Low Moisture Carpet Cleaning

When most people think about carpet cleaning, hot water extraction is the first thing that comes to mind. That’s the one they most often see advertised, and intuitively they think that it’s the best method.  Hot water will get anything clean, right?

Well, hot water extraction (HWE) is not the only tool in the toolbox. In fact, HWE, while very effective, is not necessarily the best method for every job. What do you do if you need your carpet cleaned and dried in a couple of hours?  Time is money, they say. The large volumes of water that HWE uses requires at least several hours to dry, if not longer. Low moisture carpet cleaning uses of course a fraction of the amount of water, and from our experience, cleans the carpet better and the carpet will stay cleaner longer. Almost all of our low-moisture commercial carpet cleaning projects are dry within a couple of hours.

An added benefit of low moisture is that the equipment is portable and is brought inside your facility. HWE often requires hoses that lead inside the building, which means the door of your business must remain open. This could pose a security problem if you are having your carpet cleaned late at night or after-hours.

A low moisture approach to your carpet cleaning needs is a very versatile and viable option, with the added benefit of faster dry times. This means your company can get back to work quicker than ever. Less water also leaves less of an impact on the environment. But don’t take our word for it. Call Derek now and schedule your Free Quote, and he can answer any questions you may have. See for yourself how clean we will get your worst area of commercial carpet.

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