Is it an outdated, over loaded, work horse of a vacuum? Has it been around for a while? Does it have a HEPA Filter system?
The wrong carpet spotting technique can cause more damage than do good. In fact it doesn’t matter how good your cleaning agent performs, improper technique will almost always ensure the spot will return.
Have you ever experienced a stiff carpet (feels like you are walking on bubble wrap or Styrofoam peanuts) after it was cleaned and when you called to inquire why it is stiff you are told it will soften after you vacuum.
Questions and answers about the various smells coming from your carpet.
Have you ever had a spot that starts out the size of a dime and ends up being the size of a small plate. Why does the spot go away and then reappear? How can it show back up even larger than it was last week? Lets think about carpet cleaning in general. When the […]
Oriental rugs are generally made of wool and are extremely durable and consistently outperform other materials. Unlike other fibers, wool is much more resilient, cleans better and stays clean longer.
The wrong carpet cleaning systems and cleaning agents can cost you more than you may realize. In fact if your cleaner is not IICRC Certified and not using The Carpet & Rug Institute’s, Seal of Approval Cleaning Systems and Cleaning Agents they may in fact be voiding your carpet’s warranty.
When you bought your carpet it was: bright and vibrant in color, soft and fluffy to the touch.
Q. What is a carpet inspection?
A. A carpet inspection is an on-site evaluation of a perceived problem with a carpet.
Q. Who usually hires a carpet inspector?