BASIC uses the hot water extraction method (often called steam cleaning) as required by most carpet manufacturers for residential carpet warranties. Below is a photo illustration of the steps involved in carpet cleaning using the hot water extraction method.
Carpet cleaning methods are also available for certain types of carpets in situations in which low moisture is necessary or desired. One such carpet cleaning method is absorbent compound (also called the host method), in which dry absorbent compound is sprinkled over and agitated into the carpet. This cleaner attracts and absorbs soil and is then removed from the carpet with a vacuum cleaner. Another low-moisture carpet cleaning method we offer is absorbent pad/encapsulation cleaning, which involves applying a cleaner to the carpet to dislodge the soil, then picking up the loosened soil from the carpet with an absorbent pad attached to a rotary floor machine.
|STEP 1 Thorough vacuuming Removes Dry Soils||STEP 2 Pre-Condition Traffic Areas Loosens & Suspends Soils||STEP 3 Pre-Clean Stubborn Spots Kool-Aid, Pet Stains, Etc|
|STEP 4 Rinse Carpets with Hot Steam Flushes Out Loosened Soils||STEP 5 Roto-Vac May Be Used for Extra Heavy Soiled Areas||STEP 6 Tab or Block Furniture (when furniture is moved) Protects Carpet & Furniture|
|STEP 7 Apply Teflon Protector
(optional – small additional charge)
|STEP 8 Groom Carpet when needed Distributes Teflon Protector Evenly||STEP 9 If faster drying is desired, we will leave powerful turbo-dryers to get your carpet completely dry in a very short time.|
Trust the professionals at BASIC Carpet Care with your carpet cleaning needs. We don’t use a one-size-fits-all philosophy. We listen to the individual needs of our customers and give them the carpet cleaning that their home needs.
"When a broken water line caused a major flood in our store, BASIC was there within the hour." —Joel & Chris, Owners, The Mail Box
"Our Carpet Retailer recommended BASIC so we gave them a try, and we were not disappointed!" —Brett and Kari Larson