02 February 2013
Green Carpet Cleaning
It is common for people to spend many long hours shopping for the ideal carpeting for their home. Everything from the plushness and look of the carpet to its thickness and durability should be carefully considered. After you have taken so much of your time to select the carpeting for your home, it makes sense that you would want to care for it properly to extend its life. After your carpeting is installed, however, it can easily develop stains, odors and signs of foot traffic through tread patterns. This can easily make your carpet an eyesore rather than an attractive decorative feature. Professionally steam cleaning your floors is the ideal way to address this issue.
When you are looking for a carpet cleaning company, however, keep in mind that some companies will take a healthy, natural approach to the cleaning process while others will use harsh chemicals. A green carpet cleaning service from Green Choice Carpet is the ideal choice because this company uses an effective yet entirely healthy process that will restore the look of your floors in a manner that is safe for your family and pets. The company also offers upholstery cleaning, area rug cleaning and other related services. With so many options available, you can see that this is the company that you want to rely on for all of your cleaning needs.
If you are tired of looking at your dirty carpet, take time to learn more about the services offered by Green Choice Carpet.
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Chemicals are never used on my carpet or tile. You are correct in saying that steam cleaning is the way to clean.ReplyDelete
Does this company charge more?ReplyDelete
I bought a hand held steam cleaner for my home several years ago. I use it to clean floors, cabinets, the bathroom, etc. It works great, has held up very well and has saved me a ton of money plus the added health benefits of not using chemicals.ReplyDelete
I would like to find a green product that i can use myself for cleaning carpet, any suggestions?ReplyDelete
Steam cleaning is great, but if at all possible I take my rugs outside and give them a good old-fashioned thwacking with a stick in the fresh air! We also always remove shoes right inside the doorway to keep as much dirt and poison off the floors and rugs as possible in the firstplace.ReplyDelete
I try not to use harsh chemicals anywhere in my house.ReplyDelete
Great review! Honestly though, I don't even like carpet to begin with. I wish more apartments in my area had wood flooring. It is much better for people with allergies.ReplyDelete
We do not have this company in our area which is why I have bought my own carpet cleaner. It is surprising how few companies worry about the impacts of their chemicals on the environment.ReplyDelete
Natural steam cleaning sounds like a really nice option. I lived in an apartment last year that had a sickly sweet smell in it. I assume the former residents or the management had had the carpets cleaned and that the cleaning chemicals had left the odor. It faded over time but really didn't go away...or maybe I just got accustomed to the smell. It bothered me to think that if I could smell the chemicals with their lingering scent for months on end, then I was also breathing whatever residue was left in the carpet. I was glad to move out after 6 months, and I'm determined to use a natural cleaner whenever I need to clean carpets in the future.ReplyDelete
I just steam cleaned my carpets and I used chemicals. I am new to the green thing so I am glad I read this. Thanks!ReplyDelete
I appreciate your suggestions for green carpet cleaning!ReplyDelete
I'm looking into carpet cleaning but have recently been considering hiring a green company. Thanks for the insight.ReplyDelete
I have just been thinking about having my carpets clean but been waiting for the rainy season to back off. Because its first snow then rain.lol, all that mud tracked in. I have a dog and grandchildren now so I am more aware of chemicals in cleaners.ReplyDelete
We need our carpet cleaned, but we have three cats. I am looking into buying a carpet cleaning device to do it myself with a homemade green cleaner.ReplyDelete