Depend on an IICRC Certified Professional for Your Best Cleaning or Restoration Value.
All your home or office furnishings will look better and last longer if they are cleaned on a regular basis by a certified professional. In fact, many manufacturers recommend professional cleaning to maintain warranties.
The IICRC is an international, independent, nonprofit certifying body. It was founded in 1972 to set standards for the cleaning/restoration service industry. The IICRC symbol is your assurance that the firm you hire has pledged to provide a qualified professional to care for your carpet and furnishings. IICRC Certification cannot be purchased. A firm qualifies by meeting rigorous standards of business ethics and expertise.
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There are currently five methods of carpet cleaning available. We are knowledgeable in all methods of cleaning. We have found the Hot-Water Extraction method, also known as Steam-Cleaning, to be the most thorough process of removing contaminants and this is the primary method of cleaning that
To achieve maximum cleaning, certain procedural guidelines must be followed. That is why there are industry standards. Unfortunately, many companies avoid the necessary steps in the cleaning process because they are always in a hurry to arrive at their next scheduled appointment.
We believe that each step in the cleaning process is as important as the next one. In fact, cleaning by the book will keep your carpet and furnishings cleaner longer than what other cleaning companies offer. This is what separates
Sorry! Nowhere in any IICRC Standards does it reference the word, "Basic" Steam-Cleaning. This word has been misused and misrepresented over the years by coupon-cleaning companies that use "low-ball" prices to get you, the consumer, to call them first! Then they raise the price of cleaning when they arrive. Regardless of whether you agree or not to the price increase, the level of service is always very poor.
"Normal" and "Restorative" are the terms used in the IICRC Standards, and indicate a very different meaning to the definition of clean.
The Owner & Operator of CARPETS ECT. Is Certified in these areas:
Upholstery & Fabric Cleaning
Journeyman Textile Cleaner
Journeyman Textile Restorer
Water Damage Restoration
Carpet Repair & Reinstallation
Master Textile Cleaner
The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification Board of Directors recognizes Eric Schwiederowski for having completed the highest technician level of certification through continuing education and meeting the requirements of the Institute, Master Textile Cleaner.