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How to Take Care of your Carpets

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It’s extremely important to have your carpets professionally cleaned at least once a year. This will greatly extend the like life of your carpets. Leaving a spill unattended has the potential to permanently damage the carpet fiber and change the color of the carpet fiber.


It’s also recommended that carpets and rugs be vacuumed at least once a week, and more often in high-traffic areas. Carpets trap many airborne contaminants, keeping them out of the air you breathe. There are many health benefits attributed to vacuuming your carpets and rugs. High traffic areas such as hallways, stairs, entryways (in front of couches & chairs) may look slightly dirtier, but more than likely a visible wear pattern has started to develop. What you’re possibly seeing is a damaged carpet. Insoluble soil is the main culprit here. Tiny pieces of soil are actually quite sharp and over time with each step we take will scuff the carpet fibers, giving it that dirty appearance that can’t be removed. Vacuuming your high traffic areas on a weekly basis will greatly diminish wear patterns from appearing.

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