Chem-Dry of Park City Discusses Importance Of Upholstery Cleaning In Park City, Utah

December 02, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Utah based Chem-Dry of Park City has reached out to the communities they serve in order to discuss the importance of having their upholstered furniture properly cleaned and cared for. The local company offers a wide variety of services, across all of which they seek to ensure that the entire community enjoys a pristine and safe environment in their homes. More information regarding their services can be found on their website.

While few realize the extent to which upholstered furniture is exposed to dirt and germs, this does not diminish the risks that come with failing to clean these items properly for an extended time. Upholstered items such as sofas, chairs, and footrests are a focus for infection more than any other furniture in a person's home. They are used more often and more extensively than any other piece of furniture in the house, though this does not translate directly into more thorough cleaning habits, as they often go for months gathering dirt and germs in addition to accruing extensive daily wear without attention.

The health aspect is the most important factor to consider when considering the importance of cleaning upholstered furniture. Common hosts of dirty furniture, such as dust mites, consume dead human skin cells, helping them multiply and defecate inside the upholstery in turn. This waste product consists of specific allergens that can cause sickness in humans. Being exposed to these allergens may put the health of the most susceptible individuals in a household at risk, such as babies and elders, as their immune system may not be able to keep up with these threats.

Aside from being a hub for infection, dirty and uncared for furniture presents a financial issue to their owners. The total cost of the upholstered furniture around the house can easily amount up to several thousands of dollars, making them a significant monetary investment that should be cared for and treated as such. Neglecting to perform a regular cleaning causes any substances soiling the surface to soak into a given piece of furniture, eroding its fabric and damaging its integrity. Given enough time, an item will not only be irreparably stained, it may also need to be replaced sooner than a well-cared-for and clean piece of furniture would.

Therefore, it is Chem-Dry of Park City’s opinion that investing a small amount of money into regular furniture cleaning to avoid a bigger investment in the form of a replacement is the most sensible thing to do. The local company specializes in cleaning and sterilizing all kinds of upholstered furniture, and they boast several years of experience serving customers all across Park City as well its surrounding areas. They have a distinguished reputation for being reliable and providing excellent services—reviews often commend them for the attention they pay their customers as well as the commitment they show their work.

Chem-Dry of Park City enjoys a near-perfect review rating of 4.5 stars on the Google Maps platform. One of their most recent testimonials relates the experience of Kelly Vasquez, who says, "We appreciate Chem-Dry of Park City so much. They were able to get rid of the red stains that we had gotten from red wine. Also, they cleaned our tile and it looks so much better. The technicians were very professional and courteous and were on time, which we appreciate so much. We will recommend them to all of our family and friends."

Another of the company's reviews attests to the quality of their carpet cleaning services. Nicole Welley states, "I had never had my carpets cleaned before, but they were in dire need of it: from pet stains to dirty traffic areas all over. I called Chem-Dry of Park City and they scheduled me for the next day. The technician was very personable and explained everything to me regarding the process. Very polite young gentleman. My carpets are now clean, and I am a very happy customer. I will be using Chem-Dry of Park City for many years to come. Thank you so much!"

Those in need of a reliable cleaning company in Utah can reach out to Chem-Dry of Park City and inquire about their coverage and availability within the area. Learn more here: Park City Utah Upholstery Cleaning.

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For more information about Chem-Dry of Park City, contact the company here:

Chem-Dry of Park City
Daryl Olsen
4356490400
contact@carpetcleaningparkcityutah.com
1776 Park Ave #4-336
Park City, Utah 84060

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