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Step 1. Pre-inspection: Our technician will walk through your home with you to visually inspect the carpet. He will identify potential permanent stains and give you an evaluation of expected results.
Step 2. Commercial Pre-vscuum: Dry soil is removed by a thorough vacuuming. Removing dry soil is one of the most important steps in cleaning.
Step 3. Furniture moving: Our regular pricing includes moving sofas, chairs, tables and smaller items. Beds, dressers, and heavier pieces are left in place under our regular pricing structure. Our Techs can quote the exact cost any heavier pieces.
Step 4. Pre-spray: A preconditioning agent is applied to break down traffic area soil and general spots for more thorough cleaning.
Step 5. Pre- spot: Difficult spots are pre-treated with special solutions to increase chances of removal.
Step 6. Pre-grooming: A professional carpet groomer is used to further loosen the soil.
Step 7: Soil extraction and rinse: The carpet is then thoroughly rinsed with a powerful extraction cleaning system without over wetting the carpet or leaving a sticky residue behind.
Step 8. Neutralizer: Every carpet that we cleaned is pH balanced so that there is no sticky residue left behind. This also leaves your carpet soft and fresh.
Step 9. Post spot: Any spots or stains still remaining will get extra treatment with our many specialty spotting solutions. * For longer carpet life and fewer permanent stains, be sure to have professional carpet protector re-applied to your carpet.
Step 10. Post grooming: Some fiber types require post cleaning grooming to ensure there is no fiber distortion. It also helps the fiber dry faster.
Step 11. Speed dry: High velocity air movers are placed on the carpet immediately after cleaning to promote faster drying.
Step 12: Post cleaning inspection: Our technician will walk through your home with you to point out the cleaning results to make sure that you are completely thrilled with the job.
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