• jake@blumontservices.com
  • Salt Lake City, UT

Commercial carpet cleaning involves the professional cleaning of carpets in commercial spaces such as offices, retail stores, hotels, and restaurants. Unlike residential carpet cleaning, which typically involves smaller areas, commercial carpet cleaning often deals with larger spaces and higher foot traffic.

Commercial carpet cleaning is typically performed by trained professionals who use specialized equipment and cleaning solutions to achieve the best results. Regular cleaning helps to maintain the appearance of the carpet, extend its lifespan, and create a healthier environment for employees and customers.

Pre-inspection: The cleaning technician inspects the carpet to assess its condition, identify any specific stains or areas of concern, and determine the best cleaning method.

Pre-vacuuming: Dry soil and debris are removed from the carpet using a high-powered vacuum cleaner. This step helps to loosen dirt and make the cleaning process more effective.

Pre-treatment: Stains and heavily soiled areas are treated with specialized cleaning solutions to help break down dirt, grease, and stains.

Agitation: In some cases, the cleaning solution is agitated into the carpet fibers using a brush or rotary machine. This helps to further loosen dirt and stains.

Extraction: The carpet is thoroughly rinsed and cleaned using hot water extraction or steam cleaning equipment. This process removes dirt, cleaning solutions, and bacteria from the carpet fibers.

Spot treatment: Any remaining stains or spots are treated individually to ensure they are fully removed.

Drying: High-powered fans are used to speed up the drying process, allowing the carpet to dry quickly and minimizing the risk of mold or mildew growth.

Post-inspection: The technician conducts a final inspection to ensure the carpet is clean and all stains have been removed to the best extent possible.