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At Black Diamond Services, we understand that you have a choice when it comes to how you clean your carpets. If you aren’t finding the answers to your questions below, please feel free to give us a call and we can help you see if we’re the right fit for your next carpet cleaning.

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What is the best carpet cleaning method?

There are several methods for cleaning carpets and which one is best depends on the condition of your carpet and your specific situation. In general, steam cleaning, which uses hot water and high pressure to dissolve dirt, debris, and allergens, is a great method for a deep and effective clean.

Do carpets get dirty faster after cleaning?

Done right, a professionally cleaned carpet should not get dirty faster than an uncleaned carpet. However, some cleaners will leave soap residue on the carpet after a cleaning. This residue will result in the carpet getting dirty faster as dirt sticks to the residue. So, it’s important to use a company with a proven track record like Black Diamond Services.

Can I deep clean my carpet myself?

Yes, you can! Carpet cleaning machine’s are available to rent or buy and you’ll want to find a cleaning solution that is compatible with the machine and safe for your carpet material. How deep the clean you achieve comes down to the technique you use, your understanding of the cleaning method, and your experience.

How often should I get my carpets professionally cleaned?

This depends heavily on a variety of factors including how much foot traffic your carpets get, if you have pets or frequent stains, if you have children or folks with allergies in your home, and how clean you like to keep your home. On average, getting your carpets professionally cleaned every 6-12 months under normal conditions and every 3-6 months under heavy use conditions is a good rule of thumb.

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