Most people only notice the condition of their carpet when it becomes visibly soiled. By the time it’s finally noticeable, layer upon layer of stains, bacteria, and mineral deposits will have built-up into a mess you can’t clean on your own.
Regular vacuuming can remove dry soil and debris from your carpeting. It, however, leaves behind oily soils and particles that are produced from cooking vapors, pets, and dirt tracked in from outside the home.
These oily contaminants that are left behind can cause your carpet to dull and fade. As they build up they become more difficult to remove. A regular deep cleaning can prevent the excessive build-up of contaminants and keep your carpets looking fresh and clean.
Regular cleaning of your carpets also helps improve the air quality in your home by removing pet hair, dust mites, and other allergens that thrive deep in the carpet.