Carpet cleaning is one task on a list of many to-do’s around the home. Life gets busy, and it’s easy to push things to the back burner with so much on your plate. However, regular carpet cleaning is essential to maintaining the look, smell, and life of your carpet.
Here are just a few reasons why carpet cleaning should be a priority when it comes to taking care of a home, and recommendations for how often to schedule your professional cleanings.
Why Regular Carpet Cleaning Is Essential
As you know, our carpets see a lot of traffic each day. Our floors act as giant filters, trapping dirt and grime from foot traffic, direct contact, and even airborne particles like dust.
Over time, our carpets become saturated and begin to look dull and stained. Especially in homes with pets, carpets can become smelly due to pet hair and urine. When pets urinate on floors and the moisture dries, pungent odor crystals are trapped beneath the surface. These super-concentrated odor crystals permeate the air with a nasty smell and can’t be removed with simple cleaning. Typically, a special Pet Urine Removal Treatment is required.
How Often To Professionally Clean Carpets
In order to keep your home safe from harmful allergens and bacteria, it’s recommended to have your carpets professionally cleaned every six months. If there are pets in the home, carpet cleaning and pet urine removal should be scheduled every three to four months. It’s also convenient to have all of your cleaning done in one swoop and schedule your upholstery cleaning for the same time as your carpet cleaning.
Delta Chem-Dry’s Hot Carbonating Extraction process utilizes a natural, green-certified cleaning solution that is safe for your kids and pets, with 80% less water than typical steam cleaning. With Chem-Dry, your carpets with dry in a matter of hours, not days—getting you back to your life faster.
Chem-Dry has also created a revolutionary P.U.R.T (Pet Urine Removal Treatment) that chemically breaks down odor-causing crystals from carpet. This method yields incredible results—even on the worst urine damage.