The Highland Cleaning Company Chooses Healthier Cleaning with Vacuums from ProTeam

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Improving indoor air quality is an added benefit to any home cleaned using a multi-layer filtration vacuum system.

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA, USA, October 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — The highly competitive market of residential cleaning has led some companies to find differentiating reasons why any individual might choose that company to clean their property. The Highland Cleaning Company, owned by Lisa Campbell, invested in ProTeam vacuums to ensure they had that edge in order to offer an extra dimension to the cleaning process.

Bacteria, pollen, dander and dust can all be asthma or allergy triggers but Campbell opted to invest in equipment that is healthier for customers and the user. ProTeam vacuums retrieve soil and safely contain harmful particles with an advanced filtration system, featuring multiple levels of filters, preventing them from being reintroduced back into the environment.

Most ProTeam vacuums have Four Levels of Filtration, each level designed to sift out smaller and smaller particles. Some backpack models have an easy access, post-motor filter made from HEPA media to capture and contain microscopic particulates and carbon dust. By eliminating the dust and not just moving it around, the process leaves the home healthier by removing the particles and thereby improving the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).

Many people can spend up to 90% of their time indoors and The Highland Cleaning Company recognized the need to attempt to offer a solution to a situation many customers may be completely unaware of. The nature or source of indoor pollutants is quite extensive but any gas or particles from tobacco smoke, mold, bacteria, furniture, pet hair, even burning candles can all add to a reduction in IAQ. Symptoms of a reduced IAQ can include eye, nose and throat irritations, coughing, wheezing, headaches and in some cases skin irritations.

ProTeam is a proud partner of the American Lung Association in an effort to educate the public about the importance of healthy indoor air.

This unique method of suction-vacuuming cleans carpets, hard floors, and other surfaces without stirring up dust – so the air stays cleaner, the furniture collects less dust, and cleaners can work without breathing unhealthy air. The introduction of these vacuums in The Highland Cleaning Company ensures they offer an opportunity to address these issues and at the very least give their clients and staff an improved cleaning service in the homes they clean.