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Carpet Cleaning: Methods and Importance [Infographic]

Every year, millions of Americans become ill from allergens present in the fibers of their rugs and carpets. Therefore, it is important to properly clean rugs and carpets. With professional carpet cleaning services, you can help ensure your family enjoys a healthy home environment.

Take a look at the infographic below to learn how much dirt vacuums miss and the benefits of hiring a professional cleaning company for carpet cleaning:

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Carpet cleaning is a good way to increase the lifespan and maintain a healthy indoor environment. Their fibers hold termites and other allergens. Regular vacuuming can take care of loose dirt, pet hair, and other debris, but deep cleaning is essential to prevent the growth of fungi, bacteria, and mold. Though there are various cleaning methods of cleaning carpets such as the rotary shampoo method, dry extraction method, etc.

Consider hiring a professional carpet cleaner when the correct approach is unclear to you.  Call NWA Restore It, Inc. and schedule an appointment.


Indoor Air Quality: 4 Ways Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning Reduces Asthma & Allergy Symptoms

To improve the indoor air quality of your home and clean for your health, there are certain cleaning rituals you must do –  hiring a professional deep carpet & upholstery cleaning service is one of them. A Carpet Cleaning Service can help you deep clean your upholstery, drapes, rugs and especially important, your carpets. Those who suffer with Asthma and allergies can tell when the seasons are changing by feeling their allergies intensify. That sign right there means its time to hire a professional deep carpet cleaning service.

We want you to breath easily and lessen your allergy flare-ups. We’re here to let you know how professional deep carpet cleaning can improve your symptoms, especially if you have wall to wall carpeting. Now, there’s no need to remove your carpets as studies have shown that having carpet doesn’t worsen your allergies, in fact, it helps reduce some of your allergies.

1. Carpet Cleaning Reduces Allergens

A carpet helps absorb and remove allergens from your breathing zone. Less airborne allergens for you to worry about. Being that these allergens are absorbed by the carpeting in your home. We recommend vacuuming on a regular basis, especially with a HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filtered vacuum. These HEPA vacuums are more effective than a conventional vacuum. This filter will help improve indoor air quality by trapping allergens such as pollen, pet dander, dust mites and more. It’s best to run your vacuum over your carpet at least twice while vacuuming to reduce allergens.

2. Carpet Cleaning Reduces Dirt Intrusion

Not only vacuuming daily or frequently will help improve your allergies but also preventing such allergens into your home. Have mats available outside of every entrance in your home to allow visitors to wipe their feet. Have runners in high traffic areas and vacuum these runners or rugs as well. If possible have visitors remove their shoes to avoid dirt inside your home.

3. Carpet Cleaning Reduces Mold

Do not allow carpets and upholstery to remain wet for more than 24 hours. This will only allow mold and mildew to grow underneath your carpet, causing your allergies to flare. Immediately after a spill, spot dry the area by blotting and not spreading the spill further. This will also prevent the humidity to sip through down to the carpet padding causing even more damage and mildew. If unable to contain the moisture be sure to call a professional deep carpet cleaning service. Professionals have machines with high suction rates.

4. Carpet Cleaning Reduces VOC’s

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are a large group of chemicals found in many products we use to build and maintain our homes. These VOCs are emitted by various products such as cleaning products, paints and other heavy plastic products that emit these gases. Cleaning and maintaining your carpets will remove these VOCs from being entrapped in the carpet fibers and into your vacuum. Although these are gases, certain cleaning chemicals or air fresheners can be sprayed onto your carpeting.

While some people have allergies from poor indoor air quality and many particles such as pollen or dust mites, there are those that can get flare-ups with mold and other allergens. Although there are differences, there is one similarity in decreasing such allergies, maintaining a clean carpet. While you try to maintain your home and carpets clean, it’s best to hire a professional  deep carpet cleaning service and certified carpet cleaner to ensure your home and carpet are fresh, clean and allergy-free.


Why Is Dryer Vent Cleaning So Important?

Dryer Vent CleaningYou likely have a dryer in your home. Do you ever give it much thought though? How often do you think about doing some routine maintenance on your dryer? Are you aware of the potential risks and dangers that a clothes dryers poses to you and your family? Actually, although you may not realize it, dryer vent cleaning is an important step to take to keep yourself safe.

