How Much Does Carpet Cleaning Cost?
Carpet cleaning can often become a daunting task that involves moving furniture and avoiding contact with your flooring for a period of time, but here are the basic need to knows about carpet cleaning.
Either way, most of these services will range from $100-400 depending upon the room size and staining.
For services that offer square footage pricing, they usually range from $80-250 between 900-1000 sq. ft for carpet cleaning costs.
Alternative forms of cleaning such as DIY cleaning are always an option for homeowners looking to shave a few dollars off of there budget for cleaning.
Those who choose to do so must rent a carpet cleaner from their local home improvement store, which usually costs around $35-50 per day–this does not include the cleaning solution that must go inside the cleaner.
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Should I Use Vinegar On My Carpets?
If you’ve ever searched the Internet, or even just talked to someone about how to remove a particularly tough stain from your carpet, they’ve probably suggested using vinegar.
Plain white vinegar is often touted as a miracle cure for any kind of stain or spot, whether it’s a pet stain, chocolate, pasta sauce or even red wine.
What’s more, it’s completely natural, baby and pet safe and really cheap.
While white vinegar can tackle some types of stain very effectively without damaging your carpet, it isn’t always the solution.
Perhaps, it’s better to leave stain removal to the carpet cleaning professionals. They have the right equipment, experience and expertise to deal with stains effectively without damaging your carpet.
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Why Spots And Stains Recur (And What To Do About It)
Spots and stains can occur for a variety of reasons. More often than not, though, the cause is either soiling or wicking.
Soiling is caused by residue from the cleaning products you used to deal with your mess.
Instead of drying, this residue becomes sticky and turns your carpet’s fibers into a veritable magnet for dirt, dust and all sorts of other nasty particles.
And if you can’t get rid of your spots or stains, just call in the professionals.
They’ll deep clean your carpet using hot water extraction or encapsulation and leave your carpet clean and almost dry to the touch.
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Does Your Carpet Need Replacing? 5 Telltale Signs
While getting your carpet professionally cleaned at least every twelve months will keep it fresh and clean and help it last a lot longer than it otherwise would, there will come a point when it’ll need to be replaced.
And while proper care can add years to it, all that foot traffic, dust particles and occasional spillages will eventually catch up.
But, how do you tell it’s time to replace, rather than just clean your carpet?
It may be time to go out with the old and in with the new.
Whether you need old carpet restored or new carpet installed, we can help.
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Can You Save 15-Year-Old Carpets That Have Never Been Cleaned?
High quality carpeting made of durable materials can last 20 years or even longer.
It really comes down to the quality and type of material, the amount of foot traffic it takes and – you guessed it – how well you take care of it.
Carpet in high traffic areas, such as your living room or foyer, can last a lot less, simply because it takes a lot more foot traffic.
You should give your carpets a professional do over at least once a year.
This will prevent dirt buildups and keep your carpets cleaner, fresher and looking their best for longer.
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