Important Facts About Pre Cleaned Carpets - San Bernardino, CA

Is Your Carpet Crying Out For Help?

90% of our time is spent indoors. We can help you keep your indoor air as clean as possible, as well as your carpets.

How? By removing soil, clay, grit, pollens, bacteria, and other contaminants in your carpet. Here are the "facts" about why you should call Esmerio's Master Carpet Care... immediately!

Fact 1: Sand is scratching and dulling your carpet. Each day, we pull pounds and pounds of clayish gritty soil out of the base of you, a friend's, or even your neighbor's carpet! It's also grinding your expensive yarns into worthless fibers that fill up your vacuum bag. This is the #1 cause of wear.

Every moment you wait, your carpet wears out faster!

Fact 2:  How do the traffic lanes feel? Oily residues from the street and air are drying to the carpet. Slightly sticky, they grab dirt and lock it on. Through a process called 'oxidation', soils bond with the carpet, causing color change, and becoming permanently attached. If you wait too long, you are throwing away the key to unlocking dirt and oil from traffic lanes. Clean before they show up!

The longer you wait between cleaning, the more likely your soil becomes permanent!

Fact 3: Is the air starting to smell stale? Pollutants in the air filter through your carpet. It traps them so you don't breath them over and over. But what happens when that trap gets full?

Your family starts breathing dust mite debris, pollens, pollutants, fungus, spores, bacteria, and a long list of other really gross stuff. Once your carpet's natural filtering ability gets full, it is time for a thorough cleaning for the sake of your family's health

Clean every six months, and you will breath easier.

Convinced that you need your carpets out in San Bernardino, CA cleaned and maintained by us so that they will last you many years to come? Call today, and remember, we clean your carpet, not your wallet!

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