How to Choose a Carpet Cleaning Service
The good weather in the San Diego area encourages people to spend a lot of time outdoors. This can be good for you, but hard on your carpets as shoe tracks and all sorts of debris that may not be easily seen. Also, the proximity to the ocean can increase the conditions for mold and bacteria taking hold. Keeping your carpets clean is one of the best ways to prevent problems from developing. When you go to choose a local La Jolla carpet cleaning service from our blue book, there are a few questions you should know the answers to and a few you need to ask before making a decision.
What does your carpet need?
If you are renting, you can almost rely on the fact that a basic cleaning will do as the carpet installed will be of a kind more resistant to high levels of wear. You do want to make sure to ask the cleaners if they vacuum first, before cleaning. This is the sign of a good cleaner.
Crown City Carpet Cleaning and the Clean Team of La Jolla are specialists in high traffic carpet cleaning and can get out to you fast. If the manufacturer of your rug calls out for special care to preserve the life of the rug and the warranty, such as using a cleaning service that specialized in restoration care, you may want to call Zeytounian Oriental Rug Cleaner instead. It doesn't have to be an oriental rug that they are cleaning, but they are very familiar with the procedures used to clean and restore hand loomed rugs.
Not all cleaning products are created equally and not all of them are things you want used in your home. The cleaning products should always be anti-bacterial and/or anti-microbial. Some cleaners, like Tony's Best Way, make a point of using cleaning products that are environmentally safe and non-toxic to animals and humans.
We hope these tips and ideas will help you out in keeping your carpet looking like new. Remember to use the La Jolla Blue Book for all your carpeting needs.