Superior Carpet Cleaning Methods
There is nothing quite like the feeling of spotless, plush carpeting under your toes. Using state of the art equipment and advanced cleaning products, our specialists will will keep your carpets looking like new and smelling fresh. A well maintained carpet adds warmth and character to your home. SaniTECH has the people and expertise to help you protect this investment for years to come. Our proven cleaning techniques will prolong the life of your carpet, while keeping your home a safe and healthy place to live.
SaniTECH trained specialists use Hot Water Extraction cleaning method via state of the art, truck mounted equipment. We’ve chosen this method because it is the most powerful and effective process to remove dirt, harmful bacteria, fungus, chemical residue, pollens and much more from both your carpet and underpadding. In addition, our powerful cleaning plants stay outside, where they belong. Only our tools and hoses are brought in to clean your house quietly, with a minimum of disruption.
Don’t just take our word on it – Shaw Industries, the world largest carpet manufacturer, states the following on their web site requiring Hot Water Extraction:
“Research indicates that the hot water extraction system provides the best capability for cleaning. The process consists of applying a cleaning agent into the carpet pile and using water in the extractor to recover the used solution and soil. Professional carpet cleaners are a great choice for your floor. Their cleaning equipment has more extraction power than the rental units available to individuals, and the carpet should dry more quickly. True professionals also understand the equipment, know the proper cleaning agents for the situation at hand, and recognize the differences in fibers and carpet construction.”
All of our technicians undergo ongoing training programs and have achieved IIRC certification in the lastest carpet and textile cleaning techniques. We are committed to excellent in every aspect of our business, holding fast to the old cliche. “If it is worth doing, it is worth doing well.“