We use a very powerful degreaser/dirt emulsifier as a pre-spray treatment for all businesses that hire us for commercial carpet cleaning in Winston-Salem.
At Steam Source, we offer the hot water extraction method (also known steam cleaning) for commercial carpet cleaning. This is the deepest cleaning method and also the most recommended by carpet manufacturers. Steam cleaning removes the toughest dirt safely and gently. Hot water is combined with a specially formulated cleaning solution. The hot water and cleaning solution mixture is then injected deep into the fibers of your carpet. This breaks apart any dirt, dust, or even grease from food, giving your carpets the deepest clean possible. Immediately following this process, the hot water and cleaning solution mixture, combined with all of the dirt and grime being removed from your carpets, is extracted using our high-powered vacuums. This process removes all the dirt, soil, grease, and grime out of your carpets and into a holding tank located in our trucks. This powerful suction extracts deep-down dirt, allergens, the cleaning solution, and 95% of the moisture. This allows for much faster drying times, so that your business will be able to resume its regular schedule without any delay after the commercial carpet cleaning process.
We use a very powerful degreaser/dirt emulsifier as a pre-spray treatment for all businesses that hire us for commercial carpet cleaning. This allows for the most dirt and grease removal possible so that you and your business get the best possible cleaning. Finally, as an added bonus, every cleaning is finished off with our cherry deodorizer at no charge!
With a customized plan that addresses the needs of your Winston-Salem, North Carolina business, your carpets will be cleaner and last longer. We offer a variety of flexibility options to suit your business’ needs.
We offer the following services to our commercial carpet cleaning customers:
- Emergency Service (including weekends)
- Deep Steam Carpet Cleaning
- Carpet Patch Repairs
- Stain/Odor Removal
- Maxim Carpet Protector
- Re-stretching & Metal Tack Strip Repair/Replacement
Please call us today and let us give you a free estimate!
FAQs About Commercial Carpet Cleaning
Our team at Steam Source understands that you care about your business, and we want to help you take care of your facilities, including your commercial carpet. If you have questions about our commercial carpet cleaning services, keep reading to get the answers you need.
How often should I have my commercial carpet cleaned?
How often you need commercial carpet cleaning services depends on several factors, including the level of foot traffic your floors are subjected to, as well as the outdoor conditions in your area. In general, however, retail businesses will need to have their carpets cleaned every three months, while office buildings typically only need carpet cleaning every six to twelve months.
What do I need to do to prepare my business for commercial carpet cleaning?
Prior to our team’s arrival, we ask that you clear the floor as much as possible, picking up any trash or clutter and removing as much furniture as you can. (If it’s not possible to remove furniture entirely, at least do things like stacking the chairs or placing smaller items on top of tables, etc.) In addition, you or your custodial staff should vacuum the carpets to remove as much dirt as possible, as this allows our cleaning methods to achieve the best possible results.
How soon can I walk on the carpet after it has been cleaned?
You should be able to walk on your carpets within as little as 1 to 8 hours after our commercial carpet cleaning services are complete. We can advise you more specifically about the timing for your carpet when we provide service.
At Steam Source, we offer commercial carpet cleaning services in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Kernersville, Clemmons, Advance, High Point, Mocksville, Pfafftown, Jamestown, Oak Ridge, Summerfield, Lexington, King, Walkertown, Colfax, Lewisville, Welcome, Bermuda Run, Thomasville, Mt Tabor, Yadkinville, and Walnut Cove, North Carolina.