• Can Carpet Cleaning Damage My Carpet?

    Learn what you need to know about upholstery and carpet cleaning.

    Professional Carpet Cleaning

    Nothing gives your home a new lease on life like upholstery and carpet cleaning. But can it damage your carpet? This fear is often the reason people put off getting their carpets cleaned as often as they should. Here’s how carpet cleaning can do damage:

    Using the Wrong Equipment

    Just because someone has equipment labeled “carpet cleaner,” does not mean it’s the right equipment for your flooring. A reliable professional will use the right equipment for your carpet to prevent damage and to get the best cleaning results.

    The Wrong Cleaning Products

    The same can be said for products as it can for equipment. Choose the wrong products and you could be left with more of a mess than when you started, especially when it comes to stains. If a carpet cleaner doesn’t use or choose the right cleaning products, you want to say “next.”

    Lack of Experience

    Carpet cleaning is a skill, it’s not something you can just pick up a machine and do. You want and need a certified cleaning technician. An expert with experience will be able to accurately assess your home and the type of carpet you have and be able to marry those with your cleaning needs to give you the best job possible. Hiring an amateur with no training could lead to disaster. You'll always get the best results working with experts like us who know what they're doing. Whitehall Carpet Cleaners has years of experience helping homeowners with rug and carpet cleaning, carpet stretching, and even mold remediation.

    Professional carpet cleaning is great for your home and your carpet to help keep it clean and free from dirt, bacteria, and allergens. The only thing to worry about is hiring the wrong professional. For the most reliable carpet and upholstery cleaning, contact the team at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners, 24/7, by calling 803-732-3200 or by clicking here.

    By: Matt Lashway Wednesday, November 25, 2015
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