We help with carpet cleaning emergencies 24 hours per day. If you have just spilled something on the carpet we can help right now.
Before you do anything else you need to deal with the accident that happened. Assuming it’s something small like a wine stain or some soft drink that spilled on the carpet. You need to take a paper towel and soak up the excess liquid. Don’t rub at all. Just allow the towel to absorb as much liquid as possible. Rubbing the stain will make it worse.
If your emergency is due to flooding and you still have not turned off the water in your property stop what you are doing and turn off the water right now!
Don’t forget that the faster you act. The better chance you have to preserve your carpets from permanent damage. Once you are done with the above instructions call us ASAP. Are you finished with what you read above and ready to get us to come out to your property to deal with the emergency? Call us now to get booked in.
Don’t worry about what has been spilled on your carpet. It could be beer, wine, cooking oil, muddy paw prints from your dog or one of a thousand other things. It’s not a problem.
The main thing that you should be concerned with is getting the stain or flood dealt with right now. The faster you deal with the carpet cleaning situation the better chance there is that the carpet will not be damaged.
We use the industry standard carpet cleaning methods and equipment.
We deal with carpet stains and odors on a daily basis. It doesn’t matter what was split on the carpet we will bring your carpet back to looking like it’s brand new!
We are very passionate about cleaning carpets. One could imagine that it’s not exactly the type of work to get passionate about. But we love it! There is just some about cleaning carpets. Taking something that was dirty and putting the spark of life back into it. We are the best emergency carpet cleaning company you can hire in town!
Why not give us a call today on (631) 212-0900 and speak to one of our friendly staff right now to get your service booked in?