Area Rug Cleaning

Area rugs have become a popular floor covering choice bringing warmth and beauty into your home. Like carpeting, it is important to have rugs properly cleaned on a routine basis to maintain appearance and increase longevity.  With almost 30 years  experience, our certified technicians are highly trained in both synthetic and natural fiber area rug cleaning.

Natural Fiber Area Rug Cleaning

Natural fiber rugs, whether made of wool (most common), silk, cotton, or a blend, are very dense and highly absorbent. Due to the density of the fibers, and the absorbency of the rug itself (wool can hold up to 30 times its weight in water), on-site cleaning would likely damage the rug and/or the surroundings.  It is important to note that fine natural fiber rugs can NOT be cleaned on site. Our certified technicians will inspect the rug and recommend the best approach for cleaning.

Our in-plant equipment allows for a thorough multi-step immersion process where we actually “bathe” your rug completely.  This allows for removal of as much of the soil load from the rug as possible.  Following cleaning, the rugs are dried using carefully controlled dry warm air.

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Synthetic Area Rug Cleaning

Synthetic area rugs are learned in a similar fashion as routine carpet cleaning.  In some instances, we choose to immersion clean the rugs if they are badly soiled.  Provided there is a proper location and workable nonabsorbent subfloor beneath it, rugs can be cleaned on site with your other service items.  If not, the rug will be brought in for in-plant cleaning.  The process itself is very similar to conventional hot water extraction.

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