Montgomery Carpet Care is proud to offer Area Rug and Throw Rugs Cleaning. Our carpet cleaning technicians have highly trained in the safest methods of rug cleaning available anywhere. We use eco-friendly products that are safe for your family while still delivering a thorough, deep clean on your rugs and carpets. Whether you have an old Persian rug or a new wool area rug, Montgomery Carpet Care can help keep it looking its best!
A rug is a textile floor covering. A common type of rug is a thick, heavy fabric that can be made from wool, cotton, or synthetic fibers and often has colors patterned throughout. The ancient history of rugs goes back to the nomadic people who used them as bedding on their tent floors. Today they are popularly used in homes and offices for both decoration and insulation purposes.
The most common types of rugs are area rugs (sometimes called “runner” or “hallway”) which cover hardwood floors; entryway mats (also known as doormats) which cover dirt paths outside the house; door mats which also serve as an entrance mat inside the home; kitchen mats to protect against spills; batikh rugs which are popular in Indonesia; synthetic rugs; and prayer mats, often called a prayer rug or mosque mat used for Islamic ritual worship.
Not only is a professionally cleaned rug beautiful and stylish, but it also keeps your home or office healthy. Prolonged exposure to everyday dirt and grime can be harmful to the well-being of you and your loved ones. With our professional cleaning service, we remove these contaminants from natural fiber rugs that collect them causing poor air quality in your homes which can lead to allergies and asthma.
Using professional area rug cleaning services for area rugs and carpets is a convenient way to save time and money. We can advise you on the best care and always clean an area rug, hall runner, or any other types of floor mats and wool rugs. Our service will extend their life because we use only safe methods that protect both the color and material from damage.
A professional area rug cleaning will keep your home in great condition. We only use the industry’s best equipment and cleaning solutions to make sure that all of our customers are 100% satisfied with their woven or braided rugs after we finish cleaning them.
This is a deep cleaning method that uses special shampoos and conditioners to clean, deodorize, disinfect the carpeting. This method is used on carpets that are more than a few years old, have some stains or traffic patterns.
This method is the best way to clean large area rugs and carpeting with high foot traffic areas. It uses a hot water extraction process where our technicians use truck-mounted machines generate very hot steam at 200 degrees and extract it. This method is extremely effective for removing dirt and stains from carpets, area rugs and upholstery.
This method of cleaning does not use water or any other liquids to clean the rug but uses detergents instead that are sprayed onto a dirty carpet using special dry foam cleaners. Vacuum is then used to lift dirt and stains from the carpet fibers.
This method of deep cleaning uses special dry chemicals that are applied with a soft bristle brush or by misting it onto the rug, which absorbs oils and other contaminants before being wiped away with suction equipment. This process works very well for area rugs that are made from natural fibers such as cotton, wool, and silk.
Our technicians use high-pressure water jets along with our truck-mounted equipment to extract dirt from your rug’s fibers without causing damage. Steam Cleaning – Also called hot water extraction (HWE) or vapor steam cleaning, this method is the most frequently used in the Montgomery area.
A rotary or truck-mounted system sprays a mixture of hot water and detergent over your rug flat while simultaneously vacuuming up excess moisture with another hose. It’s very important to remove all dirt and moisture from your rug or carpet in order to prevent mold growth.
Pre-conditioning is the process of saturating the fibers with a cleaning solution prior to extracting, which helps loosen the soil. This method is also known as “pre-spotting.”