Carpet Cleaning Services

This article will examine the different methods for carpet cleaning, from the do-it yourself method to the hiring of professional services Consumers have a wide range of options when it’s time to clean your carpet. This article provides an overview of the options available. We’ll be going into greater detail about each topic in future articles so that you can make an informed decision.

The first is to do it yourself. You’ve probably seen carpet-cleaning rental stands in your local supermarket. You can pick up the carpet cleaning machine along with your grocery shopping. Right? Wrong, wrong, wrong!! Renting these machines is only beneficial to the shop. The retail industry is a smart, business-minded group that has an eye for the bottom line. Who is the one who shops most for groceries in your family? That’s right. Women do.

The rental units are made to be so light that even a woman can easily wheel them to their car. To keep weight low, power is severely reduced. The quality of carpet cleaning will be at the very least mediocre. Lightweight motors are less capable of lifting water than heavier, larger units. This makes it difficult to get the soil out of the carpet. The carpet can dry for hours or even days. When it is dried, the carpet may not look much better. Avoid renting a machine from a supermarket and instead rent one with higher water lifting capabilities. Equipment rental shops or large box stores such as Home Depot or Rona are a much better choice that can give you better value for money.

It is important not to wet the carpet too much. After each wet passage, repeat the process with 2 or 3 dry passes. Use only your vacuum cleaner to extract as much soil-laden water as possible from the carpet. It will reduce the amount of time it takes for the carpet to dry and you may even avoid dampening the flooring underneath.

The next option is to hire a professional cleaning service. The most common is carpet steam cleaning or hot water extraction. Equipment consists of either a portable unit with powerful hoses or a system mounted on a truck. Either system, in the hands of a carpet cleaner with experience, will effectively deep clean your carpet. Ask your friends for recommendations when choosing a carpet cleaning service.

You are likely to know someone who can make a recommendation. Smaller owner-operators are usually a good choice, as they will do the work themselves. You can ask if the company will do a pre-vacuuming of your carpet for no additional cost. It is an indication that the company will take extra time for a thorough cleaning. Ask if there is a guarantee in writing of your satisfaction before you commit to the appointment.

In addition to hot water extraction, professional carpet cleaners offer low-moisture options. Low moisture has the advantage that carpets are dry within an hour of cleaning. Low moisture cleaning is more aggressive and uses less water than hot water extraction to achieve the same result. If the soil is extremely dense, it may be necessary to first flush and extract with hot water before completing a low-moisture cleaning. Professionals will be able to determine the best way to clean your carpet and restore it to its original beauty.
Spotless Carpet Cleaning North Shore
1-5 Lynbara Ave, St Ives NSW 2075
(02) 8607 8811