The Difference Between Carpet Restoration and Carpet Cleaning

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The Difference Between Carpet Restoration and Carpet Cleaning
It’s critical to understand the distinction between carpet cleaning and carpet restoration. Each process serves a different purpose and should be used in different situations. At JL Williard Carpet Care, we can help you decide which suits your High Point, North Carolina home.

Carpet Cleaning Basics

Regular carpet cleaning keeps your home looking good and smelling fresh by removing stains, allergens, and contaminants. It also extends the longevity of your carpets. We recommend you get your carpets professionally cleaned at least once a year. We use hot water extraction to clean your carpets gently but effectively, and our skilled technicians can remove even the most stubborn stains, ensuring your carpets stay fresh.

Carpet Restoration Basics

Carpet restoration is an intensive process aimed at saving severely damaged carpets. Water damage, heavy soiling, and prolonged mold or mildew exposure are all common causes of severe carpet damage. Carpet restoration combines deep cleaning, repairs, and specialized treatments to restore the carpet to its original state.

Our carpet restoration service begins with a thorough inspection to determine the extent of the damage. Our skilled technicians will then use advanced techniques and equipment to restore your carpets, addressing issues such as odor removal, color correction, and, if necessary, restretching.

Which Service Is Right for You?

Usually, carpet cleaning is enough to keep your carpets in good condition. Carpet restoration may be necessary if your carpets have sustained significant damage or have been neglected for an extended period. Contact us today and let us help you keep your home clean, inviting, and healthy.