Indoor Air Quality Cleaning
Indoor Air Quality – The Season’s Fresh Air
Hello again everyone, it's been a while since I blogged and quite frankly, there hasn't been much seasonally to write about. We have finally had some cold weather in the Pioneer Valley, not much snow either, so life has been good on that front.
I hope that everyone has opened the windows and doors in their buildings a bit and PURGED the stale old air out and let new fresher air in. There are a few things that you should be looking to have done at this time as well though and that is where we come into play. Duct cleaning removes the "junk" from your duct work. This gets rid of the majority of pollutants that have been pent up and wreaking havoc with our health.
Secondly, a good thorough carpet cleaning will remove pollutants and contaminates from your carpets and leave you with a cleaner "air filter" than you had before. As the air moves and filters through your building, people track dirt in from outside and every sneeze finally “lands”, impurities get caught up in the fibers of the carpet and linger there until removed. Basic cleaning will take care of this buildup and again, help cut down on indoor pollution levels. A simple hot water extraction, precondition and rinse or any of our six methods of carpet cleaning will assist in improving indoor air quality. You don’t need empowered water or enhance cleaning solutions to get this done. There is no magic wand, just simple cleaning.
It's really all about comfort and health when it comes to IAQ, the less "crud" in the environment, the better you will feel in the long run AND the better things will look as well.
SERVPRO of Hampshire County can help any of you out there that want to make sure that your IAQ is at its best possible.
Call us today to schedule a carpet or duct cleaning. Mention this blog and receive a sanitizer application or protectant application to your carpet cleaning at no additional charge. How can you beat that?
I will catch up to you all again next week! Here’s to a Healthy Indoor Air Quality and a Cleaner Week in Western Massachusetts!