How To Prepare For Your Carpet Cleaning


The only thing better than getting the job done is having someone else do it for you. Enter Randy’s Carpet Care. Our professional carpet and upholstery cleaning technicians are ready, willing, and able to tackle everything from coffee spills to dog spots all across West Michigan. Still, as exciting as the prospect of a professional cleaning may be, there are a few things you can do to make the process go a little faster and achieve greater success:

  1. Clear rooms as best as you can. Relocating small furniture and breakables for the cleaning is a good idea (if possible). We’re happy to move your couch and table, but your grand piano and antique china cabinet will have to stay put. In other words, we’ll move anything within reason, and we’ll carefully clean around anything we can’t. However, if you can limit what we’re moving, you will expediate the cleaning process. When we’re cleaning vacant spaces, we even offer a 10% discount.
  2. Vacuum. This will ensure better results and help move things along when your technician arrives. Vacuuming is crucial to keeping your carpet from forming visible traffic patterns, so this should be done regularly whether or not you are planning to have your carpets professionally cleaned.
  3. Give your technician the nickel tour. There are specific chemicals and processes to address specific spots, so the more informed your technician is, the more likely he will be successful. Mystery spots happen, but if you know the cause of that red spot in your dining room corner, let your tech know.

If you have any questions, our office staff is available to you from 8am – 5pm, Monday – Friday, and estimates are always free. Call and schedule yours today! (616) 392-1400



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