Count on Rapid Dry to Deliver the Best Mattress Cleaning
Professional Mattress Cleaning
The average person spends about 33 % of his or her time in bed, making the mattress one of the most used items in your home. Keeping that mattress clean is essential because up to 60% of the dust mites in your home are found in your bed. According to research by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there can be as many as 10 million dust mites living in your mattress.
Dust mite droppings, while microscopic in size, are full of allergens that can impact the human immune system. They’re particularly harmful to asthma and allergy sufferers, frequently causing headaches, runny noses or sneezing fits.
Luckily, these problems can be addressed if your mattress is well-maintained by the cleaning professionals from Rapid Dry Carpet Cleaning. For years, our company has set the industry standard for cleaning among homeowners in the Buffalo and Rochester, New York area. Our wide range of services includes carpet cleaning, upholstery and furniture cleaning, commercial floor cleaning and air duct cleaning.
If you’re experiencing dust mites, however, your issue involves mattress cleaning. We do that very well and it is important because allowing dust mites to go unchecked can lead to health problems that include:
To get rid of airborne irritants lurking in your bed, it’s best to lean on the professional, cost-effective services from Rapid Dry. We have spent more than a decade providing stellar service to customers in the Buffalo and Rochester, NY areas.
Call Rapid Dry When you need to have your mattress professionally cleaned
Rapid Dry can Thoroughly Clean Your Mattress
Rapid Dry offers the best mattress cleaning service in Rochester and Buffalo, New York. Our company has been in the cleaning business for many years and has experience cleaning the following types of mattresses:
We have the skill to apply the appropriate cleaning products and techniques to ensure that your mattress is getting the care it deserves. Our licensed and IICRC-certified technicians follow a tried-and-tested cleaning process that includes these steps: