Carpet Cleaning

Carpet Cleaning Naperville IL 630-871-9415At DuPage Carpet Cleaning and Restoration we offer many services that can keep your indoor environment as healthy as possible. Because of how we run our business, our customers find there are major benefits to working with us. We have even been recognized on Angie’s List with a 2013 Super Service Award – a clear indicator of our quality work with customers and their homes.

Primarily, we are focused on you – the customer. You come first so we have made our hours to be convenient for your life. We also make sure our technicians are fully trained and kept up to date. This makes it not only easy for your schedule but gives you peace of mind – you don’t have to worry about the quality of our service.

Some other benefits to using DuPage are the range of services we offer and the top-notch technology we use. We offer carpet, upholstery and other cleaning services. We are also Eco-friendly for kids, pets and the environment.

Because the cost of replacing carpet can be so expensive, give us a call for a free estimate. By having your carpets cleaned you are lengthening the lifetime of your carpet, improving the feel and appearance of your carpet and removing potentially harmful pollutants from your indoor living space. The best part is you know you will be taken care of when you work with us.

There are three major benefits to having your carpet and upholstery professionally cleaned:

Investment

Why Clean?

Benefit

Life of Your Carpet

Dirt and grime are destructive to carpets. These agents act like sandpaper and wear down the fibers of your carpet faster than it should. DuPage’s cleaning services will clean your carpet in accordance to industry standards specified by all carpet warranties. Extend the life and look of your carpet.

Health

Remove Pollutants. Carpeting and fabrics not cleaned and properly maintained have the potential to cause a variety of health problems inside the home and workplace. Your carpet is gently but thoroughly deep cleaned with our rotary scrubbing and state of the art truck-mounted cleaning equipment to leave your carpet investment clean, spotless, odor free and healthy again. Healthier indoor air quality.

Appearance

Maintain and protect the original look and luster of your carpet with regularly scheduled cleanings and repairs. Save time and money. DuPage’s goal is to make your carpets look and stay vibrant as long as possible, while using cleaning agents that are safer for you, your carpet, and the environment.

How often should I have my carpets cleaned?

Most carpeting manufacturers recommend a professional cleaning every 12 to 18 months depending on the type of style and warranty requirements.

However, each cleaning situation is unique, review the chart below to see what best fits your service needs.

Cleaning Frequency Guidelines
from the IICRC Standard for Carpet Cleaning S001-1991

Traffic Soil
Rating
Carpet Owner/Maintainer
Professional
Carpet Cleaner/Restorer
Vacuuming
Spot
Cleaning
Heavy-use
Area Cleaning
Restorative
Cleaning
Light Soil
1 time per
week
Daily, or
as soon as the spots are noticed
Traffic areas
every 12-18 months
Every 2 years
per manufacturer warranty
Normal Soil (Families with
children, elderly)
1-2 times
per week
Daily, or
as soon as the spots are noticed
Traffic areas
every 6-12 months
Annually
Heavy Soil (Families with
pets, smoking)
2-4 times
per week
Daily, or
as soon as the spots are noticed
Traffic areas
every 3-6 months
Semi-annually
(2 times annually)
Extreme Conditions (Large
families, multiple pets)
Daily
Daily, or
as soon as the spots are noticed
Traffic lanes
every 2-3 months
Quarterly
(4 times annually)

 

This table is intended to serve as a guideline for recommended cleaning frequencies from a public health perspective. Originally published in a letter from the U.S. EPA, this schedule has been adopted as part of the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification’s (IICRC). Carpet Cleaning Standard S001-1991. Complete copies of the IICRC Carpet Cleaning Standard can be obtained by calling the Institute at (360)693-5675. (From: U.S. EPA Letter, January 1989)