Spring cleaning is popular, but tidying up your space during the Fall is just as important. This season is more than likely to bring in dirt, moisture, and debris from outside — and your floors will probably take the brunt of it. Here are four ways to get your carpet ready for the autumn season ahead!
It’s time to prepare for the increase in filthy foot traffic, bad weather, and the plant debris that the fall season brings. So give your carpets a nice deep cleaning! Besides, your carpets should be getting professionally cleaned twice a year to help them look newer and last longer anyway.
Adjust Your Furniture
It’s wise to move your furniture around every once in awhile. Moving heavy furniture in a carpeted room helps prevent permanent marks in your floor and a new arrangement will also redirect foot traffic to prevent uneven wear-and-tear.
There’s no such thing as too many doormats. One of the best ways to prevent excess dirt from entering your home is by having a doormat at every entryway. The outdoor mats should be tough for you to whip off your shoes, while the indoor mats should be a bit longer in length for any leftover dirt and debris to fall off.
Leave Your Shoes at the Door
All those doormats you just placed around your home — it’s a great place to take off your shoes as well! And leave an extra pair of indoor shoes by the mat for you to switch into!
Spring isn’t the only time to get clean! For the freshest carpets, call the textile experts at Triple S! We have the tools and equipment to help you make your carpets and upholstery look Clean, Fresh, & Bright again! We are a family owned business with over 50 years of experience.
We have three main plant locations:
Stamford Plant | 400 West Main Street
Norwalk Plant | 337 Westport Avenue
Stratford Plant | 1800 Stratford Avenue
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