Professional and Certified Carpet Cleaning
Depending on use and location, carpet cleaning should be professionally completed once a year, and spot cleaned as necessary in the meantime.
Why Hire a Professional?
There are many methods that can be used to clean your carpets. Each carpet is unique. There are many different styles of pile, materials, backing, and pad. Our IICRC certified technicians have been trained to identify your particular carpet and adjust their cleaning method to maximize soil removal while ensuring that no damage is done. With an investment as large as your home or business’ carpets, it is important that the care given is the care needed. Industry professionals recommend using a certified carpet cleaning company to clean your carpets on a regular basis.
What to Expect from Professional Carpet Cleaning?
Fine Fabric Care’s technicians are trained to show the utmost professionalism and courtesy while in your home. Your satisfaction and comfort are our first priority. We understand it can be uncomfortable having strangers in your home and will do everything we can to make the experience comfortable.
Walk-through with the owner
Beginning Carpet Cleaning Process
Finishing Your Carpet Cleaning
Completion & Continued Care
Carpet Cleaning Tips
Soiling or Spotting
Spotting is a normal part of carpet use. Whether its source is a spill, a seep, or just general tracking, all carpets will build up soil over time. Cleanup can often be handled quickly and without a professional carpet cleaning.
Is it lighter than the carpet?
If so, what you have is bleaching. This does not mean that chlorine bleach was necessarily the source. The sun, pet spots, and many household cleaners can have a bleaching effect on certain carpets, and bleaching must be color-repaired. Call us at (406) 782-5339, and we’ll send a certified technician to come and repair it.
Is the spot darker than the carpet?
It may clean relatively simply, using just a cleaning agent and a towel.
Carpet Wear Considerations
Like all things, carpets wear out as they age, and, depending on your carpet type, this can take several forms.
For frieze/shag carpet
Fibers may pull loose, resulting in an uneven knap. These carpets are also known to have issues in high traffic areas, including pooling – a distortion of the pile which can result in your carpets looking dirty even when clean.
For textured plush/cut pile carpets
These typically wear well. When they do have issues, it is often in the form of pile distortion in traffic areas.
Synthetic berber/loop pile carpets
These wear like steel and clean well. However, when a fiber pulls, it can cause a run that may cross your entire carpet and is nearly impossible to repair.
Fine Fabric Care’s Carpet Cleaning FAQs
Do cleaned carpets soil faster?
How long will it take my carpet to dry?
How often should I have a professional carpet cleaning?
Can’t I just shampoo my carpets myself?
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