During the summer months, your home and carpet are exposed to more soil than you may realize, which is why carpet cleaning in Folsom this summer is something Carter’s can help you with!
Whether you are spending the day at Folsom Lake, mountain biking up in Auburn or coming back from a camping weekend up in Lake Tahoe, you’re bringing dry soil back with you. It may not seem as apparent as when you’re coming home from an adventure in the winter because mud is more noticeable than dry soil, which can settle into your shoes and clothes. If it can settle into your shoes and clothes, soil can definitely (and will) seep into your carpets.
Kids are notorious for tracking soil into your home, especially over summer vacation. They run in, they run out. Your front door can be just like a revolving door when summer vacation arrives. Fur-babies are also known for bringing in lots of dry soil. Do yourself a favor and schedule your Folsom carpet cleaning now.
When all that dry soil is being tracked into your home, it can settle into your carpet. When left on carpet fibers, dry soil can cause some serious damage. It acts like tiny shard of glass, slowly cutting away at carpet fibers. This is the primary reason that carpet cleaning in Folsom is so important. Annual carpet steam cleanings are recommended by carpet manufacturers because they remove the dry soil that will cause damage over time. An annual steam cleaning will remove dry soil, keep your warranty valid and extend the life of your carpet.
You deserve the best summer possible, so get outside and play with your kids and pets. Just don’t leave that dry soil linger in your carpet longer than necessary. Let Carter’s help keep your Folsom home clean with an annual carpet cleaning. Just call when you’re ready to schedule a carpet cleaning in Folsom or even Granite Bay, El Dorado Hills, Placerville, Cameron Park and other surrounding areas. If you’re looking for area rug cleaning, hardwood floor cleaning or carpet cleaning in Folsom, just call. You’ll be glad you did! 916-933-7807.