RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
Carpets • Upholstery • Flood Restoration
Dirty carpets are unappealing and unhealthy, but it is something that can’t be avoided in heavy traffic areas such as living rooms, hallways, offices, restaurants, and hotels. A dirty carpet will make your home or business look bad, but we can help and restore your carpet to its like new look again. Our residential and commercial carpet cleaning services can be set up as a one-time service or we can schedule regular cleanings for your Ozaukee County home or business. We will provide you with clean carpets and bring your home or business back to an attractive and healthy state.
We are carpet cleaning professionals with years of experience and knowledge to ensure that no matter the job, we will leave you with clean carpets in time. We can work with any home or business such as medical offices, retail businesses, multi-tenant buildings, schools, banks, fitness centers, churches, auto dealerships, city or state building offices, construction offices and more. Call us to find out how we can accommodate you.
We start every project by talking with you about what you’re looking for and what your carpet needs, and if we will need to move your furniture, which is very common. We then measure your area and figure out exactly how much it will cost. For both residential and commercial carpets we will then we pre-spray a detergent that is designed for your specific carpet type followed by a hot water extraction that cleans your carpet with quick drying time.
It may look like magic happening before your eyes, but we utilize science to get these results. Our pre-spray is a high PH detergent and using a low PH rinsing agent that will remove all detergents and dirt. This effectively cleans your carpet and leaves it looking like new. We can also use a carpet protector that coats and lubricates your carpet so dirt doesn't stick as easily. This allows your vacuum to do its job more efficiently and you wont need us as often.
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