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Carpet Cleaning Services in Greater Gainesville, Florida

Carpet Cleaning Services in Greater Gainesville, Florida

An attractive carpet is a welcome addition to any home or office. Not only is it eye-catching, with the potential for lots of patterns and colors, it is also functional. It provides a warmth and softness to your decor that you cannot match with wooden or tile floors.

Carpet brings a quieter environment to your home or business, softening the noise from all the footsteps that it absorbs on a daily basis. It enhances the comfort level for individuals who walk on it when compared to harder surfaces such as stone or laminate flooring. A carpet can be considered an essential element for any property, whether it’s for residential or commercial use.

As useful and appealing as they are, carpets require regular maintenance to remain in top condition. Because they’re installed on the floor and handle a lot of foot traffic, they are constantly exposed to dust, dirt, debris and all kinds of spills. They can get dirty in a hurry and start looking bad. They can develop unpleasant odors that must be professionally removed.

Dreyer's Carpet Care will take care of those issues. Our IICRC-certified technicians will keep your favorite floor covering clean and fresh at your home or office in Gainesville, Florida and its surrounding communities. Our company has been creating satisfied customers throughout North Florida for four decades!

The Downsides of Dirty Carpeting

  • It’s a dust magnet. Not only do carpets naturally attract dust, but they can store quite a bit of it. The thicker and shaggier the carpet, the larger the dust magnet. 
  • It can become a health hazard. Failure to properly clean up food-related spills or pet urine on carpeting can trigger health hazards for residents. Pet urine, in particular, exposes individuals to ammonia inhalation that can trigger allergies, asthma and respiratory issues.
  • It can turn into a breeding ground for mold and mildew. Water spills on your carpet that are simply left to dry will soak into the deepest and innermost layers of your carpet. Mold and mildew thrive in moisture, creating unwanted odors and more potential health risks.

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Count on Dreyer's Carpet Care to Handle Your Carpet Cleaning Needs

Don’t let your expensive and stylish investment turn into an unattractive and unhealthy liability for you and your family because of poor maintenance. Get your carpets professionally cleaned by the trained technicians from Dreyer's Carpet Care. We handle everything from carpet-related emergencies to regularly scheduled maintenance. When you need our services, contact Dreyers Carpet Care online or give us a call at 352-289-8185 for a free estimate. We also offer cleaning services related to upholstery and furniture cleaning.

What’s the Best Cleaning Method?

Best Cleaning Method There are so many carpet cleaning companies using many different methods it’s easy to get confused. What’s the best method? That depends. You have probably heard the terms “dry” or “steam.” These are general terms that hint at different methods, but both terms are incomplete and inaccurate terms. Neither are technical terms that properly describe carpet cleaning methods. There are 4 methods of carpet cleaning approved by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC), the world’s most recognized body of certification for carpet and upholstery cleaners. Click Here for a full report on different cleaning methods. 

Those Ugly Black Lines – What are they?

Filtration SoilingFiltration soil is a term used to describe dark, grayish lines that may appear on carpet. This is not a carpet defect, but a situation in which dust and other airborne pollutants can accumulate on the carpet face fibers in areas with a concentrated flow of air over the carpet or through tiny cracks or other open areas under the carpet. The soiling condition can occur quickly, or it may develop over a period of months or years. The level of soiling is dependent upon the volume of airflow and the level of pollutants in the air. Filtration soiling is not a result of the quality of carpet selected. The condition will obviously appear more pronounced on lighter colorations than darker colorations. For more information on Filtration Soiling and how we can remove it please Click Here

Helpful Tips and Carpet Terminology

Helpful Carpet Cleaning TipsConfused with all the different terms and lingo? Click Here for some useful Tips and Carpet Terminology. You will also find some spot removal steps, basic rug care, and wool wisdom. 

Manufacturer Recommendations

Carpet Manufacturers RecommendationsDo you ever wonder what the carpet manufacturers recommendations are on how to care for your flooring? Find out here what Mohawk Industries, Shaw carpet, and Carpet One says about how you should care for your flooring. 

How Often?

Cleaning ScheduleDo you know how often you are supposed to clean your carpet? Did you know that if you have recently purchased new flooring, in order to keep your manufacturers warranty you may need to get it cleaned regularly by an IICRC certified company? Click Here for a cleaning frequency guide. 

Buying New Carpet?

Buying New Carpet & Its CareAre you in the market for some new carpeting? Check out this Carpet Selection Guide before you go to the store. You can see what materials and pile designs are going to work best for your situation.