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Carpet Cleaning

Although regular vacuuming can remove dry soil and debris from your carpeting, it leaves behind oily soils and particles produced from cooking vapors, pets, and dirt tracked in from outside the home.


These oily contaminants and particle soils left behind can cause your carpet to dull and abrade. As the contaminants build up, they become more challenging to remove. Regular deep cleaning of the carpet can prevent the excessive build-up of contaminants and keep your carpets looking fresh and clean.


Regular cleaning of your carpets also helps improve the air quality in your home by removing pet hair, dust mites, and other allergens that thrive deep in the carpet.


What can you do to prepare for your carpet cleaning?

  • Remove small items and breakables from the areas being cleaned.

  • Get ready to be amazed by the Rotovac.

What can you expect your cleaning technician to do?​

  • Pre-inspection: We will evaluate your carpet’s needs. Every carpet must be treated differently. We will decide what will be the best method for cleaning your carpet. You will know upfront what we can and can’t do. This way, there are no surprises.

  • Moving Furniture: When necessary, we will clean under small furniture and place it back in its original position.

  • Pre-treatment: We treat spots and stains as necessary and apply a cleaning solution to the entire carpet.

  • Cleaning: We use our state-of-the-art Rotovac equipment for fast and thorough deep cleaning of your carpet.

  • Post-inspection: Once the project is completed, we re-inspect the carpet with you to ensure that all the work was done to your satisfaction.

  • Protect & Groom: When necessary, we will place blocks or foil under furniture legs to prevent them from staining your fabric floors during drying. We also groom the carpet for a clean, inviting look.


What should you do after the carpet cleaning?

  • To decrease drying time, keep the room temperature at about 72 degrees.

  • Use fans to circulate the air around the cleaned carpet.

Serving Northern Virginia, Montgomery County, Anne Arundel County, and Prince George's County
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