Step 1: Initial InspectionYour carpet cleaning technician will walk through your home with you to inspect the carpet and go over which areas you would like cleaned. This is a good time to alert him to any stain concerns.
Step 2: Pretreatment of Spots and Traffic AreasA spray solution is applied to break down traffic area soils and general spots to aid in a thorough cleaning. Spots that need to be pretreated are treated at this time.
Step 3: Soil Extraction and RinseWe use the most advanced truck-mounted hot water extraction cleaning system in the industry to achieve maximum soil and spot removal without unwanted residue or soaking your carpet. We leave your carpet as clean as possible.
Step 4: GroomingYour carpet is combed and groomed so that the pile dries faster and in the right position.
Step 5: WalkthroughYour carpet cleaning technician will walk back through your home with you to assure you’re satisfied with his cleaning.
Ace Rug Specializes in Cleaning the Following Types & Styles of Area Rugs
Step 1: Initial InspectionAn inspection is done to determine what method of rug cleaning service is necessary.
Step 2: Soil RemovalA special pile lifter and specialized vacuum unit is used to remove dust from the front and back of all rugs.
Step 3: PretreatmentsThe body of the rug and the fringe are treated with a solution to aid in removal of tough spots.
Step 4: CleaningAt this point we begin our hand-wash or dry-cleaning procedure. It is here that we make the critical decision of which is the best and safest methods to do the actual cleaning of your oriental rugs and area rugs. It is our experience that hand-washing produces the better cleaning and we use this method whenever possible. Some rugs cannot withstand water and we must use a dry-cleaning method.
Step 5: RinseRugs are rinsed thoroughly to ensure no cleaning or dirt residue remain.
Step 6: DryingDrying a rug properly is extremely important and avoids unnatural shrinkage. Your rug will be dried flat or hung to dry in a specially designed controlled drying area.
Step 7: Final InspectionAfter the rug is completely dry, it is thoroughly inspected by owner Jim Reynolds himself. Any rug not passing his inspection is then sent back through the cleaning process at no charge to you.
Step 8: Home-boundWhen rugs pass Jim’s inspection, they are combed, groomed and ready to go home!
Rug and Carpet Repair
Area Rug Cleaning and Repair
Fringe Repair and Replacement
See Fringe Repair Examples
Binding Repair and Replacement
Damages within the Body of the Rugs Repaired
Carpet Repair: Residential and Commercial
Re-stretch with Power Stretcher or KickerOptions:
Seam Repair, Replacement and Sealing
Carpet Installation New and Re-installation
Transition Strip Replacement
Depending on how badly your area rug or carpet is damaged or worn, odds are that our rug repair service can help it look its best again. We’ll put our more than 50 years’ experience in rug repair to work for you!