The carpets in the schools diminish the noise, the falls, and the wounds. The carpets and other materials can generate problems of quality of the inner air if the school has problem of humidity or water intrusion, like dripping through ceiling (bored ceiling). If the carpet stays dunked, can become the source for the microbial growth, which as result can have adverse effects against the health. The carpets and other furniture damaged significantly by the water must be removed and be eliminated or to be cleaned to steam and to completely dry them before reinstating them in the school. After to be installed, the new systems of carpets (including the used adhesives to unite fibers of the front of the carpet to the reinforcement materials, the shock absorbers for carpet and the glues used in the installation of the carpets) as the majority of the materials used in the inner completion emits organic volatile made up (VOICE, by its abbreviations in English) of a period of time must be ventilated the place.

carpets These emissions can be reduced significantly in the first 72 hours by means of appropriate ventilation, although they are not possible to be eliminated completely. The carpets also act like deposit for the dust, the Earth, pollen, esporas of mould, pesticides and other materials that have been originated in the interiors or that have been engaged in of the outer environment. From the moment that the carpets settle can catch an important amount of particles, which can be removed passing the vacuum cleaner. Nevertheless, if they are not cleaned like is due to hascer, this can cause that great amounts of dust and remainders are accumulated in them. Some studies have demonstrated that the carpets that do not stay well clean can release a significant quantity of particles during the course of the daily activities. In addition, it can be possible that the small children play in the carpet where they will be more in contact with the enemy with polluting agents that have not been removed suitably for want of happening Original author and source of the article