As the holidays come to a close, we're left to endure the rest of the cold winter season. With cozy blankets on hand and the heater turned up on high, we know these winter months can feel better spent indoors. Don't forget though, this month can also translate to the cold and flu. As we spend more time indoors, it's important to prepare your home. Without a professional cleaning, your home is left to the dangers of germs and bacteria below the surface of your carpets.
What gets brought onto your carpet?
Winter boots are great for venturing out into the cold, but not for walking on your carpets. Snowy shoes can easily bring in snow, dirt, and mud. This spreads bacteria around your home and leads to those pesky visible foot traffic lines. Snow can also present challenges, as we know it will eventually melt. This results in water seeping below the surface of your carpets and onto your carpets pad and backing. If left untreated, this can result in the unwanted growth of mold and mildew. This is why a professional carpet cleaning is critical in the winter months.
When it's cold outside, it's often our first instinct to turn up the heat. However, it's important to remember that heaters can circulate dust and other particles around your home. These will eventually land on your carpets and embed themselves, leading to an increase in allergens within your home.
The Zerorez Solution:
We offer the solution to beat the overall "ickiness" winter can present. Our state of the art cleaning process provides you with superior results. Zerorez does not use harsh soaps, toxic chemicals, or detergents.
Stay Healthy this Winter:
The cold weather is bound to keep us indoors more than usual. This makes it even more important to maintain a clean and healthy home. Get back to clean with Zerorez and make sure your family is healthy (and safe!) for the rest of the winter and the start of the New Year!
*Book online today or call (317) 759-9590 to see what Zerorez can do for you. Zerorez serves greater Indianapolis, including Carmel Fishers, Noblesville, Zionsville, Avon, Plainfield, and Greenwood.