I have allergies and asthma. I probably shouldn’t have carpet in my house, should I?

Studies have determined that a well cared for carpet does not contribute to allergies or asthma. Allergens actually settle on top of the carpet in the fibers (not blowing around the room).

A good vacuum machine utilizing a hepa filter can extract the allergens from the carpet. They can then be removed from your house.

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