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SERVPRO’s Carpet Cleaning Service

6/8/2020 (Permalink)

Whether in your home or business, carpets can make or break a the aesthetic appeal of
your property. While essential for comfortable spaces, dirty carpets can begin to smell and do the
opposite of what you might hope. At SERVPRO, we offer a fast and effective carpet cleaning
service that will remove dirt and eliminate odors.
Over time, carpets collect massive amounts of dirt and other unwanted substances. Even
after cleaning with a vacuum, spray, and/or scrub, particles still tend to cling to the surface and
stain the area. Our procedure thoroughly removes any trace of dirt. We do what’s called hot
water extraction, which destroys deep-seated pockets of dirt through use of waterpower and
vacuuming. The hot water extractor (HWE) sprays a high-powered stream of, well, hot water,
and a cleaning agent that removes soil by using heat and pressure. The extractor then sucks the
moisture and dirt from the surface. It’s important that this last part is done properly by
professionals, because lingering moisture can in fact cause further problems, such as mold and
water damage.
Not only will SERVPRO make sure that your carpet is thoroughly cleaned and dried, but we
also have a variety of tools for the job. For most tasks, we have a truck mounted HWE that can
provide a massive amount of power to clean and dry as quickly as possible. For small-scale
operations and areas that are not accessible to our larger HWE, we utilize a portable version that
allows us to get to any area that might need cleaning.
Carpets cleaned with how water extraction can make all the difference in comfort and
cleanliness. If you would like to schedule a cleaning, or if you have any questions, give us a call
at SERVPRO of Northbook / Wheeling / Glencoe, (847) 498-8889.

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