Regardless of the kind of carpet you have, we offer the right solution to get it clean, using environmentally responsible techniques.

Cleaning Methods

Steam Cleaning
Nothing protects your carpeting investment better than steam cleaning. Our certified technicians use this preferred hot water extraction method to remove dirt, grime, and allergens.

Dry Steam Carpet Cleaning – Quick Dry
Dry steaming allows us to process more hot water through the carpet, making it perfect for cleaning heavily soiled or stained areas. This generates superior results with almost no drying time required.

People with respiratory issues must also be considered. Our EnviroCare™ carpet cleaning systems use only hypoallergenic and environmentally friendly solutions to deep clean all types of carpet. Our deep vacuuming systems have HEPA filters that lift soil and dust, and then trap it to prevent the particles from becoming airborne again. In addition, our programs meet or exceed those set by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC).

Protective Treatment
Protector won’t change the look or feel of your carpet. Instead, it will repel spills, block stains and resist soiling to help keep your carpets cleaner longer. With protector, most fresh spills will clean up easily with just water.

Care Process

Step 1 – Our cleaning process starts with the management of soil entering your building. Often this is the job of the housekeeping company who should place matting in your lobby to minimize soil and ice melt getting beyond the front door. In addition, vacuuming tenant areas must be done at least weekly … even more frequently in elevator lobbies, reception areas and high traffic corridors.

Step 2 – Many companies only clean a carpet when it looks stained and dirty. However, a carefully considered program goes beyond that and stops the cycle of carpet wear-out, resulting in premature replacement.
Our consultants will access your needs and provide an IICRC (International Institute of Carpet and Restoration Certification) approved care program that meets the maintenance specifications of major carpet mills.

Step 3 – Once our program is approved, we will determine the best timing for each month´s service. We will also arrange for security access. Finally, we will discuss the frequency of vacuuming by the housekeeping company and suggest how to maximize this important aspect of carpet care.

Step 4 – After every servicing, our technicians will inform you of any issues they encountered. Plus, we will regularly inspect your space to ensure the program is performing, as it should.

Carpet Repairs
First-Aid for Spills

When Spills Happen

Today’s stain-resistant fabrics make treating spills much easier. Still, no carpet is 100% resistant. The key is to act QUICKLY:

Step 1 – Absorb the Spill

  • Blot spot with a dry white absorbent cloth, or plain white paper towel. A coloured material may transfer ink or dye to your carpet). Continue blotting until the area is damp. Semi-solids like food may need to be scooped up with a spoon. Dry, solid bits can be vacuumed.
  • Do not scrub or use a brush. Bristles and elbow grease can cause fraying and texture change.

Step 2 – Treat the Stain

  • Use one of these cleaners approved by the Carpet and Rug Institute. Though any of these listed have been laboratory tested, you should still test them first on a scrap of carpet or in an out-of-sight place.
  • Follow the product’s directions carefully, and remember more is not better. Apply a small amount of the cleaner to a white cloth, and work in gently from the edges to the center. Blot; don’t scrub! You may need to do this several times to remove the spot. Once gone, blot the area with clear water to remove any remaining product.