For a Healthier Indoor Environment...

For a healthier indoor environment, the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) recommends the following:

  • Vacuum frequently. A vacuum cleaner with a high efficiency filtration bag removes soils and bio-contaminants from carpet and upholstery and reduces the release of microscopic particles into the air.
  • Periodically have carpet and upholstery professionally cleaned. Thorough cleaning removes soil and pollutants to improve indoor air quality.
  • Control the sources. Entrance mats halt tracked-in soil and contaminants. Tobacco smoke, which is trapped in carpet and upholstery fabric, is a major source of indoor pollution.
  • Increase fresh air flow. Our ancestors knew what they were doing when they opened windows to air out buildings.
  • Clean for health. Carpet and upholstery fabric hide soil. Don't just clean for appearance and only when the accumulation of soil becomes visible.
 
 
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