One of the most common questions that we’re asked about professional carpet cleaning is how long it takes for everything to dry after being cleaned. To provide the best answer to this question, Sharp Carpet & Air Duct Cleaning wants to cover the approach we use for cleaning carpet, as well as the factors that affect how long the total drying time takes.
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Why We Use Hot Water Extraction for Carpet Cleaning
Sharp Carpet & Air Duct Cleaning has a long history in the great city of Omaha. Because we’ve been providing the best possible service for many years, we have seen multiple types of carpet cleaning come and go. Although we stay on top of the carpet cleaning industry and are always looking for new ways to make our service even better, we know to stick with what works.
And the method that has continued to work far better than any other is hot water extraction. There are several reasons that hot water extraction has remained our method of cleaning carpets in Omaha. The first reason is because it’s highly effective. Since this method allows us to penetrate all the way down into carpet, we’re able to remove dust, allergens, bacteria, mold and other contaminants.
The second reason we use hot water extraction is because it’s environmentally friendly and baby-safe. That means we’re able to give homeowners the ideal combination of perfectly clean carpets and peace of mind. Finally, hot water extraction dries very quickly. Once we’re done with our carpet cleaning process, the drying time for an entire home can be as little as two to four hours.
The 3 Main Factors That Affect Drying Time
As mentioned above, when carpet is professionally cleaned with the hot water extraction method, it can be dry in under four hours. While that length of drying time is not uncommon, it’s important to understand that there are several factors that will ultimately determine whether it takes more or less time.
The first factor that impacts carpet cleaning drying time is air movement. The more air that’s moving through your Omaha home, the faster the carpet will dry. Depending on the weather conditions, opening the windows and using fans are generally the best ways to maximize air flow.
The type of carpet that’s cleaned is the second factor. Berber and other loop carpeting usually takes long to dry than cut or plush pile carpet. Finally, if it’s a humid day in Omaha, it will take the carpet in your home a little longer to dry.
Call Today to Get Truly Clean Carpets: (402) 551-9949
If you want clean carpets and minimal drying time, Sharp Carpet & Air Duct Cleaning has the service you want. With a track record that goes all the way back to 1979, we’re proud of the reputation we’ve established for doing quality work. So if you want to work with a company that will take the time to do this job right, be sure to call us at (402) 551-9949.