Red Deer Carpet Cleaning

 

Q: I vacuum regularly and we’re careful with spills. Why do I need the carpets cleaned? A: Great! Regular vacuuming is one of the best things you can do for your carpet. Don’t forget to use the hose end or a small tool to vacuum the outer edge of any carpeted stairs you may have. The soil really gets impacted in this area from traffic and most people just vacuum the top of the tread area. Eventually however, vacuuming will not be enough to maintain the carpet. The problem is that over time, an oily film builds on the carpet. This can come from pollution, moisture and cooking oils in the air, perspiration from bare feet, etc. Another big source of oily film is pets; they have oily coats and they sweat from their feet (I know, I have three large dogs!). Now it’s not that this oily film in itself looks dirty, but what happens is that all the dust and dirt we all have sticks to the oil and therefore to the carpet. At this point, your vacuum can no longer remove it and you must have it cleaned to remove the oil and dirt. The good news is that the cleaning method and products that we use are the very best at removing the oily film and soil. Q: How often should I have my carpets cleaned? A: Well, I would like to give you two answers here. First, I must tell you that you should have it professionally cleaned at least every 12 to 24 months. One reason I say this is that most carpet manufacturers require this to maintain the warranty on your carpet. They do this because soil and grit in the carpet is the major cause of carpet damage and wear. The soil and grit are abe home while my carpet is being cleaned? It is not necessary that you be home while your carpet is cleaned because our carpet cleaners are professionals, fully trained, reliable and insured. However, we recommend that someone be home before we begin cleaning to discuss carpet care issues pertaining to your carpet, and to discuss which cleaning package you would prefer. Q. Why do some stains reappear after carpets have dried? Some spots may reappear after drying or after a few days of usage. This is usually caused by a previous soap build-up or stickiness from a spill. Spots reappearing from a process called “wicking” is also common. This is caused when the spot wicks up from the backing of the carpet. 

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The top of the carpet dries first and pulls up more moisture, any dormant spots in the pad or back of the carpet can be pulled to tips of the fibers. Our service technicians concentrate on these areas but can only go over areas a limited number of times. Return services may be subject to a minimum service charge AFTER our 1st return service. (1st is free for up to 30 days after original cleaning). So if a spot does return after our cleaning please be sure to call us back within the first 30 days and we will be happy to return and retreat for FREE!!! Q. Can I walk on my carpet after it has been cleaned? You may walk on your carpets as long as you don’t have your feet soiled. However, try to keep pets, children, and heavy traffic off the carpet during the drying process.

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Red Deer Carpet Cleaners

Red Deer Carpet Cleaners

Red Deer Carpet Cleaning

Red Deer Carpet Cleaning