Winter has arrived with a bang this year – it brought with it copious amounts of snow, and the freezing cold temperatures have made sure it’s not going away anytime soon. As we all bundle up to protect ourselves from the cold weather outside, it can be easy to forget about protecting your carpets from the harsh winter elements. Even though salt on the sidewalks and roads makes it safer for us to walk and drive, it can cause significant damage to the inside of our homes. Winter can be especially tough on our carpets, but not to worry, we at Dazzle Carpet Cleaning are here to keep your homes clean and your carpets safe from the destructive effects of winter ice salt.
While there might not be as many allergens in your home as there are during the warmer months, the potential damage of having wet, muddy, salt-covered feet entering your home and tracking their mess all over the carpet and upholstery is much more of a threat. With the ever-changing weather here, winter carpet cleaning in Vancouver is a must. The best way to protect your carpets is to make sure the salt doesn’t get into them in the first place. Always wipe your boots before entering your home, a mat outside to leave your boots on is even better!
If that pesky salt has already made its way into your home, give Dazzle a call and we can come rescue and refresh your carpets before the corrosive side effects of rock salt take hold. Our hot water extraction technique lifts dirt and surface stains while helping sanitize your home in the process. We also offer Ultra-Protection for nylon and polyester carpet to keep your home or business safer from the effects of dirt and spills. We use environmentally-friendly cleaning products to keep your pets, children, and family safe.
We want to provide you with the best winter carpet cleaning services possible at an affordable price so that you can see the Dazzle difference. Check out our Instagram to remain up to date with all of our deals and promotions, and contact us now at 604 802 8500 or email@example.com to get started!