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Whole home odor removal gives your home the perfect start to the new year.

Have you ever walked in the front door of someone's home and thought "Wow! Do they even smell that?" The answer is they probably don't. Like a popular commercial for air freshener says, "they've gone nose blind." Well, 2018 is here, and it's time to make sure your home starts fresh and stays fresh! Whole home odor removal

Household odors that you may have "gone nose blind" to may include pet odors, pet urine, cooking odors, mold or mildew, or even mystery smells. Gator Clean offers solutions to eliminate these odors completely as well as solutions for infection control, allergy abatement and deodorization.

Odors can start at the surface of your flooring and end up penetrating your carpet to the padding beneath and even further, to the flooring materials. Over the counter solutions only offer a temporary fix for the surface of your floor, but don't address the deeper issues and the odor rears it's ugly head again.

Gator Clean's process is the perfect solution for the complete removal of household odors. We apply a special solution to the flooring that penetrates and reacts with the source of the odor, causing a chemical reaction that destroys the odors for good.

The process will continue doing its job for 48 to 72 hours until the odor is completely eliminated. So contact Gator Clean for a free quote request to get your house smelling amazing for 2018! 


The Scoop On Your Carpet

Allergy sufferers often assume that carpet is bad for their allergies. Carpet helps reduce allergens.You might be surprised to learn, however, that (according to multiple studies) the opposite is true: Carpet helps reduce allergy triggers.

How? Well, carpet acts as a filter - it traps allergens and keeps them from hanging around in the air you breathe inside your home. Trapped allergens, like dust, pollen and pet dander are then easily removed by proper cleaning.

Limiting tracked in dirt, vacuuming and regular professional deep cleanings are enough to reduce and remove allergens from your home and improve your air quality.

Remember that having your upholstered furniture, blinds, and draperies professionally cleaned regularly is also crucial to the elimination of microscopic allergens. The benefits of regular carpet and upholstery cleaning far outweigh the cost to your health.


Do you have hidden carpet mold?

In damp, dark places, mold grows fast, and once it gains a foothold in your house, it takes a lot of work to eliminate it. So, how do you know if it's growing just beneath the surface of your carpet? Do you have carpet mold?
Here are a few tell-tale signs that it's time to address a possible mold problem:

Damp Carpet - If you are one of the many people affected by Hurricane Irma, it's likely moisture reached the inside your home. If dampness in your carpet was caused by this or any other reason and was allowed to remain for more than a day, your risk of having mold is high.

Increased Allergy Symptoms - Carpet mold triggers and aggravates allergies and breathing problems including bronchitis, asthma, emphysema, and COPD. If you notice increased symptoms of these conditions in members of your household, it's time to consider the possibility of mold growing underneath your carpet. Having a complete carpet inspection is vital to the health of your family.

Musty Smells - A musty odor in the vicinity of your carpet often indicates the presence of mold. While it might not be immediately apparent to you if you spend a lot of time in your home, take note of any visitors comments on the musty smell of your home, as this is another sure sign of carpet mold.

White, Black or Green Growth on your Carpet - If carpet mold has reached its advanced stage, you'll notice discolored patches of it on your carpet. This happens when the mold colony has multiplied and has reached a critical, dangerous point.

An easy way to stay ahead of carpet mold it to check regularly for its presence beneath your carpet. A professional can safely lift a part of your carpet, without causing damage to thoroughly inspect the floor beneath it.

Mold is an issue that needs to be addressed to protect your carpet and your health. If you think your carpet may have mold contact Gator Clean for a free quote.


Keep carpet and furniture protected during holidays.

The holidays are approaching quickly, and that means time for holiday parties and family gatherings! Decorating your home for this time of year to share with family and friends always holds special moments. But with all that traffic coming in and out of your home, some not so jolly accidents can happen. A spilled glass of wine on a newly steamed carpet, your cousin's heels scratching the flooring, water rings left on wood furniture, the list can go on and on! Here you'll see five ways to protect your carpet and furniture during the holidays. 

Keep carpet and furniture protected during holidays

1. Starting off with a clean floor is a good idea. Spend the time to get your floors deep cleaned before your visitors start coming and going. This will give the home a fresh, clean appearance and odor and will subconsciously keep guests from intentionally leaving any mess.

2. Use furniture mover pads. Those small foam and plastic discs easily slide under legs of furniture, making for easy transportation if they need to be moved to another room. Along with this, it also keeps the floor from becoming scratched and scuffed; same goes for the furniture legs. It also works for not leaving unsightly marks on a carpeted floor.

3. Keep a thick, rough material doormat right outside your front door. This will ensure that when your guests go to wipe their feet, it will get the excess of dirt off and not on your floors. Keeping other smaller mats throughout the house can keep floors cleaner longer as well. You can also take this a step further and enforce a "no shoe" rule, keeping a small shoe caddy near the front entrance.

4. Pull out the plastic! You may not want to go as far as being that relative/friend with the room full of plastic covered furniture no one is allowed to go in, but it couldn't hurt to use plastic coverings over certain items you just can't get messy.

5. Extra surfaces mean less clutter, which means less chance of accidental spills. Bring in a few extra flat surfaced items, such as fold up tables, during holiday parties. This ensures there will be plenty of room and won't make for a crowded dinnertime.

For help getting you home ready for the holidays contact Gator Clean for a free quote request.



Here's why your allergies are worse inside your home.

As we welcome Autumn, we also usher in the start of a new allergy season and all of the not so fun symptoms that come along with it. Allergy sufferers understand the struggle of itchy, watering eyes, sneezing, scratchy throats and stuffy noses. Medications to treat allergies fly off the shelves this time of year and it's time to consider taking a good look around your home to eliminate allergens that are the source of this incessant suffering. Why are allergies are worse inside your home?

First, find out what you're allergic to. This Old Home suggests: Visiting an allergist will help you focus your preventative measures. The most common offenders are dust mites, mold, pollens, and pet dander. "There's no point in making changes at home if you don't address your particular allergies," says Laurie Ross, editor of Allergy and Asthma Today. "Who knows, you might be allergic to cats, and here you are keeping your windows closed."

Next, take a good look around each room of your home - beginning with the bedroom. If dust is an issue or allergy trigger for you, schedule a professional cleaning of your mattress before covering your mattress and pillows with covers designed specifically to repel dust mites. A good night's sleep is crucial to combating everything we face in life - including allergy symptoms.

Avoid bringing the problem from the outside in by laying down doormats on both the inside and outside of entryways, and have friends and family remove their shoes as they come in, to avoid spreading the allergens throughout your home.

Schedule a professional floor cleaning service to address the irritants at the source on carpets, tiles, hardwood flooring or travertine surfaces. Following the cleaning, update your vacuum cleaner to one with a HEPA filter to maintain the fight against allergens in your home.

For help removing allergens from your home, contact the experts at Gator Clean! 

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