NEW CARPET CLEANING
The sight of new carpet in a home is wonderful. It is so clean and so colorful. But there are fumes too. Those fumes are from various toxins and chemicals from the carpet manufacturer. The best way to get rid of the fumes is new carpet cleaning.
The most common reason for hiring a Bloomington carpet cleaner is because your carpet appears dirty or there is a bad stain or two. That probably isn’t true with new carpet but you should still consider call a local carpet cleaning company.
That is because of the volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, present in new carpet. After carpet installation, the carpet will produce intense toxic fumes form VOCs for 72 hours. The fumes will subside somewhat after the first 72 hours but will still remain until the VOCs are gone from the carpet.
You can open your windows and run ceiling fans for better ventilation in your home after carpet installation, but that won’t get rid of the VOCs. The only way to ensure the toxins and VOCs are gone is with deep carpet cleaning.
This is even more important if you live with children or pets. You don’t want children or pets to inhale VOCs and toxins for too long. Your top priority is the health and safety of everyone that lives in your home.
Chem-Dry of Bloomington carpet cleaning removes toxins and VOCs from new carpet and loose shedding that occurs as well.
Our green cleaning solution, The Natural®, penetrates the new carpet and lifts the toxins to the surface. Then our Hot Carbonating Extraction (HCE) equipment extracts all of the VOCs from the carpet and disposes of them in waste tanks attached to our suction hoses.
Then the carpet dries and your new carpet is truly fresh and clean and free of all dirt and all toxins and VOCs.
If you schedule carpet cleaning for your new carpet one time every year it should last anywhere from 10-20 years. It is important to properly care for carpet to extend its lifetime and maintain its quality.
Did you just install new carpet? Call (812) 287-9886 to schedule superior carpet cleaning from Chem-Dry of Bloomington.