Springtime is here again!

While springtime is marked by beautiful sunlight and fresh breezes, it also signifies that bloom time is beginning for daffodils, tulips, and many other flowers. To enjoy some of nature’s wonder that comes with springtime, there is no better time to ensure that the quality of your indoor air is improved.

The benefits of doing this for your health cannot be overemphasized as you will rid the air of allergens, dust mites, concentrated pollen, pungent musty smells and unpleasant odor emanating from your upholstery, furniture, and rugs.


What to Clean?

There’s no two ways about it, to enjoy fresh air, you have to clean every possible object in the house that may serve as a potential air pollutant during spring. Here are some of these objects:


Rugs and Carpets

These soft coverings help to adorn your floors, thus making it more beautiful. However, when they are used over time (especially rugs), they can harbor dust mites, mold, and other kinds of allergens, thus making the air in the house dirty & unsafe. So, rugs and carpets are a must-clean for you to enjoy the best indoor air quality.


Mattresses and Furniture Upholstery

Mattresses are known to provide comfort but when they are not properly maintained, in due time they can become a potential source of air pollution in your home. Upholstered furniture, which also forms a part of the aesthetic elements in the home, can become an allergy hazard when it’s not cleaned in a timely fashion.


Windowpanes and Curtains

Dust on windows and curtains definitely has the capacity to affect the freshness of the air you breathe. Thus, it’s important to wash and sanitize these surfaces.


Air Ducts and Dryer Vents

This equipment can damage the air you breathe when you fail to clean them regularly and properly. In fact, your ducts and vents can become home to bacteria, pollen, dust mites, pests, chemical residue, and other allergens. Detecting if your air ducts and dryer vents have become contaminated requires the service of a professional. That’s where we come in!



These lovable animals can constitute air pollutants in your home when they are not properly groomed and bathed. Hence, it’s a good idea to ensure that they are getting groomed regularly.


Keeping Your Indoor Air Clean All Year Round

It shouldn’t be only during spring that the quality of your indoor air is addressed, it’s a practice that should be habitual all year round.

For more information and to schedule a visit, please call us at 312-312-7312 for an appointment. We would be more than happy to be at your service.