Carpet CleaningBasic Package
- All Rooms Vacuumed
- 3 Rooms Steam Cleaned & Spot Treated
- Easy Scheduling around YOUR Calendar
- Keep Up on Your Warranty
Seasonal CleaningHoliday Specials
- 3 Room Carpet Cleaning Specail
- Add Window Cleaning deal JUST $99
- $50 Coupon for ANY TILE & GROUT CLEANING
- Add Dryer Vent Cleaning deal Just $69
Additional ServicesOther Things We Do
- Tile & Grout Cleaning
- Upholstery & Furniture Cleaning
- Window Cleaning
- Dryer Vent Cleaning
What’s Included in Carpet Cleaning?
– Our Crews Arrive ON TIME
– You Will Recieve a Call and/or Text Prior to Our Arrival
– We Pre Vaccum ALL Rooms being Cleaned
– Deep Steam Cleaning of ALL Rooms/Surfaces
– Pre Inspection and Spot Check
– We Move Anything You Can’t
– Every Job Includes Before & After Photos of ALL Surfaces Cleaned
– You Are Provided a Invoice to have ON FILE for Your Carpets Warranty Upkeep
Holiday Season Specials
- 3 Rooms + FREE Hallway or Stairs
- $50 Coupon For Tile & Grout Cleaning with ANY Carpet Cleaning Job
- Add Window Cleaning to ANY Job for $99.00
- Add Dryer Vent Cleaning to ANY Job for $69.00
Frequently asked questions
If you have questions, someone else may have already asked!
How Often Should I Clean My Carpets?
There are a lot of myths and misconceptions out there when it comes to deciding how often your carpets need to be treated by a carpet cleaner. The answer depends largely on the amount of traffic your carpet receives.
There are also a number of things homeowners can do between cleanings to extend the life of their carpet and reduce the amount of dirt, dust and grit that accumulates in the carpet fibers.
Cleaning your carpets regularly keeps your floor coverings looking great on the surface, and it also helps to remove abrasive dirt particles that damage the fibers, cause premature wear and eventually shorten the life of your carpet.
According to the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration (IIRC), all carpets should be cleaned at least once a year. In low-traffic areas, carpets can go 12 to 18 months between cleanings, but high-traffic areas may need to be professionally cleaned on a quarterly basis.
Households with pets, smokers, children and a good amount of foot traffic should have their carpets professionally cleaned two to four times each year. Dust mites, pet dander and allergens are only part of the problem. While dust and bacteria trigger asthma attacks and allergic reactions, the dirt, sand and abrasive particles shorten the life of your carpet and result in premature wear.
In addition to hiring a professional carpet cleaner, homeowners should vacuum areas with little foot traffic once a week and more often in highly trafficked areas. If pets and kids are in the house, these areas may need to be to tended to multiple times each week.
Visible surface dirt isn’t the only thing homeowners need to worry about. The embedded dirt hidden deep in the carpet can damage the fibers and shorten the life of your floor coverings. To prevent dirt accumulations, have all guests remove shoes at the door and treat stains as soon as possible.
Vacuuming frequently, spot-treating stains and hiring a professional carpet cleaner at regular intervals will prolong the life of your carpet and keep it looking clean and fresh all year.
Can You Clean Urine Smell and Pet Stains?
If you have pets, you know that accidents can happen. Taking action immediately and knowing how to get pet urine smell out of carpet is key.
If your cat or dog soils the carpet it’s important to act fast to clean up pet urine while it’s still wet. If the urine dries, it can stain the carpet and promote bacteria growth. Immediately place several paper towels over the soiled area of carpet, then walk on the paper towels so they absorb as much pet pee as possible.
After soaking up the stain, you can either call in a professional carpet cleaner, or use a homemade or commercial pet stain remover to eliminate the odor.
A carpet cleaning solution of one part white vingegar to one part water can neutralize the ammonia smell of pet urine without damaging carpet fibers.
How can you provide a bid without coming out and looking at my home?
After mastering the services we provide we have created systems to our pricing to make it simple for everyone involved.
About 85% of residential services can be bid right over the phone with one of our office staff by looking your home up on Bing Maps or Google and asking questions about your home that will help us price your job.
More complex jobs , homes we cannot view online or certian services may require an in person bid.
Want in an person bid? No worries 🙂
Give us a call and we can set a time for one of our crew leader to come out and meet with you about your project.
What Do I Do Prior To The Crew Coming To My Home?
1. Vacuum, if needed: Removing as much debris and dirt from the carpet fiber prior to a cleaning can help ensure your carpet cleaner is focusing on the deep down soiled-in dirt. Some carpet cleaning services vacuum the carpet prior to beginning their work. Others rely on you, the homeowner, to do so. Ask your carpet cleaning professional whether or not you need to vacuum prior to their arrival.
2. Dust and clean baseboards and HVAC registers: Clearing these areas of dirt and debris can help ensure the carpet isn’t’ dirtied quickly following a cleaning.
3. Remove fragile items: Porcelain knick-knacks, Ming dynasty vases, collectibles and any other potentially fragile or breakable items should be removed from the cleaning area and placed in a safe area.
4. Remove valuable items: While many carpet cleaning companies thoroughly screen and vet their employees, it’s still a good idea to remove any items of value from rooms with carpeting that will be cleaned. Store them behind a locked door or in your car’s trunk.
5. Move furniture, if necessary: Your carpet cleaner may offer a discount for cleaning a room that’s empty or just focusing on high foot traffic areas. On the other hand, you may want to ensure your carpet is totally clean from wall to wall. Some companies charge a fee for moving furniture, others don’t, so ask about moving furniture when making an appointment.
6. Remove smaller items from the floor: Floor lamps, waste baskets, toys, and clothing or shoes should all be moved out of the area to be cleaned. It’s also a good idea to lift up and secure things like bedspreads, drapes or dust ruffles with a clothespin to prevent them from getting in the way of a carpet cleaner’s tools.
7. Free up a parking spot: If your carpet cleaner uses truck-mounted equipment, he or she will need to park their vehicle as close as possible to an entry door to run hoses for their cleaning equipment. Make sure your family’s vehicles aren’t obstructing them.
8. Point out areas of concern: Showing a professional carpet cleaner the stains, spots or high-traffic areas you’re most concerned with will help make sure they’re not missed during the cleaning process.
Every technician in the Lion’s Share Maintenance team has received extensive training to bring you the best Carpet and Floor Cleaning services. We know how much a consistent, quality result matters to your home and business. Using the best equipment, methods, and cleaning solutions on the market, we specialize in top-quality deliverables.
Once you have your Carpet Clean, you will want to give your Windows a facelift also. Check out our Window Cleaning Page