What is IICRC?
IICRC, The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification
is a non-profit certifying body for the flooring inspection, floor covering and specialized fabric cleaning, and disaster restoration industry. Their primary mission: to set professional standards within the cleaning, inspection, and restoration industry and promote ethics, communication and technical proficiency.
Professional advantages IICRC Master Textile Cleaners
According to Shaw Industries, a flooring manufacturer considered to be the largest broadloom carpet maker in the world, they recommend IICRC professional carpet cleaners as a great choice for your floor. Their cleaning equipment has more extraction power than the rental units available to individuals, and the carpet should dry more quickly. True professionals also understand the equipment, know the proper cleaning agents for the situation at hand, and recognize the differences in fibers and carpet construction.
Experience the difference of Premier Carpet Clean & Restore
Our IICRC Master Textile Cleaners are thoroughly familiar with the cleaning procedures needed to ensure a quality, long-lasting cleaning job on your carpets, rugs and other flooring materials. We provide expert spot and stain removal, guaranteed pet odor decontamination, pro furniture shuffling techniques, fabric protecting applications like ScotchgardTM, burn repair, loop pull repair and crime scene clean-up are among the full complement of services in our repertoire. We routinely remove: tar, grease, oil, Kool-Aid, urine, feces, vomit, tomato and other food spots as well as stains; wax, gum, paint, and blood – to name a few. We often remove difficult stains others have failed to remove. If the spot comes back so do we!
Whether you have, wool, Stain Master Series, polypropylene (Olefin), commercial level loop, standard nylon, Saxony Plush, polyester, acrylic, acetate, etc., our Master Cleaners are prepared to deploy the proper, type-specific cleaning methods and techniques your soiling level calls for, and your carpet
Typically, your carpet is thoroughly pre-vacuumed, pre-spotted, pre-sprayed and pre-agitated. These preparatory steps loosen soiling from the fiber, enabling it to be whisked away by our powerful vanpowered hot-water extraction equipment (commonly called “truck-mounted steam cleaning”). This aggressive extraction is followed by a fine groom raking which puts a final touch on the luster and appearance of your carpet or rug. To guard against future spills and stains, and to maintain long-life, your carpet would then love to be protected with a high-quality fiber protectant such as DuPont® Teflon Advanced. (This post-cleaning protectant application is sometimes a required part of your carpet manufacturer’s warranty.) As for dry time - it varies from 15 minutes to 15 hours depending on several factors (such as soiling level and climate conditions), but 6 hours is a typical average.
Get on a cleaning schedule
If carpet is cleaned before it becomes too unsightly, the cleaning chore will be easier and more successful. Carpet in a typical household should be cleaned every 12 to 18 months, depending on the number of residents and amount of activity. Choosing the proper cleaning system is important. Some systems may leave residues which accelerate re-soiling and defeats the whole purpose of cleaning.
Our three-tiered pricing allows you to choose the level of service:
35¢ PER SQ FT
45¢ PER SQ FT
SOME FURNITURE MOVED
SPOT & STAIN REMOVE
60¢ PER SQ FT
SPOT & STAIN
POST CLEAN RINSE
APPLY SCOTCH GUARD
GROOM & DRY