It is estimated that more than 62 percent of households in America have pets, and it is clear that our adoration for animals runs deep. However, with pets comes fur—everywhere.
It’s challenging to imagine that the cute face you like to pet at the end of the day actually can be contributing to human sickness and a reduction in air quality that is circulating through your home. While pets may raise our oxytocin levels with these adorable puppy dog eyes, they also can make us ill by exposing us to bacteria, allergens, and even hookworms or tapeworms. But all hope isn’t lost! There is an abundance of ways to deep clean your house so that we may both have those furry companions we adore so much and enjoy a healthy lifestyle.
Below we list 3 ways to keep your house healthier—even if you have pets.
Air Duct Cleaning
You might never “paws” and consider your air ducts; however, there may be a ton of bacteria, dirt, and dust that is built up inside them, and most of that might be because of your pets. Clean out these air ducts on a regular basis to get a greater quality of air and remove the circulation of dirty air all throughout the home.
You would be surprised by how much pet hair may accumulate on carpets. You might regularly vacuum, yet pet hair may be matted on top of your carpeting and contribute to greater allergen levels in your home. A professional, deep carpet cleaning will eliminate all of the cat and dog hair in your house as well as eliminate all pet stains Fido left behind when potty training.
Cleaning Hardwood Floors
There isn’t anything worse than watching a hairball soar across your hardwood flooring. Even though you might think you are getting all the dust by running your Roomba or regularly vacuuming, it still is critical to get your hardwood floors cleaned professionally.
For more information on our air duct cleaning services contact King’s Cleaning Solutions today!