There are many injuries and some deaths every year due to fires that start in clothes dryers. Some estimates put this number as high as 15,000 fires a year. Most of these disasters could have been avoided by taking the simple step of cleaning out the dryer’s vent.

Dryers heat up to extremely high temperatures and thus they pose a fire hazard. Safety precautions and security measures need to be taken with your clothes dryer. This is just like you do with any other appliances that produces heat in your home.

Dryers pose risks other than just fires. When your dryer vent is clogged, it can cost you a ton of money by using lots more energy than necessary. The material stuck in the dryer vent is an ideal breeding ground for molds that can sicken your entire family. If your dryer is gas operated, you can even get carbon monoxide seeping into your home with dangerous consequences.

In order to avoid all these hazards, you need to maintain a proper schedule of dryer vent cleaning. The usual recommendation is that you clean out the vents at least two times every year. If you use your dryer daily or almost daily, you probably want to clear out your dryer vents three or four times a year.

Dryer vent cleaning is necessary because the lint trap in your dryer does not capture all the lint produced when drying your clothes. As the moist air exits the dryer through the vent hose, small lint particles are carried along with it. As time goes by, this lint builds up on the insides of the vent.

In time, the air flow decreases due to this blockage, and that is when all the previously mentioned bad effects can begin to occur.

Your energy consumption increases as the dryer works harder and runs longer to dry your clothes.

Mold begins to grow in the moist lint lining the vent, and that begins to spread through the air in your home.

Carbon monoxide can more easily seep back into your home as it has a difficult time exiting through the clogged vent.

Dryer Vent Cleaning: The lint itself poses a fire risk as it is highly flammable and can catch fire easily. This can quickly spread and take over the whole room or the whole house.

As you can see, dryer vent cleaning is vitally important to the health and safety of your entire family. Take the time to clean out your dryer vent and inspect it at least twice each year. The minimal amount of time you invest in this will reap rich rewards in contributing to the safety of your home.


Hazardous Materials Removal | NWA Restore It, Inc. Centerton AR

Hazardous materials can pose a significant danger to your health. So what is hazardous materials removal or cleanup? As the name implies, hazardous cleanup is a cleaning service offered after any bio hazardous or blood borne pathogen incident. Our certified HAZMAT cleanup specialists at NWA Restore It, Inc. are proud to be Northwest Arkansas’ HAZMAT experts.  We are certified in the following areas: methamphetamine lab decontamination, lead paint removal, asbestos inspection, and crime scene cleanup of blood borne pathogens. We are one of only two Certified Clandestine Laboratory Remediation Contractors under the ADEQ in the Northwest Arkansas area, and one of nine in the entire state of Arkansas.

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While dealing with hazardous materials can be a serious and often stressful issue, NWA Restore It, Inc.’s HAZMAT specialists are equipped and ready to make the process as painless and cost effective as possible.  You can trust us to return your property to a safe and clean living environment.

24 Hour Emergency Services | NWA Restore It, Inc. Centerton AR

Emergency ServicesFirst of all, when disaster happens, we are here for you from beginning to end! Call us if your home or business has suffered from any kind of damage – fire, water, or mold! Most noteworthy, NWA Restore It, Inc. offers 24 Hour Emergency Services. NWA Restore It, Inc. uses IICRC-certified technicians to assess and mitigate any damage caused by fire, water, mold, or storms. Therefore and as a result, NWA Restore It, Inc.’s restoration professionals work quickly and thoroughly – coordinating directly with virtually all major insurance companies to expedite necessary repairs and minimize delays.

In closing, if you are in need of emergency services for Mold Remediation, Fire Damage, Water Damage, Storm Damage, Sand Blasting & Soda Blasting, Hazardous Materials Removal and Roofing Repair & Damage Assessment, call us at (479) 644-4246.

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8 Tips To Tackle Spring Cleaning [Infographic] | Carpet, Upholstery, Air Duct And Dryer Vent Cleaning Services Centerton AR

First of all, spring cleaning does not have to be an afterthought.  In addition and although it is hard to believe, Spring is headed this way!  Therefore, get yourself ready for warm weather by remembering what spring is all about.  With its bare pavement, blooming trees, blue skies, open windows letting the air into your home and bare feet, spring is blissful.  Don’t let a musty house spoil it.  Give all your home’s trouble spots like your rugs, carpets, upholstery, tile & grout, hardwood floors a quick refresh.  Here are eight pro tips highlighted by NWA Restore, It, Inc.

