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November 28th, 2014 · No Comments

ServiceMaster of Marshalltown’s carpet cleaning techniques are second to none.

Around Marshalltown, Tama, and State Center, Iowa, hard work and taking care of what you have are just a couple of the principles people live by. Folks understand there’s usually a difference between low cost and true value too. That includes maintaining our homes and businesses, right down to cleaning the carpets. Clean carpets last longer and just make a place look well cared for.

When it comes to cleaning carpets, there can be a lot to consider to achieve the best value for your dollar. Because Iowans like to think of themselves as independent and self-sufficient, we like to do things for ourselves. That’s a good way to approach life, but it may not be the best way to approach cleaning your carpets and keeping them clean.

Doing it yourself may seem like a good idea. After all, who is going to take better care of your home or business than you? More than likely, you would be willing to spend more time cleaning your carpets than some service you hire. But are you really getting your carpets cleaner?

There’s more to cleaning carpets than brushing in carpet shampoo by hand or with a rental machine. All that scrubbing may make the carpet look clean, but what about the cleaning solution and water you scrubbed into your carpet? The machines you can buy or rent have a system for extracting the dirty soap and water, but it is probably not powerful enough to remove all or enough of it. Did you know that carpets that are not properly cleaned (and that includes removing all the detergent from the fibers) will get dirty faster than if you hadn’t cleaned it at all? Any residue left behind actually attracts dirt. The better answer is to call in a carpet cleaning professional to do the job. It may cost more up-front, but in the long run it can save your carpets and, more importantly, save you money.

Once you decide to hire someone to do your carpet cleaning, do some checking. Not all professional carpet cleaning companies are the same. Talk to friends, family, or co-workers about their experiences. Were they satisfied? Would they hire that service again? These days, security is becoming an issue. Was the person they hired professional in their appearance and manner of doing business? Did they get an estimate for their cleaning project, or just a blanket per-room fee?

Every cleaning job is different with distinctive challenges. Some have extremely high traffic areas or stains that may require more effort to clean, and not all carpet types are the same. Make sure the service you hire is knowledgeable about the care and cleaning of different carpet weaves and fibers. Don’t be shy about asking about how the company trains their carpet cleaning technicians. Ask about the equipment and products they use. When it comes to equipment, is their cleaning system powered by a separate truck or van mounted unit? If not, their equipment may not have the power it takes to properly rinse and extract dirt and detergent residue, and your carpets may be left less dry than they should be.

These are all important questions to ask. When you call ServiceMaster of Marshalltown, we will be happy to answer all your questions about our carpet cleaning methods and what to expect from us. Our professional carpet cleaning technicians know what it will take to get your carpets clean. Most stains and high traffic areas aren’t a problem. Our ServiceMaster system of treating problem areas is sure to get your carpets looking their best. We pride ourselves on having the latest in carpet cleaning equipment and carpet cleaning products.

When we say, “We aren’t satisfied until you’re satisfied,” it isn’t just a phrase. We mean it. Give your carpets a fresh start into winter by calling ServiceMaster of Marshalltown.

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