Doing Extra Steps
- VACUUMING with top rated vacuum, for superior Dry Soil Removal
- Scientifically complete dry soil removal
- Includes vacuuming soiled areas up to 16 times
- Application of DETERGENT
- Detergent breaks down molecular bonds
- Releases soil, stains and old residues
- Electronic SCRUB of carpet with counter-rotating brush (CRB)
- Agitation increases physical contact between the detergent and sticky dirt
- Increases the ability of the detergent’s chemistry
- High Temperature, Sanitizing, pH-Balanced RINSE
- Tool focuses the power of the truck mount vacuum for an improved cleaning
- Evacuates more moisture for faster drying
- pH-Balance repels future dirt
- Environmentally Friendly Protectant
- High-grade solvent
- Fiber penetration is superior to water-based protectants
- Fast Dry Times
- Fast-evaporating high-temperature solutions
- Carpets are mostly dry after cleaning, and totally evaporate in hours (depending on the humidity level). You can help by creating a good drying environment after cleaning.
- We have power air movers for rapid drying – just ask.
Cleaning is the science of controlling contaminants. It is the process of locating, identifying, containing, removing, and properly disposing of unwanted substances from an environment.
The cleaning process is our most powerful means of ensuring the quality of our most immediate surroundings and protecting our health and our most valuable possessions.
Cleaning allows using valuable space over and over. We clean for aesthetics and to send messages of dignity and prestige.
Often, we clean for safety and to ensure sanitation and health.
People hire a carpet cleaner to reduce exposures of humans and valuable materials to harmful substances and conditions.
The benefit occurs when pollutants are removed and exposures reduced.
All of us are exposed to biological pollutants.
Some people do not experience health reactions, while others may experience allergic, infectious, and/or toxic reactions.
Allergic reactions may be the most common health challenge associated with poor indoor air quality in homes.
They are often connected with animal dander, dust mites, and pollen.
Common signs and symptoms include watery eyes, runny nose and sneezing, nasal congestion, itching, coughing, headaches, and fatigue.
Health experts are especially concerned about people with asthma. These folks have sensitive airways.
Properly cleaning and maintaining your home will reduce your risk so you can continue your normal routines in the best of health.