Carpet Can Improve Air Quality
Did you know that today carpet is actually associated with improved air quality? —Yes, it’s true.
A common misconception is that people with asthma and allergies should avoid carpet in the home—it’s actually the opposite. Studies have shown that properly cleaned carpet helps reduce symptoms and is the best flooring choice for those dealing with allergies and asthma. (For more tips on reducing allergens, click here.)
Gravity causes dust, pollen, pet and insect dander to fall to the floor. Carpet fibers trap them, removing them from the breathing zone and reducing their circulation in the air. Proper cleaning with CRI-approved vacuums effectively removes dust and allergens from the carpet and helps keep them out of the air we breathe.
Carpet is also one of the lowest emitters of chemical compounds of all flooring. It’s recognized as one of the lowest emitters of volatile organic compounds among various flooring choices and interior finishes. The Carpet and Rug Institute’s Green Label Plus Indoor Air Quality Standard identifies carpet, adhesive and cushion products that meet or exceed government indoor air quality regulations and are the lowest emitting products on the market.
Make sure to look for Green Label and Green Label Plus, for confirmation that you are purchasing the lowest emitting carpet, adhesive and cushion products on the market.
At Avalon Flooring, we want to make sure you’re happy from your first step in our showroom to your first step on your new flooring—and as your partner in home design, we’ll be there every step along the way. Consider us your “One-Stop Shopping” destination for all things flooring…(and window treatments)!
Our design consultants are equipped with the knowledge to guide you through the wide selection of products we offer, and our expert installation team is professionally trained to make sure everything gets installed the way you envision. We know your home is an expression of your sense of style, and we’re here to make sure you’ll be proud of it for years to come.
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