Professional Carpet Cleaners vs DIY

Having your carpets cleaned is a chore that usually falls into the same category as spring cleaning: not fun to do, but necessary, and should occur with approximately the same level of frequency. Most carpet owners, however, will only have their carpets cleaned once every few years (and some not even that). Carpet cleaning is not merely cosmetic – having your carpet cleaned will revitalize your carpet and increase its lifespan.

For optimal performance and duration, manufacturers recommend having your carpet cleaned at minimum every 12 – 18 months, depending on the amount of traffic in your home. In fact, many warranties stipulate this — be sure to carefully read your warranty information.

We all know that vacuum cleaning can remove the majority of dry soil, but it is also recommended that you clean your carpet on a fairly frequent basis to remove that sticky, oily soil that builds up in the fibers as a result of various odors and dirt that is tracked in from outside. If you can clean the carpet before it becomes too bad, the cleaning chore will be easier to do and a lot more successful.

Cleaning your carpet must be done but is it worth the hassle to save a few dollars? Will you get the same results if you do-it-yourself?

Professional Carpet Cleaners

It is in your best interest to use professional cleaners simply because their experience will enable them to do a much better job than you can do yourself. The equipment they use has more extraction power than the units available to you, and the carpet will dry faster as well. They know the cleaning agents to use, and they know the differences in carpet construction and fibers.

Trust your home’s carpets to the carpet cleaning professional technicians at Snyder’s Chem-Dry. We clean carpets in Utah and the surrounding area with expert precision and state of the art tools and equipment. Our staff is highly trained and certified to ensure that we will leave your home with clean carpet that will dry quickly and stay cleaner, longer in Spanish Fork, UT.