Make Your Carpets Look New Again
Country Carpet Cleaning, in New Milford, Connecticut, is known for high-quality floor cleaning services. Whether we’re cleaning carpets and rugs or tile and grout, we don’t stop until your floor is spotless. Check out our residential carpet cleaning frequency chart to learn how often you should have your carpets professionally cleaned.
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A Clean House Is A Healthy House
Did you know that an 8″ x 10″ wool rug can hold up to 90 pounds of dirt before showing signs that it needs cleaning? At Country Carpet Cleaning, we understand how important it is to have a clean environment in which your family can live, work, and play. Cleaner carpets mean better air quality for the people and pets that you love.
The Best Carpet Cleaning Methods
To ensure the most thorough level of cleanliness, we use the best method in the industry: hot water extraction, also known as carpet steam cleaning. This method is recommended most frequently by nearly all carpet manufacturers and carpet fiber producers as it provides the deepest cleaning. Hot water extraction uses high pressure and is designed to get deep down into the carpet fibers to lift out dirt and grime. A pre-conditioner is applied to the soiled surface to help separate the soil from the fiber. As an added benefit, this process restores some of the damage from normal use in the high-traffic areas of your home. We can even take all area and oriental rugs back to our shop where we have the tools to make them look as good as new.
Knowledgeable & Skilled Experts
Our team of cleaners is specially trained and certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), the world’s foremost organization for carpet, rug, and upholstery cleaners. We’re committed to keeping up-to-date on the newest industry technologies and cleaning methods by taking frequent educational certification classes.
We care about the health of our planet, which is why we offer environmentally friendly cleaning products that have been listed under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Designed for the Environment (DFE) program. These products are ideal when your indoor air quality is a concern.
Residential Carpet Cleaning Frequency Chart
The following chart from the IICRC S100 Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Carpet Cleaning serves as a guideline for recommending cleaning frequencies for carpet. The guidelines consider traffic, soil rating, vacuuming schedules, spot-cleaning schedules, as well as professional interim and restorative cleaning.