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CARPET CLEANING

  

As with upholstered furniture, rugs, drapery and household linens, your carpets need regular cleanings to keep them clean, healthy and attractive. 


Whether you have pets who have the occasional accident, or ones who can’t seem to keep their hair or lovely drool to themselves;  kids who love playing with crayons or mud, simply have the typical food/ drink spill, or just plain old foot -traffic, over time  carpet begins to build up a significant amount of dirt, dander, germs and debris. 


While routine vacuuming helps remove surface dirt in between steams, it does nothing in terms of cleaning your carpet, nor removing the dirt which is penetrated deep into the carpet fibers.


According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA), the indoor levels of many different pollutants can be between two and five times higher indoors, and some pollutants can be as much as 100 times greater than outdoor levels, therefore making poor indoor air quality one of the biggest risks to public health. 


Another factor to keep in mind, is that nearly all carpet manufacturers require you to professionally steam clean your carpets at the very least, every 12 to 18 months, to keep your Carpet’s warranty valid-- check your carpet's warranty for specifics. 





                                     



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Carpet Maintenance Tips

  • Vacuum at least once per week and increase frequency in high-traffic areas or if you find it necessary-- allergies, pets, high-traffic, etc. 

  •  Vacuum with a clean bag or filter 

  

  • Call professionals to steam your carpet, more often than you think you should.


  • Blot spills immediately -- do NOT wait, as it will only let the stain seep deeper and can cause it to set.


  • Rubbing a stain will cause it to spread and can distort the carpet's pile and/or texture. 


  • UV rays from sunlight can age carpet, especially darker colored carpet, so when possible attempt to block direct sunlight for longer periods of time. Curtains? Blinds? Residential window tint?


  • Use furniture coasters and occasionally re-arrange furniture to alleviate furniture indentation marks.


  • Trim loose ends and snags, as they may start out small but, can quickly develop into a bigger problem. Avoid bigger issues by trimming them down immediately.


  • Doormats are necessary in every entry/exit point.


  • When possible, ask Guest to kindly take their shoes off at the door or purchase  disposable shoe covers  to provide Guest with upon entry.