While it’s impossible to anoint a best country for rug production, the consensus is that rugs from India, Pakistan, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, and China are among the world’s’ finest ( though poor- or lesser-quality rugs can also originate from any of these countries as well). The best rug is going to be up to you – only the eye of the beholder (and the beholder of the checkbook) can make that assessment.
Think about how many customers and employees enter your business every day. In a high-traffic area, there's a lot of residue left behind by customers and even previously used cleaning methods. We'll pre-treat spots and stains, to ensure they disappear. Choosing Cintas as your commercial carpet cleaner, your floors will be spotless, sanitary, and odorless.

Excellent! Our young dog had messed on our new landing and bedroom wool carpets - causing a lot of mess ?. Artur came round, discussed what could be done, gave us a quote and came around on a Saturday to clean the carpets. He is friendly, polite, knows all about wool carpets and most importantly- managed to get all of the bad stains out. Good as new again! Highly recommend. Thank you Artur !
Wool and silk area rugs typically cost more to clean than rugs made from synthetic fibers because the more delicate materials take more care and may require specialized cleaning fluids. For example, a synthetic rug may cost $1.50 per square foot to clean; a wool, cotton, or chiffon rug could be $2 per square foot; and a silk or Navajo wool rug could cost $3 per square foot. The two most common rug cleaning methods are steam and chemical cleaning. The costs for the two methods are often the same, although a steam-cleaned rug will take longer to dry due to the moisture. If your area rug needs odor removal, moth deterrent, or hand washing, there will be additional charges.
Area and Oriental rugs are a beautiful addition to any home. Like well-placed wall decor or fine paintings, they contribute to the overall character and complete the furnishing of a well-decorated room. Unlike wall decor, however, area rugs usually receive a fair amount of traffic. Rugs like this are often put down in high-traffic areas to decorate, liven up and even protect these living spaces. But who is going to protect the rugs? Who will you trust to do proper rug cleaning?
Area and Oriental rugs are a beautiful addition to any home. Like well-placed wall decor or fine paintings, they contribute to the overall character and complete the furnishing of a well-decorated room. Unlike wall decor, however, area rugs usually receive a fair amount of traffic. Rugs like this are often put down in high-traffic areas to decorate, liven up and even protect these living spaces. But who is going to protect the rugs? Who will you trust to do proper rug cleaning?
Steam cleaning is an increasingly popular method of carpet cleaning that uses hot water and a detergent solution. The carpet cleaning machine sprays the solution onto your carpet, then sprays hot water on top to activate it. The machine then sucks up the majority of the water, extracting grime and pollutants from the carpet fibers. Steam cleaning is generally considered a safe way to clean carpets because it doesn’t use chemicals that are unhealthy for people or risky for the carpet fibers. Professional carpet cleaners use machines that are more powerful than home cleaners, so they can suck up more dirt and leave the floors dryer. Because steam cleaning penetrates the surface of the carpet, it removes far more dirt, pet hair, dust mites and other debris than vacuuming does. Steam cleaning is also commonly used for cleaning furniture and mattresses, so steam cleaning companies may offer these services bundled with carpet cleaning services.

Healthier. We use a specially designed, green-certified cleaning solution that is safe and non-toxic for your employees and customers. Our low moisture process also helps eliminate the risk of mold and mildew that excess water can cause. Additionally, in a study conducted by a leading independent air quality lab, our HCE cleaning process was found to remove an average of 98% of common allergens from carpet and upholstery, and, when a sanitizer is added, 89% of airborne bacteria.*
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