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6 Steps to Healthy Carpets – Steam Cleaning Method

When you select us to professionaly clean you carpets, we offer two different cleaning methods. Which process (dry or wet) is the best in your case depends on factors such as the carpet type, wear and tear, and the amount of soiling. Most carpet manufacturers recommend that carpets be cleaned every 12 months depending upon the number in the household, amount and type of activity, and the shade of the carpet. To get the most useful life out of your carpet we recommend that you dry clean your carpets regularly every 3 to 6 months, or before they become too heavily soiled, and to schedule a steam clean once a year. In spite of beliefs to the contrary, frequent cleaning will not cause the carpets to re-soil faster. Please call us to schedule a free in-home recommendation and estimate.

  • Step 1: Vacuum
  • Step 2: Pre-Spot
  • Step 3: Pre-Condition
  • Step 4: Extraction and Rinse
  • Step 5: Protective Coating
  • ​Step 6: Drying

6 Steps to Healthy Carpets – Dry Cleaning Method

We also provide a 6-step dry cleaning process. The great thing about the dry method is that there is no drying time whatsoever, so your family can continue to walk on the carpets even during the cleaning process. Dry cleaning is a great way to provide maintenance cleanings between an annual deep restorative steam cleaning. It involves a proper blend of moisture, agitation, temperature and timed delivery. Our dry carpet cleaning product contains a small amount of water, and safe cleaning agents to satisfy cleaning. Furthermore, the deep, thorough brushing (physical contact) of the carpeted area satisfies the time, agitation and heat (physical contact) components. Dry cleaning provides a great maintenance cleaning! Not to worry … our process is safe for all carpet fibers and your children and pets.

  • Step 1: Vacuum
  • Step 2: Pre-Spot
  • Step 3: Pre-Condition/Activator
  • Step 4: Apply Dry Compound
  • Step 5: Final Vacuuming
  • Step 6: Protective Coating