Our trained professionals have the knowledge and skill necessary to clean any type of rug. Whether you bring your rug to our state-of-the-art facility or have us pick it up when it is convenient for you, we will have your rug looking and smelling fresh, extend its life, and brighten your home. Whether an antique wool Persian rug that has been with your family for generations or a modern patterned broadloom under the dining room table that fell victim to last night’s spaghetti sauce spill, our cleaning techniques restore the former beauty of your area rugs. From shags to Dhurries, we use tools and equipment specifically designed to expertly restore synthetics, wool, cotton, silk, and many other fibers.
Preserving Your Rugs For Years to Come
Beautiful rugs are an investment and need to be cared for accordingly. Though the beauty of a carefully selected rug is admired by all who see it, many do not often consider the different fibers, dies, piles, and weaving methods used to create it. ServiceMaster Restore professionals recognize and understand these details so they may apply the expertly apply the appropriate techniques to protect your investment as they clean it. We take special pride in great care and attention we give to antique and vintage rugs to preserve their beauty and memories for generations to come.
Keep Your Rugs Looking Great Between Cleanings
All rugs need to be cared for regularly to maintain their beauty. No matter the fiber, pile, weave, shape or size of your rug, attending to these small steps regularly will help your area rugs last longer, maintain its value, and preserve its vibrancy:
Sweep your hard surface floors beneath area rugs often. This helps protect the rug’s fibers from dirt that will eventually work its way deep into the primary backing.
Vacuum the rug at least once per week to prevent dirt from being ground into the pile. Every other month, vacuum the back of the rug every other month.
Invest in a good quality vacuum, preferably one that provides HEPA filtration. This will not only remove dirt but also helps prevents dust mites, moths, and carpet beetles from harming your rug.
Change your HVAC filters often to reduce the amount of dust in the air.
Place a shoe rack next to the primary door you use to enter your house, and leave shoes at the door. Outdoor dirt sticks to the bottom of shoes and is easily ground into carpet fibers breaking and crushing them.