Qualify the people who work in your home.

Look for a cleaner who can answer these questions:

  • Will they vacuum prior to cleaning? Vacuuming is a necessary step to get your carpet as clean as possible. After conducting a recent survey we found over 70{7c5a46e7e2ef4251ebbbebc726b5c81c0e3bcded662c22a8f6c71de3257d04ea}of carpet cleaners do not vacuum prior to cleaning.
  • Will they be using a vacuum with zero emission? You want these contaminants trapped, rather than released back into the air to be breathed in. Most vacuums, even with HEPA filters allow small particulate to escape back into the air.
  • Are their cleaning products green and hypo-allergenic? Some cleaners still use cleaners that are dangerous to the environment as well as us.

Is your family’s health at risk because of your home?

Here are some sobering statistics and findings most of us don’t know: Over the past century man has produced over 60,000 new chemicals, many of which are toxic. Each year man produces over 2000 new chemicals!

  • We track most contamination into our homes and businesses from outside on the soles of our shoes, our pets paws and on our clothing.
  • Many contaminants come from cleaning products, insecticides, pesticides and other chemicals we use in and around our homes.
  • Our appliances, furnishings and the construction byproducts also leave some contamination behind. 80{7c5a46e7e2ef4251ebbbebc726b5c81c0e3bcded662c22a8f6c71de3257d04ea} of pesticides are found indoors. We spend more time indoors than ever before. On average we spend up to 90 percent of our time indoors.

4 Critical Factors You Must Know Before Letting Anyone Clean Your Carpet

Carpet and furnishings collect and contain harmful bacteria, soil, dust, pollen, and other HARMFUL bio-contaminates. The EPA suggests carpets be cleaned every 6 months to eliminate these hazards. They also found truck mounted, hot water extraction can be up to 15 times more effective compared to vacuuming every day.

Do you know what’s hiding in your dust?

Studies have found; lead, arsenic, pesticides, herbicides, fire retardants, asbestos, bacteria, over 1000 different microbes, allergens, and many other toxic chemicals in common house dust. Most are tracked in but some come from household furnishings, combustion appliances, and electronics.