Carpet Pro Cleaning And Restoration has IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification) trained technicians with ongoing training on structural drying and mold. Time is the most crucial part to any water damage. We pride ourselves on immediate 24/7 response time. At Carpet Pro Cleaning And Restoration, we also have a direct relationship with our adjusters. This way you won't have to deal with any paperwork. We use document drying to ensure that all areas of your home or business are free of moisture and mold.
Services offered with the restoration process:
Once the fire has been put out, we can begin extracting the water from your home or business. We will also take care of smoke and fire damage repair, as well as eliminating odors. We will get to your property as quickly as we possibly can to keep the fire damage to a minimum. In a disaster situation, it is comforting to know that you can count on one person for all of your disaster questions, needs, and services.
Carpet Pro Cleaning And Restoration from Johnston, Iowa, will tell you that the biggest differences in steam cleaning is the power of the suction, the water pressure, and the temperature of the cleaning solution. Most carpet cleaners use truck-mounted units, which provides mediocre suction and solution temperatures, at best. Temperature and suction are the keys to delivering a deep cleaning, without having to use pre-sprays. Pre-sprays are a dead giveaway of lack of horsepower in a truck-mounted unit.
Drying time is also a factor in good carpet cleaning. Truck-mounted units don't have the ability to extract the amount of water they put out. This prolonged dry time will lead to reappearing stains. Carpet Pro Cleaning And Restoration uses true truck powered cleaning. This means we have bigger pumps, which provide greater suction and higher temperatures. Our truck powered equipment extracts 95% of the moisture put out. The heat for suction and drying is provided by the engine's exhaust. This means temperatures can reach 270 degrees.
Deep cleaning and less dry time are the two keys to great carpet cleaning.
Carpet Pro Cleaning And Restoration has a custom designed cleaning truck. We are able to adjust the power of the cleaning tools, as well as the cleaning temperature. This unique quality gives us an advantage over many other cleaning trucks. The ability to control the temperature and power helps provide much better cleaning accuracy. It also lets us pay attention to the different materials we are cleaning, to allow for further specialization for the specific needs. Our ability to change our power and temperature settings allows us to avoid bleeding or melting any delicate materials. We also have many hand tools to help us get small items, into corners, and other tight spaces to provide the quality of cleaning your items need. Standard upholstery cleaning services that we offer includes:
Our truck powered equipment allows for stronger pressure and hotter water for a better overall clean.
The hotter your water is, the cleaner your tile and grout will be. Our water is kept at 270-290 degrees in order to get deep in every nook and cranny. First, a spray-on cleaning chemical will be used on the tile to loosen the dirt on both the tile and the grout. After a five-minute wait, the tile is then power washed, using a spinning brush similar to those seen in car washes. We then use a specialty vacuum to suck up all the dirt and excess water. Once that's finished, we apply a high-quality sealer to protect the tile and grout from spills, dirt, wear and tear, and anything else thrown at it.
We have three odor control methods that we use to rid your space of odors once and for all.
1. Ozone Machines
Ozone destroys the odor causing molecules, bacteria, spores, and whatever else is creating the unpleasant smell.Ozone (O3) is a reactive molecule and reacts quickly with different particles. O3 has an extra oxygen atom that it attaches to other molecules, changing their structure. These new molecules are odorless.
Fogging is a way of recreating the conditions which caused the odor, and then eliminates the odor causing molecules by replacing them with new molecules.There are different types of fogging, such as Wet or Cold, Hot or Thermal, or Vapor Diffusers.
3. Deodorizing Cleaners
Many cleaners have a deodorizing aspect already added in, but if they do not, one can be mixed in manually. Ask for more details.