Carpet cleaning costs vary depending on the type of cleaning, such as steam cleaning, and whether there are any stains that require special treatment. The main cost factors are the square footage of the carpet and the material it’s made from. The national average carpet cleaning price ranges from $100 to $130 for a typical suburban home, but steam cleaning prices start at an average of $120. In general, professional carpet cleaning ranges from an average of 20 cents to 50 cents per square foot, depending on where you live. Many companies have a minimum fee or room requirement — such as two rooms for an average of $40 each — and will charge more to clean carpeted stairs or a second floor. Finally, the carpet fiber type, density and pile will also affect the cost of cleaning; man-made fibers are stain-resistant and easier to clean, while wool carpeting is sensitive to water and requires more care.

A rug pad is a piece of material that goes underneath the rug between the rug and the floor, and is the same size as (or slightly smaller than) the rug. The rug pad acts as a buffer to deter rug-dye transfer to your hardwoods, prevent scratching, and add a nice little cushion for comfort. They are also really handy in keeping rugs from slipping and sliding. Do not buy a pad that is larger than the rug--that’s never a good look. Stick with the same size or slightly smaller to keep it hidden from view.


Cleaner. Our unique hot carbonating extraction cleaning method employs the bubbly properties of carbonation to penetrate deep into your carpets and upholstery, breaking up dirt and grime and lifting it to the surface. We then follow-up with state-of-the-art equipment to pull the dirt and water from your carpet, leaving behind a deep-down, long lasting clean for your employees and customers.
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