the carpet cleaning process
I will clean your carpets using a process called encapsulation. This process has the been the best way to clean commercial carpets for some time now and it’s the latest and best way to clean residential carpets. The main benefits are fast drying times, due to its low water usage and cleaner carpets due to the agitation used to break up dirt and spills. I firmly believe that if you aren’t scrubbing, you aren’t cleaning.
It all starts with a 5 step process:
Pre Vacuum: For best results the carpet should be vacuumed before cleaning. As a cost saving measure, you can vacuum your carpets before I arrive or we can schedule me to vacuum when I show up. The cost to pre vacuum is $5 per room.
Pre Treatment: I pre treat the traffic lanes and spills with a stronger version of my commercial soap. If requested, I also treat the urine spots at this time.
Scrubbing: I begin cleaning by scrubbing the carpet to work the soap into the fibers and break up the dirt. The carpet will start to look much better and more uniform at this time.
Extraction: I repeat the scrubbing process with absorbent cotton pads which extract the dirt, soap and water. This step and the previous step are repeated until the carpet is clean, damp and smelling fresh.
Post Vacuuming: This process will vibrate the carpets and bring pet hair and debris to surface so vacuuming after cleaning is a must. The vacuum also grooms the carpet and leaves the fibers standing upright so they will dry faster.
I use this carpet cleaning process because I know it produces the best results. My prices start at $80 for 2 rooms and a hallway. Each additional room is $25, so 3 rooms are $105, 4 rooms are $130 and so on. Each room is 200 square feet or less and stairs count as a room.