Five Star Carpet Cleaning & Restoration in Gilbert, AZ
Great looking carpet can improve the appearance of your home, but how can you keep carpet that is walked on every day looking new? To keep your carpet clean, it's necessary to vacuum regularly with a vacuum that has strong suction, a beater bar, and has a filter. It is recommended to vacuum once a week for every person and pet living in the home. So if it’s you and your spouse, two kids, and a dog, that means vacuuming 5 times a week. I know it sounds like a lot, but vacuuming is the best way to prevent your carpet fibers from becoming damaged.
Unfortunately, due to walking traffic, children, and pets, your carpet will eventually become soiled and look dull. And then, no matter how much you vacuum, the carpets just won’t look clean anymore. That’s when you will need to call a professional carpet cleaner. In addition to frequent vacuuming, it’s important to have your carpets professionally cleaned on a regular basis. Professional cleaning systems will remove the oily, sticky soil that vacuums can't take out, and will help keep your carpets looking great over time.
Professional cleaning systems target the soils that result from cooking, air pollution, and tracked-in soiling. The particles of oily soil deposited on carpet fibers can cause gradual but significant dulling of colors. The carpet’s color becomes hidden under this film of soiling.
Research indicates that hot water extraction cleaning provides the best cleaning results. This professional cleaning system is commonly referred to as steam cleaning. The process consists of first applying a cleaning agent into the carpet pile. Then, using hot water in the extraction tool, the cleaning solution and the soiling are rinsed and removed from the carpet using high-powered suction. This is best done from a truck-mounted unit outside the home with only the hose and cleaning tool brought into the home.
For more information or to schedule your Professional Carpet Cleaning in Gilbert, AZ please contact us at 480-450-5871.