops working. Vacuuming regularly can greatly reduce this effect but it won't get rid of all of it. Why doesn't vacuuming alone do the job? Well, have you started to notice darker areas where you walk more regularly? These "traffic lanes" absorb oily residue from the air, accidental spills and the soles of your shoes and this in turn starts "sticking" the soil to the carpet. If left too long the combination of oils, dirt and chemicals can start to discolour the carpet fibres permanently. So if you can already see these areas in your carpets, then it is certainly time to get them professionally cleaned. Get them cleaned before you start to see traffic lanes! Our high quality residential carpet cleaning in Bath will bring your dirty carpets back to life.
If you get your residential carpets cleaned every 6 to 8 months, before those traffic lanes start to appear, you'll greatly increase the life of your carpets and improve the health of you whole family at the same time.
We offer our residential carpet cleaning in Bath, Melksham, Corsham, Trowbridge, Keynsham, Bradford-on-Avon and further afield.