AAA Steam Carpet Cleaning, is an IICRC certified company, currently offers affordable commercial carpet cleaning services in the Niagara area. We can accommodate special events, multiple business locations, real estate agents with new and resale property, rental properties, evening/night/holiday weekend cleaning and much, much more.
As a trusted leader with a solid reputation for high-quality workmanship, integrity, and affordable pricing in the carpet cleaning industry, our services are always backed with our Satisfaction Guarantee. With our Guarantee, you will have no more worries about hidden charges, carpet over wetting, shrinkage, mildew, harmful odors, vapors, or cleaning residue. We are Environmentally Safe! When our certified and friendly technicians arrive at your business, they are prepared to inspect all areas that are to be cleaned. During this inspection, our technician evaluates the carpets condition, identifies special areas of concern with the owner and will review the best cleaning process for their job. Thereafter, a written estimate is given to the customer prior to services starting along with the expectations of the services to be rendered to assure complete customer satisfaction. With over 25 years experience, we get it right the first time!
AAA Carpet Cleaning preferred method of cleaning is “hot water extraction” via truck-mount, which is recognized within the carpet cleaning industry as both the most effective and efficient procedure for cleaning carpets. Carpets cleaned by this method are noticeably cleaner, brighter, softer, and always tend to last longer. Next, the carpets are then pre-treated with heavy-duty stain and soil removers to problematic areas such as dirt, rust, tar, grease, oily residues, dust mites, and gum. This process is always FREE of charge!
Thereafter, steam/hot water provided by our power units situated outside your building in our trucks is then injected under high pressure into the pile, to effectively break up & remove stains, harmful bacteria, fungus, chemicals, pollens, tobacco residue, dirt, embedded soils and much, much more within the carpet. The machine then draws the dirt and soil out of your carpet through suction and is then stored in a holding tank within our trucks; thus insuring that odours, dust mites and humidity are blown outside your building not inside as with portables or dry cleaning methods.
After the carpets are cleaned, light furniture will be replaced and plastic tabs or blocks are placed under their feet. The carpets are left damp to the touch and usually dry within 2-6 hours depending on humidity and air circulation within the business.
Below are different methods that are available.
After bonnet cleaning product is deposited onto the surface as a mist, a round buffer or “bonnet” scrubs the mixture with rotating motion. This industry machine resembles a floor buffer, with an absorbent cotton spin pad that attracts soil and is rinsed or replaced repeatedly. The bonnet method is not strictly dry-cleaning and involves a hour or two of drying time, and usually only addresses the top third of carpet, making it a quick solution rather than a deep cleaning of dirt or odor as considered suitable for valuable carpet. To reduce pile distortion, the absorbent pad should be kept well-lubricated with cleaning solution.
In the 1990s, new polymers began literally encapsulating (crystallizing) soil particles into dry residues on contact, in a process now regarded by the industry as a growing, up-and-coming technology; working like “tiny sponges”, the deep-cleaning compound crystals dissolve and absorb dirt prior to its removal from the carpet. Cleaning solution is applied by a compression sprayer. According to ICS Cleaning Specialist, evidence suggests encapsulation improves carpet appearance, compared to other systems; and it is favorable in terms of high-traffic needs, operator training, equipment expense, and lack of wet residue. Encapsulation also avoids the drying time of carpet shampoos, making the carpet immediately available for use. The use of encapsulation to create a crystalline residue that can be immediately vacuumed (as opposed to the dry powder residue of wet-cleaning systems, which generally requires an additional day before vacuuming) has recently become an accepted method for commercial and residential carpet maintenance.
If you have any further questions in regard to our commercial cleaning please feel free to email us, or call our office we would be happy to answer all our your questions.