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New carpet can improve the appearance of any room, but how can carpet that is walked on every day continue looking new? To keep your carpet clean, it's necessary to vacuum regularly with a strong, well-functioning and properly-filtered vacuum cleaner. Unfortunately, due to traffic, children, pets and normal wear, carpet fibers inevitably become soiled, and a dull appearance results. And no matter how much you vacuum, eventually you will need to call a professional carpet cleaner.
Regular professional cleaning using a professional technician is as important to your carpet as having a trained mechanic perform routine tune-ups on your car. While your carpet may appear clean on the surface, periodic cleaning by a professional technician can remove what you can't see and help your carpet retain its fresh, beautiful appearance.
At Steam Pro Carpet Care we use top of the line, truck mounted Hydra-Master carpet cleaning machines which are the industry’s most powerful, efficient and space saving truck-mounts engineered to deliver maximum performance every time. The Sapphire 370SS is the #1 truck-mount in the business because it has the hottest water of any truck-mount in its class, best fuel efficiency, strongest vacuum, greater reliability, simpler maintenance and a space-saving profile that's half the footprint of other truck-mounts. It's also versatile - you can use it to clean carpets and hard surface, too!
We clean 100% of your carpets yarns, not just buffing the surface. Your carpets will stay cleaner longer because we extract all the dirt. We restore your dingy and dull carpet to fluffy and soft carpet, without chemical or soap residues.
Our truck-mounted high powered steam extraction process kills germs, bacteria, and dust mites on contact & removes them from your home. 98 % of the carpet mills recommends the steam cleaning method.
We clean with Steam using HydraMaster 323 HP Boxer. Instant heat to 230 degrees and 2500 psi.
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