Furthermore, spring cleaning can be made easier and maybe even fun! Most noteworthy, here are eight tips for giving the season the welcome it deserves:


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How To Prevent Fires From Starting In Your Home

prevent firesIn a fire, seconds count. So if you can prevent fires, it could most importantly save several people’s lives and stop fire damage to the property in its tracks. Seconds can mean the difference between residents of our community escaping safely from a fire or having their lives end in tragedy. We want to reinforce why everyone needs to have an escape plan.

Here were some key tips and important messages on how to prevent fires:

  • Draw a map of your home by using our grid in English (PDF) or Spanish (PDF) with all members of your household, marking two exits from each room and a path to the outside from each exit.
  • Practice your home fire drill twice a year. Conduct one at night and one during the day with everyone in your home, and practice using different ways out.
  • Teach children how to escape on their own in case you can’t help them.
  • Make sure the number of your home is clearly marked and easy for the fire department to find.
  • Close doors behind you as you leave – this may slow the spread of smoke, heat, and fire.
  • Once you get outside, stay outside. Never go back inside a burning building.


Can Mold Cause Health Problems?

moldMold is usually not a problem indoors, unless spores land on a wet or damp spot and begin growing. Molds have the potential to cause health problems. They produce allergens (substances that can cause allergic reactions), irritants, and in some cases, potentially toxic substances (mycotoxins). Inhaling or touching this toxic substance or the spores may cause allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. Allergic responses include hay fever-type symptoms, such as sneezing, runny nose, red eyes, and skin rash (dermatitis).

Allergic reactions are common. They can be immediate or delayed. This toxic substance can cause asthma attacks in people with asthma who are allergic. In addition, exposure can irritate the eyes, skin, nose, throat, and lungs of both allergic and non-allergic people. Symptoms other than the allergic and irritant types are not commonly reported as a result of inhaling the spores. Research and health effects are ongoing.

This [guidance] provides a brief overview; it does not describe all potential health effects related to exposure. For more detailed information consult with the licensed remediation professional at NWA Restore It in Centerton, AR.

When dealing with mold damage, specialized expertise matters not only in removing it itself, but also in preventing its return. If the root of the problem, such as water damage, is not addressed, it’s only a matter of time until the it returns. NWA Restore It is Northwest Arkansas’ remediation specialist, and we are proud to say that we are certified in mold remediation and the treatment of mold-damaged structures.


Water Damage Restoration Is More Than Removing Excess Water | NWA Restore It, Inc. Centerton AR

water damageWater damage can be deceptive. First of all, structural cavities attract water. Trapped pockets of moisture are created. These pockets, most noteworthy, can cause damage.  The growth of these dangerous molds can push the homeowner over the spilling point.

Therefore, the detection of water in these areas in the home, can be hard to see with the naked eye. Sophisticated moisture detection meters can often only be the method used. Undetected moisture will continue to cause damage. At a minimum, this damage will cause odors. Greater sources of damage will only surface when materials delaminate. Costly repairs will be required when materials shrink, split and further deteriorate.

Most of all, IICRC-certified restorers have the knowledge and equipment to dry a home. Probably, this applies the same for a commercial facility as well. They will do more than just remove excess water. IICRC-certified restorers can completely bring the property back to pre-loss conditions. Furthermore, this includes substructure materials. Mold and other health issues can be prevented because through timely response and the careful monitoring of water damage is key.

In conclusion, to have the proper training and experience your technician needs to be certified with IICRC to identify moisture sources. Therefore, they can evaluate mold growth (visible or suspected) and contain water damage. Last of all, they can remove contamination and dry materials to ensure that the mold will not return.

NWA Restore It, Inc. provides a quick, professional response to any of your water damage needs.  We serve all of NW Arkansas including: Bentonville, Rogers, Springdale, Fayetteville, and surrounding areas. We are ready to serve you! Give us a call today: (479) 644-4246