About American Fork

Harsh Cleaning Chemicals – Some carpets don’t react well to harsh cleaning chemicals, even from professionals. Your carpet cleaning professional will be able to test your carpet in an inconspicuous area before beginning the cleaning.

 

The cleaning process can damage silk or wool rugs. If you are not confident in your carpet cleaning skills, it is time to contact a professional. 

 

DBS Building Services is the right option for you who are struggling to get a clean carpet you deserve to have! Visit our website and learn more about our services.

 

Are Carpet Cleaning Chemicals Dangerous?

Answer: Yes, they are, but this is not going to be a concern for your business. DBS Building Services is applying Green Cleaning to make your environment safer, protect your health, provide better air quality, and help the environment. Different organizations have different opinions about this. Some organizations say that we shouldn't panic because there is no direct evidence of these risks. Others say that these chemicals must be used with caution and care - following the instructions on the label. Chemicals like chlorine, ammonia, and perc should be avoided by all means when it comes to cleaning carpets with an effective and safer method.  When these chemicals come into contact with your skin or eyes, they can cause irritation and other health problems. DBS Building Services is taking the steps and serve as an example towards being greener so that everyone can benefit from the change.

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More About American Fork

American Fork is a city in north-central Utah County. It is at the foot of Mount Timpanogos in the Wasatch Range, north from Utah lake.

 

It is thirty two-miles southeast of Salt Lake City. Latter-Latter-day Saints pioneers settled the city in 1850 with the name Lake City. The first settlers of the city lived along the American Fork River. 

 

In 1860, the settlers changers the name from Lake City to American Fork. The city received this name after the American Fork River which runs through the city. 

Source: Wikipedia

 

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