Carpet Cleaning Challenges
Type of Carpet Matters When it Comes to Carpet Cleaning
If you are in the market to purchase new carpet for your home, you should be aware that not all carpet is the same before making such a huge investment.
Did you know the kind of carpeting you choose can affect how easy it is to clean? Here are some things to keep in mind when you make your next carpet purchase:
- Pile: The deeper and thicker the pile in your carpet, the more likely it is to retain dirt once the dirt sinks below the surface. Threads and lint, however can stay on top of the carpet wher they can be very visible.
- Level loop: Short, densely spaced loops, with both ends attached to the backing, create a surface that is fairly easy to vacuum because there aren’t crevices for dirt to sink into.
- Berber: This is a type of level loop carpet made with thick yarn, which creates harder to vacuum “hills and valleys.”
- Multilevel loop: The varying long and short loops of these carpets can make them difficult to clean. The low loops create pockets that break vacuum-cleaner suction and can make it harder to remove dirt that has accumulated.
Whatever type of carpet you choose it should be professionally cleaned every 6 months to 1 year. This is depending on the number of people in your home, pets and if shoes are worn in your home. Regular cleaning will keep your carpet clean & healthy and protect your investment to your home.