Dry carpet cleaning or steam cleaning?
The most popular method, known as steam cleaning, uses hot water extraction. This kind of cleaning doesn't actually use steam but instead uses high pressure to push very hot water, along with a cleaning solution, into carpet.
Most carpet manufacturers recommend using a steam cleaner for deep cleaning and often require homeowners to use steam cleaning in order to keep the warranty valid on their flooring. Carpet cleaners may use either portable electric steam cleaners or vehicle-mounted equipment for more powerful suction.
The cost to hire carpet cleaning services to steam-clean your carpets varies depending on where you live. Carpet cleaning prices for a 2,200-square-foot home with three bedrooms, living room and one hallway can cost as low as $75 while the entire house could run $550. In national polls the typical range paid fell between $120 to $235.
Dry carpet cleaning, also known as "low moisture" or "encapsulation" cleaning, uses a chemical solution and minimal water for a quicker clean, but it can't reach as deep as powerful wet cleaning methods. For an appointment or just more information, feel free to call Choicecare Carpet Care @ 912-354-3067. Thank you 😊