External Extraction Method – Carpet Cleaning

Learn More about the External Extraction Cleaning Method We Use for Carpets

A-One Carpet Cleaning is a reputable company that has been providing the people of Denver, CO with carpet cleaning services for many years now. We are able to clean carpets of any size or type and remove even the most stubborn stains. This is due to our extensive experience and hard work that is highly appreciated by everyone who has hired us. Because our clients recommend our services to their friends and family, we are constantly getting questions about the different services we provide. And since we don’t want to disappoint anyone, we have decided to share more about the different cleaning methods we use, here, on our website. On this page, you can read about the external extraction method we use and when and why it should be used.

This method is mostly used for thick, but light colored rugs and carpets. It involves the injection of a mixture of water and detergent into the carpet and the extraction of that same mixture together with the dirt, leaving the carpet perfectly clean. As already mentioned, this is usually used for thick carpet and rugs because getting deeply into their fibers is not easy, and there are some impurities that can remain there if cleaned in a different way. When using the external extraction method, your carpets will get back their beautiful light colors without getting damaged.

We, from A-One Carpet Cleaning, recommend using this method especially when there are members of the household who have allergies and other respiratory problems. When the deeply embedded dirt and other impurities are extracted, these people will feel better. We use only professional grade equipment when doing this job and also move all the furniture for you.

So whenever you need such a carpet cleaning service and you live in Denver, CO, you should get in touch with us right away. We will be happy to provide you with our professional help! Dial (303) 223-9437 today if you need more information!

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