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Why You Should Get Your Carpets Cleaned for Spring

Why You Should Get Your Pittsburgh Carpet Cleaned for Spring

April 7, 2021

Everyone has heard of spring cleaning, but does anyone know the benefits of spring cleaning your carpet? Spring cleaning can seem like a hassle but knowing these benefits can make it worth it. Spring cleaning leads to a host of benefits to your home.

Improving Air Quality 

Cleaning your carpet removes dust, allergens, pet dander, and dirt build up in your carpet fibers. By cleaning your carpet and removing these allergens the air quality in your home will improve because these allergens will not be kicked up into the air from daily movements. 

Removal of Dust Allergens

Along with improving the air quality of your house, cleaning your carpet for spring and removing allergens is simply good overall. When these allergens are disturbed and released into the air it can irritate your allergies and a host of other symptoms. Especially because spring is the season of allergies getting your carpet cleaned will help prevent this from happening in your home.

Removing of Dust Mites 

The dust inside your home is largely due to skin you shed every three days. Dust can lead to dust mites and if you’re not cleaning frequently you can have a dust mite infestation. While your carpet may seem clean on the surface but within the fibers there can be ingrained dirt and dust and dust mites. A deep clean of your carpets for springtime can help eliminate any infestations. 

Removal of Bacteria and Germs

Bacteria and germs can be deep within your carpet fibers. Having your carpets professionally cleaned to lift out the dirt and bacteria that have built up within the carpet that you can’t get through simple vacuuming. 

Preventing Mold and Mildew Growth

Mold and mildew can grow in your carpet if it gets moist or wet and the spill is not cleaned up and dried properly. Getting your carpet cleaned in the springtime by professionals will remove and prevent mold and mildew that could be growing in your carpet. As the temperatures in the spring and summer increase that means a rise in humidity which can lead to mold growth. If you get your carpet cleaned before there is an increase in humidity that could increase mold growth. Professional cleanings can remove any mold buildup and then help keep your carpet dry. 

Refreshing Your Carpets Color and Texture

Cleaning your carpet for spring can restore the color and texture of your carpet. Dirt buildup can deteriorate the state of your carpet. Removing the dirt can remove any dirt buildup that has been affecting your carpet and make it look fresh and new. Doing this regularly prevents the buildup and keep your carpets in good condition by taking preventive measures. Within your carpet’s fibers are all the trapped dirt and particles that have fallen to the floor since it was last cleaned. Over time these particles wear out the carpet as you walk on them and dull its color and texture. A spring cleaning will help restore life and vibrancy back to your carpet’s color and texture.

Removal of Stains

Overtime carpets will gain stains and discoloration but having an annual spring cleaning will help get rid of those stains and prevent stains from getting embedded into your carpet, furthering the life of your carpet. 

Protecting a Major Investment

Carpets cost a lot of money, so it makes sense that you would want to keep them in the best condition possible. Having a yearly spring cleaning will help maintain the life of your carpet. Keeping it clean will help maintain this investment and prevent you from spending money to replace your entire carpet suddenly. By taking care of your carpet with regular cleanings it will stay fresh and clean and last longer. 


Spring cleaning can seem like a drag, but carpet cleaning is one of the spring cleaning steps that can help your whole home feeling clean and fresh and improving your health. 


1 Spring is when allergy season begins in the U.S. according to The American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunologyhttps://acaai.org/allergies/types/mold-allergy