Regularly cleaning your carpets is important in high-traffic areas because if they become worn and uneven, they may need to be replaced earlier. Deep carpet cleaning can help refresh and even out these areas, protecting your investment and extending your carpets’ lifespan. To keep your carpets looking great and lasting longer, consider deep cleaning them.
Understanding the High Traffic Areas in Your Home
The parts of your carpet that get the most foot traffic will differ depending on how you use your home and if you have pets or kids. You might see dark or gray spots, matted or flattened fibers, or color and texture differences near the walls. If you notice these signs, it’s suggested to have your carpet deep cleaned to prevent uneven wear. Places that get the most foot traffic in a house include hallways, stairways, in front of furniture, near closet doors, and where children and pets play.
How Deep Carpet Cleaning Refreshes High Traffic Areas
You can prevent high-traffic areas of your carpet from looking worn and damaged by getting a deep carpet cleaning. This will remove dirt and grime from the fibers, improving the appearance of the carpet. Additionally, the cleaning process will prevent soil from causing excess friction that can harm delicate carpet fibers.
Chem-Dry’s Hot Carbonating Extraction (HCE) process can rejuvenate worn-out carpets. Unlike other methods, it doesn’t involve excessive water usage, and carpets dry in just a few hours, not days. In addition, it uses a detergent-free cleaning solution, combined with carbonation, instead of harsh soaps. This technique prevents residue buildup and the attraction of additional dirt.
To keep your carpet in good condition, we suggest doing a thorough cleaning of the high-traffic areas once or twice a year. In addition, make sure to vacuum regularly to get rid of surface dirt and maintain an even texture.
Want to know how Chem-Dry of Northern Utah can clean high-traffic areas in your home with deep carpet cleaning? Experience our Hot Carbonating Extraction process today by contacting a Chem-Dry technician in Box Elder County at 435-752-6100.