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How to Cope With Pet Allergies

How to Cope With Pet Allergies

Life with pets is rarely easy – especially if you are allergic. But, believe me when I feel that the advantage of providing my pet a loving home, it far outweighs the drawbacks of pet allergies! Pet lovers through the entire U.S. have successfully reduced their allergy symptoms so their own furry friend doesn’t have to be relocated, or worse, sent to animal control where they won’t get much or any chance at getting a loving home.

Recent research has revealed that approximately six to eight million dogs and cats enter U.S. shelters each year and 30 percent of those animals that were surrendered by the one family they ever knew; their owners. Roughly much less all healthy animals don’t make out the shelter system alive. The majority are euthanized due to fear; which in my opinion is unfair; especially since they’re scared and don’t know why their family abandoned them. Visit www.sacramentocarpetcleaning.pro for professional help.

Can Professional Steam Carpet Cleaning Help with my Pet Allergies?

Contrary to what most people believe, there’s no reason to remove your pet out of your home. Unless you have to be diagnosed with pet allergies that are not life threatening. … Read more

Best Carpet Cleaning Tips For Homeowners

Best Carpet Cleaning Tips For Homeowners

What do you do about all those “Lurking Things”

Dr. Michael Berry, Deputy Director of the Environmental Criteria and Assessment office of the Environmental Protection Agency stated, “Based on what I have learned in recent months from researchers working in the United States, Canada, and Western Europe, I have reached the conclusion that carpeting and fabrics not cleaned and properly maintained have the potential to cause a variety of health problems inside the building environment.” So what can you do about all these things that are lurking in your carpets? Visit our website.

  • Biocontaminants
  • Insoluble particulate soiling
  • Volatile organic compounds
  • Sand
  • Combustion products
  • Quartz
  • Asbestos
  • Gypsum
  • Dust mites
  • Soil
  • Epidermal waste
  • Dirt
  • Chemical contamination
  • Food particles
  • Migrated outdoor pollutants
  • Pesticides
  • Grease and oil deposits
  • Allergens

Big words, but what do they mean? Quite simply, if your carpet acts like a sink, then it filters and collects sources of soil, bacteria, allergens, and pollutants from the indoor environment. These contaminants are part of what makes your carpet “ugly-out.” This “collection” and “filtering” process allows carpet to trap contaminants within the carpet. Hard surface floors may allow these contaminants to continue to “roam” throughout the indoor environment. But like any filter, … Read more