REASONS YOU WILL LOVE MY COMPANY
EXACT APPOINTMENT TIMES
PROMPT RESPONSE - I usually have an opening within a week.
HONEST PRICING - No sales gimmicks, no hidden costs
YOUR CHOICE OF CARPET CLEANING METHODS
||Truck mounted steam cleaning - Most thorough ever.
||Bonnet or Dry Cleaning
SIX YEARS EXPERIENCE CLEANING CARPETS & UPHOLSTERY
I DON'T CUT CORNERS I CLEAN THEM
I take the time to clean every square inch thoroughly
ONE CALL CLEANS ALL
IS THE AIR STARTING TO SMELL STALE?
Pollutants in the air are filtered through your carpet. The carpet traps them so you don't breathe them over and over.. What happens when the trap gets full? Your family starts breathing dust mite debris, pollens, pollutants, fungus, spores, bacteria and a long list of other really gross stuff. Once your carpets natural filtering ability is full, it's time for a thorough cleaning for your health's sake.
Clean every six months and you'll breathe easier. The fact is, clean your carpets frequently, when your traffic lanes first start to appear. They will last longer, look better, and protect your family's health.
TIPS FOR A FAST DRYING CARPET
We clean our filters before every job, to maximize our vacuum.
Here is what you can do, to get your carpet dry even faster:
1. The warmer you keep the house, the faster the carpet will dry. A house that is 72 degrees will dry half again as fast as a house that is 63 degrees.
2. Air holds very little water. When the air has filled with moisture, the carpet stops drying Increase air flow, and the carpet will dry faster. This can be accomplished by turning on the air exchange or opening windows. Even on a cold rainy day the carpet will dry quickly if the house is kept warm, with just one window open a few inches on each end of the house.
3. Fans pointed at the carpet will circulate the moist air away from the carpet, so dry air can replace it.
4. Air conditioners and dehumidifiers will pull moisture out of the air, and are usefull if windows are closed.
5. Avoid putting towels or sheets on the carpet, because this will restrict air flow and slow drying.