Carpet Cleaning

Advanced Steam Carpet Cleaning A glass of wine spills on the carpet

Pearwood Carpet Cleaning is proud to give you, our customers, a carpet cleaning that can’t be surpassed. Our high temperature (250 degrees) steam is the best way to get something clean. Anything below 213 degrees is subpar and not a true steam cleaning. Granted, every company states that they are the best and use steam but there is a huge difference in the type machine you use.

There are two important things you need to ask when calling a carpet cleaner to ensure your getting your money’s worth.

  1. How hot does the water get?

    The correct answer is at least 245 degrees, since that is the point water turns into steam. The water’s temperature will normally drop 20-30 degrees from the truck to the tool at your carpet. Using steam allows a better cleaning and sanitizes without the use of chemicals. Although we do use a pre-treatment that is sprayed down, the steam along with our high efficiency vacuum system assures that your carpeting is left clean, fresh smelling and safe for kids and pets.

  2. What is the drying time of the carpet?

    Normal dry times are from 30 minutes to 3 hours. Variances in dry times can be due to weather (humidity), carpet thickness or how much steam was used to clean heavily soiled areas. Extended dry times often result when too much water is used or dirty water is not fully extracted which can lead to mold and mildew problems.

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