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Mold is a type of fungi that can easily grow inside your home. Even though its spores are tiny, they travel fast and when they land on damp areas they start multiplying. What’s more, we are exposed to these spores, without even realizing it. We touch them, eat them and breathe them in…regularly!
Mold spreads quickly in damp basements, on bathroom tiles, on wet clothes and even on carpets. In fact, mildew (a particular blue-greenish kind of mold) can flourish on carpets, especially those in dark or damp areas.
Mold doesn’t just smell bad, but can also provoke all kinds of health problems, including headaches, fatigue, skin irritations, itchy eyes and breathing difficulties.
Regular cleaning of your carpets won’t rid them entirely of mold and mildew, which is why you need trained professionals like Staten Island Carpet Cleaners. Our technicians are dedicated and dependable and have the experience and know-how to tackle this problem properly.
We know exactly what kind of chemicals to use, not only to get rid of the mold and mildew but to prevent it from re-appearing. When we work with you, we promise to use special machinery, designed to extract moisture from your carpets and rooms, fast!
This will dry out your carpets, basement and furniture fabrics in no time. After the damp is gone, we will use a sanitizing agent to make sure the carpet is truly healthy. Finally, we will apply a deodorizer, to remove any odors that may not have disappeared.
We want you to be completely satisfied with the quality of our services, which is why we offer a 100% guarantee on all of our work. Our crews pay attention to detail in every aspect of their work and will be happy to answer all of your questions. Call us now on (718) 494-8324 to find out more about how we can help you.
We provide free, no-obligation, estimates for all of professional cleaning and repair services at your home.