Tummy time on dirty carpet and area rugs?! Carpet Diem thinks not!
The carpet may hold up to 200,000 bacteria per square inch. That's about 4,000 times more than your toilet. No joke.
We're pretty sure you wouldn't let your kids play in the toilet so why would you let them roll around on dirty carpet?
Our hot water extraction method (steam cleaning) eliminates 94% of allergens. Keeping a regular maintenance schedule for your carpets and floors will help keep the whole family healthy and happy.
Pee, Poop, and Puke. Yep, Carpet Diem knows: Sh#t happens!
Our professionals will use the right cleaning tools and techniques to remove tough, smelly stains from indoor accidents and other organic waste such as dead skin cells that feed dust mites, pet dander, pet hair, and any other organic contaminants.
In addition to stain removal and sanitization, steam cleaning will remove the odors caused by these contaminants that are trapped in your carpet.
If odors are not properly eliminated, your pet will continue to use the bathroom in the same spot over and over again wreaking serious havoc and permanent damage to your carpet and possibly to the flooring underneath.
You have to see it to believe it? Or, it plain grosses you out to think about dust mites? Carpet Diem wants to help!
Dust mites are microscopic, nasty critters that are very hard to see and carpet is one of their favorite places to hide. Dust mites may be the most common trigger of year-round allergies and asthma. They leave desiccated body parts and feces which we can easily kick into the air with our daily activities.
Hot water extraction (steam cleaning) paired with our environmentally friendly cleaning products can help you get rid of these disgusting and dangerous insects.
Carpet Diem doesn't want you to rely on moldy solutions for every day Texas problems.
Your carpets are one of the most high-risk areas for mold growth.
Airborne mold spores land on carpet fibers and find themselves comfortable and well-nourished. Mold often finds everything it needs to grow and thrive in your carpets.
Moisture is the biggest factor for mold growth. Mold loves humid climates, like we have in Texas. Carpets near bathrooms, basements, or other damp parts of your home are at a high risk.
Moisture provided by air conditioning contributes as well.
Mold is hard to detect without an expert. It is rarely visible, lurking in the far reaches of your home. You don’t even know it is there, and yet it is spreading. This is unfortunate because it can negatively impact your health.
Allergens produced by mold affect people in different ways. Reactions and severity may be different. But generally, allergic mold reactions are limited to symptoms like skin rashes, cold-like symptoms, or difficulty breathing.
Some mold also produces mycotoxins—toxic compounds that can have serious health effects.