Have you had your air ducts cleaned? Have you wondered if its worth it? EVERYONE should get their air ducts cleaned! It’s even more important to get your air ducts cleaned if anyone has health conditions, new to move in, or your house has had disaster cleanup from mold, fire, smoke, or water damage.
Here are the Top 5 Reasons to Clean your Air Ducts
Cleaner Home Environment – Removing the dust and contaminants out of your home’s ductwork, including the registers and diffusers, improves the air quality inside of your house. It will reduce the dust circulating in the air, making it more hygienic.
Reduces Allergens & Irritants – Air ducts can contain harmful pollutants and micro-organisms including mildew, pet dander, bacteria, pollen, mold spores, and other toxins. This is especially important to people living with respiratory conditions such as asthma or allergies and for homes that have experienced disasters such as water, smoke, mold, or fire damage.
Better Smells – Cleaning your ductwork may decrease offensive odors. This may be very important when you first move in to a home.
Breathe Easier – Accumulated dust circulating the home can trigger more sneezing and coughing, even for healthy individuals, along with other sinus congestion issues. Who wouldn’t want to breathe cleaner air?
Save Money on your Energy Bill – Increased air flow through your AC ducting increases your air conditioner efficiency, potentially saving you 25-40% on your energy bill!
At Pure Cleaning & Restoration, we offer quality cleaning for your air ducts and dryer vents. Call us at 801-750-2928 to schedule.
There is nothing better than lounging on your couch and spending time with family, unless it’s dirty and covered in stains. Here are some professional tips to keep your upholstery cleaner longer so you can enjoy your sofas and chairs for many years to come!
About once a week, get a handheld vacuum or use your vacuum attachment to lightly clean your sofas and chairs. Vacuum under the cushions and reach in the crevices where the crumbs, items, and particles tend to fall. You can also use a lint roller to grab the pet hair the vacuum missed.
The cushions on your couch can use occasional fluffing every few weeks to spread out the filling. Flip and rotate the cushions over every month or so.
Adding ScotchGuard to your fabric furniture is like adding an invisible plastic guard. This pre-treatment seeps into the upholstery and prevents dirt and oils from getting into the fabric.
Block out the Sun
The rays from the sun can continually damage the upholstery daily. Covering your windows with blinds or drapery will extend the life of your furniture and carpet.
Proper Stain Removal
When you buy your furniture, read the tags to find out how to remove stains. Tip: Don’t remove the tags because you may forget the instructions later. Most tags contain the following codes for cleaning:
WS: Use a mild detergent with a steam vacuum or a dry cleaning detergent
S: Use a dry cleaner detergent only
X: Use a vacuum only. No water
W: You can use water to clean it
For most fabrics, you can use a clean rag and simple clear dish soap (Dawn) then blot the stain instead of wiping. Let dry before trying again. It may take a few passes to remove the stain.
Its essential to get regular Professional Cleaning to keep your upholstery cleaner longer. At Pure Cleaning, we evaluate each piece of your furniture to make sure we handle the material correctly. Then, we begin our cleaning process of either hot water extraction with low pressure or a dry cleaning method. We clean anything from sofas, chairs, cars and leather. To schedule, please call 801-750-2928.
Weather is getting cooler, leaves are changing colors, days are getting shorter, and your house needs some extra cleaning before winter. Here is a free Fall Cleaning Checklist from your Utah Carpet Cleaners, Pure Cleaning & Restoration Services. Remember, we provide cleaning services that can help speed up your Fall Cleaning along with improving the cleanliness and air quality. We can help with cleaning carpets, upholstery, rugs, hard floors, tile/grout, windows, air ducts, and restoration services from mold, fire, and water.
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