Carpet Cleaning Service
Mississippi Valley Carpet Care has professional Carpet Cleaning near you in Dubuque, Ia and surrounding areas. We can tackle any size job and be your Area Rugs Cleaner or maybe you are interested in our Upholstery Cleaning Service.
Our trained technicians clean a wide range of carpeted surfaces. By using a powerful truck mount cleaning system, the Boxxer 427 by HydraMaster, the best detergents, and pH-balancing rinsing agents, we remove the deep down embedded dirt and solution residue. All you’ll have is a cleaner, softer, more beautiful carpet!
It’s easy to think that the only reason you need your carpet clean is so it looks nice, right? That is certainly one reason, but regular carpet cleaning is an investment in year health and daily well-being.
Carpets, whether in your home or in your office, can quickly collect dirt, bacteria, dust mites and allergens. Though not always visible on the surface, these contaminants can actually pollute the indoor air quality (IAQ) that you breathe every day. Carpets that often appear clean may, in fact, be much dirtier than you think!
Think of your carpet as a type of air filter in your home. When things like dust, dirt, bacteria and dust mites collect on your carpet, in time you will eventually start to breathe in that buildup. Merely using household carpet cleaners to remove dirt and spills is not enough to ensure the air you’re breathing is as clean as possible.
By investing in services like Mississippi Valley Carpet Care, you can rest assured that our commercial grade, advanced equipment will give your carpets the deepest and most thorough cleaning possible.
Germs Per Square Inch
According to the The Healthy's Fun Facts: Bacteria love munching on dead skin cells. Considering that the average person sheds about 1.5 million every hour, that turns your rugs into a fine dining experience when you add food particles, pet dander, pollen, and other bits. About 200,000 bacteria live in each square inch of carpet (nearly 700 times more than on your toilet seat), including E. coli, staphylococcus, and salmonella.