Carpet Cleaning Houston TX
Phone: (281) 438-4668
The care you give your carpet today will affect it's life and beauty more than any other single factor. Vacuum your carpets at least once a week. Most carpet dirt is loose and removable with regular vacuuming.
When vacuuming, go with the pile grain to remove surface soils and then against the grain to remove deeper, embedded particles.
Rotate your furniture occasionally to prevent premature carpet wear and soiling in regular traffic areas of your house.
The most important thing you can do in caring for your carpet is vacuuming thoroughly and frequently, especially in high-traffic areas. Walking on soiled carpet works soil particles deep into the pile where they not only damage the fibers but are far more difficult to remove. Frequent vacuuming removes many of these particles before this happens. Always use a good vacuum cleaner. The less expensive models pick up only surface dirt and do little to prolong the life or beauty of your carpet. Queen's Carpet Care recommends that you have your carpets professionally cleaned at least once a year to remove the deep down dirt, oils and stains that are built up over time. However, if there has been a good deal of traffic they should be cleaned more often. By following these steps your carpet will look better and last longer.
If you need our help feel free to send us an e-mail or give us a call. We will be happy to help you in any way we can.
Vacuuming is effective in removing most of the dry soil from your carpets. However, periodic professional cleaning is highly recommended to remove the oily, sticky soil that accumulates in the pile from tracked-in dirt, air pollution and even cooking vapors. This oily soil is most evident to the eye on light or pastel carpets - they seem dull; the delicate color is hidden by an oily film - but it's there on every carpet. If this type of soil is allowed to build up, it actually begins to attract and hold the dry soil. The more dirt on the carpet, the more damage to the carpet fibers.
Houston Carpet Repair
It is important to look at the cost difference between repairing or replacing your carpeting. You typically spend 61-95% less by repairing your carpet instead of installing new carpet. Carpet replacement for the average room, will always cost more than re-stretching,carpet repair, stain removal etc. However, the decision is always up to you. Our advice and estimates are always free. We're always here to answer any questions you might have. Please take the time to get a quote on repairing or replacing existing carpet so you can make an informed decision. There are many unscrupulous carpet companies out there that will take advantage of unsuspecting homeowners. There are many companies that give extremely poor workmanship. If you've ever hired one of these companies in the past, you know what to watch out for. We know this is an experience you don't want again, so we try here to provide you with information we can. If you desire we will help you to find any help you may desire. From stretching unsightly ripples in your carpet to fixing a burn hole, an old broken seam or any other type of repair, count on Queen's Carpet Care for all Carpet Repair work.
The repair may be something minor that we can perform during a regular carpet cleaning appointment. An example of this may be the resetting of the carpet on the stairs so that it is firmly attached and not causing a hazard or a liability problem. Another may be the seams, transitions and tension. Unfortunately, many repairs are due to improper installation, and a simple walk through can catch these problems easily.
If the repair is significant or involves stretching or a bonded inseam (patch), the work will be done properly and in accordance with your desires after discussing it with you.
Carpet Spots & Stains
When something is spilled on your carpet, removal results are best when treatment is immediate, before the stain can set. It is best not to spray household cleaning products on your carpet, and sponging with water will dilute stains, but may spread them further. Instead, Queen's Carpet Care suggests wetting a white cloth, getting it as hot as you can. Apply it to the stain, and cover with a second hot, wet cloth. Allow them to sit for awhile. When you remove them, If the stain is gone, allow to dry and then gently brush to restore the pile. If the stain is not gone, repeat the process. When you come across a stain you can't remove, call 281-438-4668. Most stains will come out if treated right away, but if allowed to remain may become permanent.