Why are we different from other carpet cleaners?

We do not use a dry chemical to clean with.

What kind of equipment/chemicals are used?

  • We use a van mounted hot water steam extraction machine that runs 300-600 psi of soft hot water and soap pressure into your carpet.
  • We use rinse free soap.
  • We extract 80-85% of the moisture which leaves your carpet clean, sanitized and looking fresh.
  • We are family owned and operated.

What steps do I need to take prior to my carpets being cleaned?

  • Pick up small pieces of furniture off of the carpeted areas to be cleaned. (i.e.. end tables)
  • The more carpet we can clean is better, we can slide a couch or chair out and then back, in order to clean under it however, due to liability factors, we cannot lift and move furniture.
  • Vacuum the carpeted areas you would like to have steam cleaned.
  • Please be sure that the closest parking spot to the point of entry into your home is available: when less length of hose is used, there is better suction for cleaning your carpets.

How long does it take to clean the carpets in my house?

This depends on the size of your home, for example, 3 bedrooms, a living room and a dining room can take any where from 45 minutes to 1 hour depending on how soiled your carpets are.

How long does it take for my carpets to dry after the are cleaned?

This can take anywhere from 4 to 6 hours being sure that there is ample circulation in the home (i.e. circulation fan turned on, ceiling fans on and/or windows and doors open (when the weather is nice).

How much will it cost to clean my carpets?

to clean a 3 bedroom home with a living room and dining room would be about $100. There is an additional charge if there are pet stains or deodorizer needed which can be discussed when you schedule your appointment.

Should my air ducts be cleaned prior to my carpets being cleaned?

YES, so that all residual dirt can be extracted out of the carpet.

Please note: Due to our lower costs, should gas prices reach $4.00 per gallon or more, we will find it necessary to add a surcharge of 10% to the cost of your bill until the price of gas decreases.