Choosing the right company to look after your carpets is essential. There are so many things to consider when cleaning a carpet, such as finding out if you have a carpet that can be cleaned using high or low pressure, which cleaning products can be used that won’t affect or damage the fibres and whether or not stains can be removed.
This information is to help guide you into choosing the best company to look after your floors. Here at Remarkerble, we don’t just quote you over the phone as others may do, we will come out to you to measure up and give you an accurate price and discuss your needs and areas of concerns before we come to clean. There are a lot of companies out there that would just clean your carpet without even knowing the consequences of there actions. For example, if they don’t check to see if your carpet has a woven backing or a latex backing, the difference can be very costly, as a woven carpet should always be cleaned using low moisture otherwise they can shrink, therefore having a good machine where the pressure can be adjusted is essential to a good quality professional carpet cleaners tools. Here at Remarkerble, we use a machine that can do that and more, we have the knowledge of working with all types of carpets and we use cleaning products that are safe to use.
After we have done all of our tests, we vacuum your carpets thoroughly using one of the best industrial vacuum cleaners out there. This process is extremely important because if its not vacuumed, as soon as you spray it with a liquid, all that dry soil will turn into mud causing more problems. After its vacuumed, we then pre-spray the carpets, agitate them and leave them to dwell for a short period of time. We then rinse and extract using hot water from our powerful machine, which removes the dirt and soil and leaves your carpets looking and smelling fresh. We then stain guard your floors to prevent them from getting stained in the future. The stain guard basically acts as an invisible coating that tends to stop liquids from entering the fibres and anything spilt just beads on the surface, giving you time to fetch a kitchen towel to dab up the mess. The stain guard is charged at an optional extra, but we always recommend having it as it will save you money in the future.