Can Clean Carpet Keep Your Office From Getting Sick?
And, if you’re an employer, you might be looking for creative ways to keep your team healthy. After all, a sick workforce can have a huge impact on your bottom line.
One way to improve air quality and reduce sickness?
There is a common myth surrounding carpet’s effect on the air around us. You may have heard, like many, that carpeting reduces indoor air quality, but based on the findings of the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI), scientific fact proves the contrary:
“Carpet is better for indoor air quality because it acts as a filter by trapping allergens and keeping them out of the breathing zone. In fact, there is no scientific study linking the rise of allergies and asthma to the use of carpet.”
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How Clean Carpet Improves Air Quality
A clean carpet is one of the best ways to improve the air quality in your office.
If you have carpet in your office building, keeping it clean is the best way to eliminate the negative effects of bacteria and allergens – especially during this time of year.
That’s why it’s important so partner with a carpet cleaner that is effective in remove everything from your carpet – not just the dirt you can see.
At DPM Care, we don’t just clean your carpet; we neutralize 90% of all allergens, bacteria, and fungi in your environment using our Spectrum™ process, while significantly improving indoor air quality.
Our SaniClean™ process takes green cleaning a step further, eliminating 99% of all microbial and organic contaminants in your carpet. Scientific testing proves it.
Let your carpet work hard for you! Vacuum your carpet regularly and take advantage of preventative cleaning to keep germs away from your office.
Your employees will thank you.
Want to achieve a higher degree of clean with your carpets? Request a free demo to see our proven process in action.