Hot Water Extraction
Classic Services of Louisville has been in the carpet cleaning business for more than 19 years. We exclusively use the hot water extraction carpet cleaning method to get your carpet and area rugs impressively clean.
Hot water extraction is safe for all carpet types and effectively removes tough ground-in dirt and stains, including: food & beverage spills, crayon & ink, lipstick, pet stains, automotive or cleaning fluids, and more.
Call the carpet cleaning professionals at Classic Services of Louisville to schedule your carpet cleaning: (502) 353-5193. We clean all size area rugs and carpeting. We also clean automotive and recreational vehicle carpets.
Hot water extraction vs steam cleaning.
Classic Services of Louisville exclusively uses hot water extraction to clean carpet because most carpet manufacturers recommend this method over steam cleaning.
Although these terms are often used interchangeably by other carpet cleaning companies, they are not the same. The main difference is water temperature.
Steam cleaning uses boiling water to create steam. Hot water extraction uses hot, not boiling, water.
At Classic Services of Louisville, we know what we're talking about. We don't tell you we're steam cleaning your carpet.
Call (502) 353-5193 to schedule your carpet cleaning job with the knowledgeable carpet professionals at Classic Services of Louisville.
Sometimes, homeowners opt to rent or buy steam cleaners thinking that it is a cost savings option.
Unfortunately, inexperience combined with inferior equipment can leave detergent residue that actually attracts dirt. Furthermore, if the area is not properly ventilated during the cleaning process, you could end up with mold.
Avoid the pitfalls, expense, and time it takes to do it yourself. Call the professional carpet cleaners at Classic Services of Louisville for quality carpet cleaning results: (502) 353-5193.
We've been in the carpet cleaning business since 1999, and we know how to make your carpet look its best.
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