Area Rug Cleaning

The Cleaning Process

Our cleaning plant and drying tower are capable of cleaning even the largest loose rugs (carpets), and we still treat each individual rug with the same care as we did when we first began back in 1986.


Once your rug (carpet) is measured and examined it is put through our Beater / Duster. This helps eliminate loose soil, dust and other particles that could contain bacteria. Our method is superior to regular cleaning (i.e. Steam Cleaning or Dry-Chemical Cleaning) which can leave a muddy residue in your carpets.


In the second stage of the cleaning process, your rug is soaked with water and a mild PH balanced detergent. The entire process is done by hand and gentle mechanical brushing with luke warm water and a mild detergent. The rug (carpet) is washed in fresh (non-recycled) water.


During the third stage of the process your rug (carpet) goes through our rinse cycle using approximately 2000 gallons of clean (non-recycled) water per hour to eliminate soap residue, dirt and soil. This process helps reduce allergy symptoms.


In the fourth stage your rug is fed through two massive ringers at 140 psi to squeeze the water out of the rug. At this point an inspection takes place. If we are not satisfied with the results we repeat stages 2 through 4 until a satisfactory result is achieved, at NO EXTRA COST to you.


In the fifth and final stage your rug is sent up into our drying tower. This is a temperature and humidity controlled environment where it is hung from one end—the same way you see it in stores. This helps your rug to retain its original shape. Also the controlled temperature and humidity ensures your rug will dry quickly and properly without the risk of mold or mildew.

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