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What’s Hiding In Your Carpet? 5 Common Germs Hiding in Your Workspace

June 1st, 2015 by Lilian Radke

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Germs are everywhere, but they specifically like to run rampant in your carpets. If you have an office staff or a team, you know that people going in and out all the time can bring in various types of bacteria and potential diseases into your workplace.  We’re here to help you make sure your office stays clean.

Here are 5 germs that can be found in almost any office space’s carpet… and you had no idea they were there:

5 Common Germs Hiding in Your Workspace

1. Norovirus – causes food poisoning or flu-like symptoms and can survive in your carpet for up to six weeks.

2. Micrococcus – can cause skin infections, septic shock and even meningitis.

3. Fungi and mold spores – can aggravate people with allergies and lead to serious infections.

4. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MSRA) – causes skin rashes and can even result in fevers and other serious health conditions.

5. Countless Types of Bacteria – anything can make it’s way in. Make sure your team is protected.

The Solution:

Have your office or business workspace cleaned on a regular basis to ensure your employees stay healthy and happy. If you’re business is primarily carpeted we have the best carpet cleaning services around. Specifically, you should at least:

  • Have your carpets professionally vacuumed once per week.
  • Washed twice a year with a steam clean carpet machine.

We’ll be sure to disinfect any germs and dirt hiding in your office. We also offer nightly office cleaning to make sure your office is squeaky clean when your employees walk in to work the next day.

A Clean Workspace = Healthier Workers

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