Protect Your Investment
Peerless Cleaning & Restoration Services believes in helping you protect your investment by providing the best carpet cleaning services possible. Cleaning your carpet not only helps beautify your home, it also helps protect it by removing dirt and allergens from your living environment. Cleaning your carpet should be part of normal maintenance. Even with regular vacuuming, carpet eventually needs a thorough cleaning.
Most carpet manufacturers and the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration recommend professionally cleaning your carpet at least once a year. This is often necessary to keep your carpet warranty valid. Families with pets or high traffic should consider more frequent cleanings.
Experience and Training
At Peerless, we believe the best way to truly be of service to our customers is to have the best trained and educated employees we can possibly have. Our technicians go through extensive training and are certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration. We even have a 30 year veteran who is a Master Textile Cleaner.
Using hot water extraction, our Master Textile Technician will clean the fronts and backs (when possible) of your rug, hang it to dry, then roll and wrap them in paper. For a longer lasting finish, we would recommend Scotchgarding your rug. Pickup and delivery is available upon request.
WOW! Our white carpets look brand new again! The job your technician did was nothing short of miraculous. Would highly recommend Peerless!!
Carpet Care Tips
- Vacuum often and thoroughly, passing over the area from a variety of directions. Keeping your carpet fresh is an important part of maintaining a healthy indoor environment.
- Use door mats to catch dirt from shoes before it enters your home.
- Clean your carpet before it becomes visibly soiled.
- Respond to stains immediately for optimum restoration.
A large ugly stain was completely taken away!
Carpet Cleaning Myths
- Wait as long as you can to have your carpets cleaned for the first time, once you have them cleaned, they will never look the same again. With this mindset, what is keeping your carpet from looking great is in the waiting not in the cleaning. The longer you wait and let your carpet continue to be soiled the more damage you can be doing. As long as you choose a trained, certified professional your carpet should look better after cleaning.
- Dry Cleaning is so much better than Steam (wet) Cleaning. Hot Water Extraction, otherwise known as Steam Cleaning is actually the preferred method of most carpet manufacturers. In fact, not having your carpets steam cleaned may void any warranty you have. This myth comes from a bad experience with steam cleaning – probably one that has left too much water remaining on the carpet. Choosing a professional who takes pride in their work and understands their craft will solve this problem every time.
- I have my own carpet cleaning machine so I don’t need to call a professional to clean my carpet. Having your own machine can be very useful for small spots and routine cleaning. However, most home machines do not have the same suction power as professional machines do. A home machine can loosen the dirt but may not completely remove all residues. Call a professional every 12-18 months to keep your carpet looking its best.
Certifications: Carpet Cleaning Technician, Color Repair Technician, Carpet Repair and Reinstallation Technican, Journeyman Textile Cleaner, Master Textile Cleaner
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