• 3 Scary Things That Could Be Trapped in Your Carpets


    Don’t look now, but your carpets could be scarier than the haunts of Halloween!

    If the frights inside a haunted house are giving you a chill, just imagine what could be trapped in your carpets. If you haven’t had your carpets professionally cleaned in a while, this information could give you a scare. But beware! It’s not too late to take action. Here’s the lowdown on the 3 most frightening things that could be lurking in your carpet:

    Scary Stuff #1: The Dawn of the Allergens!

    Allergens are the number one scariest of all carpet lurkers. They thrive in the dirt and grime that builds up in the fibers of your carpet. These allergens often include mold, pollen, pet hair and dander, dust, dust mites, and fungi. Yuck! A great way to get rid of your allergy symptoms is to get rid of the allergens in your carpets, and the only way to do that is with regular professional cleaning.

    Scary Stuff #2: The Night of the Living Bacteria!

    Bacteria and viruses thrive in your home and in your carpet once the weather starts to cool off in the fall. If you have any family members or individuals living in your home who are susceptible to getting sick, such as an elderly person or small children, the bacteria that is buried in your carpet can be a real risk. Get it cleaned and get the bacteria out.

    Scary Stuff #3: Invasion of the Carpet Chemicals!

    Some of the most surprisingly scary stuff that can be found in your carpets is the stuff you might not even know is in your home. This includes smoke and soot from fires and stoves, chemicals from cleaning and lawn products, insecticide and deodorizer residue, and even grease and food from cooking and eating in and around your home. This scary stuff not only is not good for your health, but it can really make your carpets look frighteningly dirty and dingy.

    Don’t be afraid…of the stuff in your carpets! Contact our team of experts at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners today for professional carpet cleaning you can count on.

    By: Matt Lashway Friday, October 13, 2017
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