Carpets need to be routinely cared for in order to maintain and extend its useful life. Regular vacuuming and annual professional carpet cleaning offer many benefits for you and your carpets. Carpets attract dirt and grit daily. Vacuuming at least as often as once a week can prevent carpet fibers from being damaged. It is as equally important to make sure your vacuum is working properly and removing dirt from your carpet. Routinely vacuuming your carpet will limit dust mites and other allergens, offering allergy relief. Carpets that are frequently vacuumed will stay cleaner longer as dirt buildup will be less apparent. Your carpets will appear to be more lively for a longer period of time when you maintain a vacuuming routine. Dirt will be less likely tracked throughout other areas of your house.
Most carpet manufacturers require professional carpet cleaning by IICRC-Certified Carpet Cleaners every 12 to 18 months. A quality carpet cleaning will include application of cleaning solutions to your carpets, gently shampooing the carpets thoroughly to loosen dirt, and truck-mounted steam extraction to thoroughly rinse your carpet. Your carpets should remain slightly damp and completely dry usually within a few hours.
At Green Clean, we use the best method to restore your carpets, leaving them smelling fresh and looking new. Our Dual Process Cleaning Method includes pretreatment, Rotary Foam shampooing and scrubbing with a special nylon brush designed specifically for carpets, and truck-mounted steam extraction that leaves your carpet slightly damp and dirt-free. We use eco-friendly cleaning products that are safe for you, children, pets, and the environment. A professional carpet cleaning by Green Clean will extend the life of your carpets and provide you with a healthier living environment. Regular Carpet Cleaning with eco-friendly cleaning products can greatly improve indoor air quality which in turn improves the health of the occupants.Prev: Free In-Home EstimatesNext: Jason Schroeck Now Serves on the Board of Directors for the BBBView All Resources