More than 83% of the American household has any kind of carpet in their house. Therefore, there are many issues that carpet holders are not aware of such as trap pollutants like dust mites, pet dander, cockroach allergens, particle pollution, lead, mold spores, pesticides, dirt and dust, pet accidents, chemicals.
Mold in carpets can cause a variety of health problems, from a runny nose to a headache to hair loss. Mold can be especially deadly for people who have respiratory problems like COPD or asthma. There’s a potential that dermatitis, a sort of skin irritation, will develop if mold is present in your carpets.
When mold growth has progressed to the point that it is visible on your carpet, you will see discolored areas. White, black, or various hues of green are the most common colors for these dots. Remember that the area beneath your carpet may become discolored before the carpet itself.
The way we treat mold is first by treating the carpet with our organic sanitizer disinfect solution. Then, steeming high-temperature water combined with our special mold removing solution in high pressure directly to the infected and requested parts. Lastly, we vacuum the water from the carpet for best result and fast dry process. We eliminate odor, stains, bad texture, and kill the obstinate bacteria.
After the process, your carpet will be revived, clean and healthy.
What are dust mites?
House dust mites are microscopic insects that feed on the dead skin cells that humans and their pets produce on a regular basis. The majority of people are unaffected by dust mites. They don’t spread diseases. However, asthmatics and those who are allergic to their feces may get allergic reactions.
Carpeting in the bedroom is particularly bothersome since it exposes you to carpet dust all night. Dust mites, pollen, pet dander, and other allergens are much easier to keep off hard-surface flooring like vinyl, tile, or wood.
The amount of an allergen necessary to trigger a reaction varies substantially from person to person. Congestion, sneezing, runny nose, chest tightness, and wheezing are common upper and lower respiratory symptoms among allergy sufferers. Itching, watery eyes, and eczema or rashes are some of the other symptoms.
What are the signs and symptoms of a pet accident? Pet mishaps, particularly pet urine, have a strong odor that irritates the lungs. Even modest quantities (50ppm – OSHA’s exposure threshold limit) can irritate the eyes and skin quickly.
The transmission of harmful germs and viruses can be caused through exposure to urine, feces, and other bodily fluids such as vomit and blood. The following bacteria, viruses, and parasites can be attracted to and grown in dog feces: Salmonella is a bacterium that causes food poisoning (bacteria) Giardia lamblia is a parasitic worm.
(IICRC) recommends that carpets be cleaned at a maximum, every 12-18 months.