Carpet Cleaning: Frequently Asked Questions
Vacuuming before we arrive helps you get a better carpet cleaning experience. But it isn't required.
When you remove dirt and debris from the carpet fiber before we start, we're able to get right down to removing the deep down soiled-in dirt.
If we have to spend more time taking care of basic cleaning, it leaves less time for the heavy-duty carpet cleaning.
It can take anywhere between 8-24 hours for your carpet to completely dry. For faster drying, use fans in any rooms cleaned and turn your air conditioning or heating system on.
Avoid Furniture Staining Your Carpet
Be sure to leave the protective blocks under furniture legs and any paper used with upholstered items in place until the carpet and/or furniture is completely dry.
Slippery & Dangerous: Walking from Wet Carpet to Tiles or Wood Floors
You may walk on your carpet immediately after cleaning, but avoid wearing street shoes, as they may ruin your newly cleaned carpet. Clean rubber-soled shoes work well on wet carpets. Be careful when walking from damp, carpeted areas to non-carpeted areas to avoid slipping.
According to Angie's List: The 2018 national average is $175 for carpet cleaning (single room and whole-house projects). Expect to pay between $120 and $235 for typical homes - larger whole-house projects can cost between $350 to $550 or more.
$99 for 3 Bedrooms - Holiday Special
Our 2020 Holiday Special is only $99 for 3 bedrooms. Call us now at (918) 416-7595 to schedule your carpet cleaning before Christmas Eve.
We have a limited number of houses we're able to get on the schedule at this discounted price.
"You must follow your carpet manufacturer's carpet cleaning and maintenance guidelines to the letter if you want to keep your new carpet warranty in force. You should hire a professional to clean your carpets every 12 to 18 months, or as required, whether you think your carpet is dirty or not." - Alan Fletcher, The Carpet Professor
What if You Have Pets?
We recommend pet owners clean high-traffic carpet areas every three to six months. If you want your carpet to get the best treatment, hire a professional carpet cleaner to wash them at least twice a year.
After cleaning, and you've given your carpet time to dry out, we recommend vacuuming.
Vacuuming soon after the carpet is dry restores your carpet's pile to a plumper, fluffier state, giving you a better-looking, softer carpet to walk on.
The deep cleaning also kicks up dirt sometimes from the base of the carpet to the surface. Vacuuming removes this dirt. Leaving your carpet looking fresh and clean.