With an estimated one in three people in Britain suffering from allergies at some point in their lives, indoor air quality is a topic that regularly makes the news. It is also estimated that 80% of allergy problems are often caused by the airborne dust mite, who can double their numbers in ten hours. One ideal breeding ground for the dust mite is household furnishings, carpets and bedding. However, Inverness based carpet cleaning franchise, Chem-Dry Highland have recently invested in the revolutionary CTS 330 Truckmount carpet cleaning system, which will help in the constant battle to eliminate dust mites, providing some great news for allergy sufferers.
This revolutionary cleaning technology is a fully self contained unit and is able to help protect families and businesses, better than ever from the dust and allergens that build up at home or in the workplace. The CTS 330 Truckmount cleaning system is at least five times more powerful than conventional cleaning devices and provides numerous health and safety advantages. These benefits include reduced hazards with less manual handling and fatigue placed on technicians as they no longer have to manoeuvre equipment from floor to floor and through customer’s homes.
The Carpet & Rug Institute based in the US, who are responsible for undertaking programs to test the effectiveness of carpet cleaning products and represents the carpet and rug industry, recently awarded the CTS 330 Truckmount a gold level ‘Seal of Approval’, the highest accolade for certified deep cleaning systems.
Judith McCarvel, Partner of Chem-Dry Highland, comments “If any member of your family suffers from allergies, you will understand just how important it is to maintain a good standard of indoor air quality and undertake regular cleaning to control allergies such as dust mites. As a local carpet cleaning franchise operator since 1987, I believe it is one of our responsibilities to improve air quality in our customer’s homes, neutralise the household dust mite and contribute towards providing a better standard of living for allergy sufferers”.