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Why is clean carpet so important in today's world.

Did you know that carpet fibers act just like the filter on your forced hot air furnace or air conditioning unit? That is actually a good thing because carpet can actually filter the air you breath, but the flip side of this fact is capet doesn't get changed a few times a year like your furnace filter. This why it is so imprtant to get your carpets cleaned at least yearly. And the best way to clean your carpet is to hire a professional. At Great Bay Carpet Care in Tuckerton, New Jersey, we use a multi-step process to rid your carpets of dirt, dander, dust mites, and other allergens that can make you and your family sick. First we inspect your carpet and discuss any concerns you might have, then we pre-vacuum to extract dry soils. Next we pretreat stains and traffic lanes, then pre=spray the entire carpet followed by some form of aggitation, either our carpet bruch or brush machine. By now our child and pet safe chemicals have had time to loosen up the soils in your carpet, so it's time to fire up our 22 horsepower truck-mounted carpet cleaning machine. Our professional White Magic hot water extraction machine uses fresh water and a PH neturalizing rinse agent to leave your carpets soft, clean, and refreshed. While extracting, we use high powered fans to dry your carpets as quickly as possible. Then we groom your carpets to lift up the nap. This improves the look of the carpet and helps them dry faster. Usually our carpets are dry within two hours. Now that your carpets are soft, clean and allergen free it would be a great time to re-apply a carpet protectant, but I'll talk about that topic in another blog. So, if you want your carpets to look the best they can, while reducing dust and dander, AND making your home healthier, please call Great Bay Carpet Care in Tuckerton, New Jersey at 609-290-7005

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