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Carpet Cleaning your Commercial Business

2/6/2019 (Permalink)

Carpet Cleaning

Running a business can be hard and expensive, but having your business looking at its best is another challenge, especially for a large commercial property. According to statistics, having carpet increases revenue by 22%. No wonder 60% of businesses today have carpet.

The downside of owning carpet is that it gets messy fast. No matter how many signs or warnings you give your staff members and or customers to be careful, there is bound to be a stain.

Top Common Stains:

  • Coffee spills
  • Ink
  • Wine
  • Blood
  • Animal excrement

What many commercial property owners don't know is that there are different soil levels and different methods and approaches of cleaning.

Levels & Restoration


Carpet is lightly sprayed with a cleaning solution

  • Dirt must be pulled from the carpet with a “bonnet” pad


  • A portable extraction unit applies a cleaning solution with hot water while vacuuming the carpet.
  • A soil emulsifier is sprayed onto the carpet, letting it set for 10- 15 minutes. Then an extraction unit removes soil.


Heavy soil levels often require a multi step process:

  •  Shampooing the carpet
  •  Rinse and extract entire carpet for deep cleaning

The goal is to remove the dirt, moisture, and any harmful bacteria that may be settling in the carpet to prevent any further damage. In some cases, it may end up costing more if not treated correctly.

Overall, you want your carpets to last long and look healthier. Your facility should look its best when you open your doors. So call a professional commercial damage restoration company, SERVPRO Glendora / San Dimas to effectively and efficiently remove those stains to make it "Like it never even happened."

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