Do you find yourself sneezing more often in your home than you do in your office? When you lay on the floor in your home, do you get a tickle in your nose? Well it could be your carpet.After years of wear, dust and allergens can get trapped in the fibers of your carpet and become a nuisance to your nose and lungs and affect your allergies, asthma, and sinuses. To stop this from occuring, your carpet should be given a thorough and proffessional carpet cleaning every couple months to clear it of any trapped allergens including dust mites.

It is advisable to have your carpet professionally cleaned every 6 or 12 months. In between these cleanings, it is important to do some self-cleaning on your own to maintain your carpet in between cleanings.Also, to even further reduce allergens stored in your carpet and fabrics, make sure that no synthetic chemicals are used because they can also irritate your allergies.