Benefits of Deep Cleaning Carpet:
✓ Removes accumulated soil and grime embedded in the carpet pile.
✓ Eliminates odor-causing bacterias.
✓ Removes unsightly stains.
✓ Reduces allergens.
✓ Improves indoor air quality.
✓ Prevents premature wear on carpet.
✓ Keeps your carpet looking great for its full lifetime!
Does your carpet require dry cleaning?
If you have a situation that requires dry cleaning, we are experienced in various dry cleaning applications and can apply that method for you. If you’re not sure which cleaning method your carpet manufacturer recommends, we would be happy to assist you!
How it works:
High-pressure forces of hot water, combined with light cleaning detergents, are propelled into the carpet, loosening dirt, soils, and grime. In almost the same motion, the suspended soils and hot water are extracted by a powerful vacuum suction generated by our truck-mounted vacuum pump. Carpet is immediately rinsed with hot water to completely flush out all cleaning detergents, leaving each carpet fiber residue-free and ph balanced. Additional passes with the carpet wand are made using vacuum suction only to ensure the maximum amount of water is extracted out from the carpet, leaving carpet dry-damp for a speedy drying time.
Carpet should be dry in 3-6 hours.
Carpet protection helps keep your carpet cleaner for longer. It allows for easier removal of wet and dry soils, which extends the life of your carpet and the time between restorative cleanings.
How it works: Carpet protection works by forming an invisible shield around each carpet fiber. This shield is a low surface energy film that resists water and waterborne soils. Once treated, soils will not stick to the fiber surface; therefore, when the fibers are cleaned, the soil is released. Liquid spills will bead up on the surface of the carpet pile and dry soils can be vacuumed more easily.
How often should carpet protection be applied? Carpet manufacturers apply a protective coating or finish to new carpet. Over time, this finish becomes worn down by abrasive soils and normal foot traffic. We highly recommend the application of carpet protection once every 18-24 months. Keep in mind some warranties require that your carpets be cleaned and re-protected within every 18 months. The best time to apply carpet protection is after a periodic restorative cleaning.
Did you know?
- Carpet is beneficial for those with environmental allergies. It improves indoor air quality by acting as a filter, trapping particles in the air and keeping them out of the breathing zone.
- As a form of thermal plastic, carpet cannot, in and of itself, be a food source for supporting the growth of mold and mildew.
Why choose hot water extraction cleaning method?
Hot Water Extraction is the #1 most effective restorative deep cleaning system. Nearly all carpet manufacturers recommend the “Hot Water Extraction” cleaning system for restorative deep cleanings. It is the only carpet cleaning method that can remove soil and residue from deep down in the carpet pile. Hot water extraction is safe for cleaning all types of carpet, including wool. Safe for homes with Children & Pets!
Our 12-Step Carpet Cleaning Process:
We use a 12-step carpet cleaning process to provide each of our clients with the most thorough deep cleaning service possible. Once the 12-step cleaning process is complete, carpet is left sanitized, pH balanced, and essentially residue free. Concerns of re-soiling and spots resurfacing are virtually eliminated.
STEP 1 — Pre-Inspection
Every carpet is thoroughly inspected before cleaning.
STEP 2 — Pre-Vacuum
Your carpet will be thoroughly Vacuumed.
STEP 3 — Furniture Moving
Sofas, chairs and tables will be carefully moved.
STEP 4 — Pre-spray & Pre-spot
Traffic areas and spots are pretreated for more effective removal.
STEP 5 — Pre-Groom
Carpet is pre-groomed to further loosen traffic area soil.
STEP 6 — Extract & Rinse
The loosened soil is then thoroughly extracted.
STEP 7 — Neutralize
Every carpet that we clean is pH balanced, leaving your carpets soft and residue free.
STEP 8 — Post-spot Treatment
Treatment of specialty spots and urine is included.
STEP 9 — Dry Bonnet
A dry bonnet is used on carpets that are prone to wicking.
STEP 10 — Speed Dry
High velocity air movers are used to speed dry carpet.
STEP 11 — Post Grooming
The carpet pile is set in one direction for faster drying.
STEP 12 — Post Inspection
A post walk through