Air Quality, Allergies & Malordor

Indoor Air Quality

Every time you walk into your house, you track pollutants in with you – small catdirt, dust, pollen, bacteria, dust mites, mold spores, fungus, mildew, and more! Children, the elderly, and those who suffer from allergies and other respiratory ailments are especially vulnerable to the affects of indoor pollution. The EPA reports that the average indoor air is found to be up to 70 times more polluted than the outdoor air.

Carpets can play a positive role in regulating indoor air quality by first acting as an environmental filter, trapping and holding impurities from the air we breathe. It is important to have carpets and upholstery cleaned at least annually to remove these trapped contaminants before they overflow back into the indoor air.

For a healthier indoor environment, the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification ( recommends:

  1. Placing entrance mats to halt tracked-in soil and contaminants
  2. Vacuuming frequently using a high efficiency filtration bag
  3. Professionally cleaning your carpet and upholstery regularly
  4. Professionally cleaning your air duct system regularly
  5. Increasing fresh air flow from the outside

Remember: Clean not only for appearance, but for your health!

Allergies and Asthma Suffers

If you or a family member have allergies or respiratory problems, you should have your carpet, upholstery and air duct system cleaned more frequently. Got allergy sensitive guests planning to visit? Give High Country Cleaning a call; we will clean the pet hair, dander and other allergens from your carpets and upholstery leaving your home mountain fresh and clean. High Country Cleaning uses Eco-Friendly products.

Malodors Problems

Do you have an unbearable odor problem like cigarette smoke, burnt popcorn, cooked fish, or puff-back from the fireplace in your home? We have a deodorization process and ozone machines that can eliminate these and other tough odors from your indoor environment.