Carpet Cleaning

 

 

“External Extraction” is the method that Nugent Contract Cleaning use.

This method is often called “Warm Water Extraction”, “Hot Water Extraction” or “steam Cleaning” and is the cleaning method nearly all carpet manufacturers and carpet fibre producers recommend.

This is the only cleaning method classified as “deep cleaning”. All the others are considered “light surface cleaning” because they are incapable of removing soil deep in the pile. Also, all other methods leave large amount of cleaning agent in the carpet after cleaning.

With our machinery we get to the very bottom

This method is frequently called “steam” cleaning due to the fine spray of water used to force out dirt out of the carpet which is sucked up by the vacuum slot immediately in front of the spray.
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All stains can be removed or treated from carpet. Our machines will lift the pile back to life leaving it looking like new again

Here are the facts:

Fact 1 Every working day, we at Nugent contract cleaning pull pounds and pounds of dirt, dust, sand, grit and pollutants out of our customers’ carpets all over the country. These soils and pollutants are in your carpets too! Take a look, spread the yarns apart and look deep. Dirt, sand and grit is scratching and dulling your carpets. They are grinding your expensive yarns down into those worthless fibres that fill up your vacuum cleaner. Every week you wait, your carpets gradually wear out until you have to replace them. You can significantly reduce this constant wear away action. Having your carpets cleaned regularly, once or twice a year, can add years to the life and look of your carpets.

Fact 2 While your down there looking, how do the traffic lanes (the areas you walk on most) feel? Oily sticky residues, which come into your home on shoes, from the street, from pets, traffic pollution and even dead skin, is settling onto your carpet. Sticky residues grab the dirt and lock it onto the carpet. Through a process called oxidation, soils bond with the carpet, becoming permanently attached to the carpet fibres and may also cause irreversible colour change. If you wait too long, you are throwing away the key to unlocking dirt and soil from your carpets. You should clean before traffic lanes show up! The longer you wait between cleaning the more soiling and colour change becomes permanent.

Fact 3 Is the air in your home starting to smell stale? Pollutants in the air are continually settling onto and filtered through your carpet. The good news is that the carpet traps them so you don’t breathe them over and over. But what happens when the trap gets full? Your family starts breathing dust mite debris, pollens, pollutants, fungus spores, bacteria and a long list of other really unpleasant stuff. Once your carpet’s natural filtering ability gets full, it’s time for thorough cleaning – for your health’s sake. Great News! – Clean your carpets regularly and you will breathe easier. Your family will enjoy a healthier home environment.

The truth about carpet cleaning is this. Carpets are just like clothes. If you were to wear the same clothes for a month, they would look and feel pretty awful – they’d be dirty, un-pressed and sticky. And they wouldn’t last very long before you needed some new ones. Carpets are the same, except worse! They get harsher treatment because they are walked on regularly with shoes that have picked up all kinds of dirt and grime from public pathways, shops and offices. Carpets need cleaning, maybe at least once a year, to look their best and last longer. And they will also be healthier for you and your family.

Let us prove how good we are. If you are really concerned about the health of your family, and you want clean and healthy carpets and upholstery, call Nugent contract cleaning today and ask for a Free Healthy Home Check on your carpets and upholstery.

We are truly looking forward to servicing your cleaning requirements

Nugent Contract Cleaning
25 Oakview Walk,
Hartstown,
Dublin 15

Office : 01-8203178

Mobile: 086-171 3612

E-mail : Nugentcontractcleaning@eircom.net

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