Regular vacuuming is a good way to keep your carpeting clean. However, it won’t get rid of everything that may be lurking under the carpeting. Research by microbiologists has shown that carpets can contain around 200,000 bacteria per square inch.
Fleas can be brought into your home by your pet. There are more than 2000 types of fleas. Many of them are small and fast and can be difficult to spot.They might not be visible unless your pet is bitten or brushed.
Although they can live for many years, these pests usually die within a few months. You might find more of them hiding under your carpet if you allow them to stay there.
Dust mites, tiny organisms, live in warm and humid environments. They love soft furniture, such as pillows, mattresses, and carpets. These mites can be released into the air if you vacuum your carpet or step on it. They can also be inhaled, which can cause allergies.
Dust mites can be a problem no matter how clean your home is. You can control their spread and speed of reproduction. You can control how often they breed by vacuuming frequently, washing your bedding with hot water, and having your carpets professionally cleaned regularly.
Pet hair and skin cells
Not only do pets shed their hairs, but they also shed old skin cells. These can be used to feed microscopic insects such as dust mites, which will allow them to thrive on your carpet.
Pet hair and dander can cause allergies and worsen your air quality. Pests such as dust mites, like fleas, will also be attracted to your carpet. These mites can also get stuck deep within your carpet fibers making it more difficult to remove.
Another allergen that can cause irritation is pollen. Pollen can get in your windows and doors, causing allergy symptoms. Although you can vacuum to reduce your allergy symptoms, pollen can still settle in carpets and cause problems months later.
Bacteria is inevitable in any home. They can thrive on carpets.Salmonella and E. Coli are two common types of bacteria. They can be carried in by pets and even your shoes.
Other forms of bacteria such as mold and mildew can also be present. They thrive in warm, humid environments. Your carpet should not be wet.
There are many allergens and pests that can be found in carpets. You need to have your carpets cleaned regularly to avoid pest accumulation. Long & Son can help you clean your carpets effectively so that you have a fresher, cleaner home.
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