Professional Carpet Cleaning Services 

Available in New Richmond, St. Croix Falls & Osceola, WI
Our Carpet Cleaning Process Includes These Steps:
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Light Furniture Moving

Our cleaning technicians will walk through your home with you to visually inspect the carpet. He will identify potential stains and give you a realistic evaluation of the expected results.

Our regular pricing includes moving light furniture such as sofas, chairs, coffee-tables and smaller items. Beds, dressers, and heavier pieces are left in place.

Clean & Extract

Clean & Extract

We will steam clean your carpet with our truck-mounted hot-water extraction process. Your carpets will be cleaned down to the backing and will also remove deep down bacteria, pollens, and chemicals.

Rinse & Neutralize

Leftover carpet cleaning solutions can act as a magnet for dirt. That's why we apply a pH-balancing fiber rinse that removes carpet cleaning solution residue right along with deep-down dirt. So all that's left behind is cleaner, softer, more beautiful carpet.


Application of a pre-spray that will suspend the soils from the carpet fibers. We pre-treat the carpet to loosen dirt and oils that vacuum cleaners cannot remove. Depending on the type of carpeting you have, we'll often use a rake to agitate the pre-spray into your carpet fibers.

Post-Cleaning Inspection

Our cleaning technician will walk through your home with you to point out the cleaning results to make sure that you are completely thrilled with the job.

Drying: Most carpets will be dry to the touch in about 2-4 hours. Drying times depend on the degree of soiling and type of carpet

A Little About Hot Water Extraction (Steam Cleaning)

Hot water extraction is often referred to as "Steam Cleaning". Actually this is not exactly accurate because actual steam is too dry and too hot to clean carpet properly. Hot water extraction is recommended by most carpet manufacturers and professional carpet cleaners. With this method, hot cleaning solution is sprayed deep into the carpet fibers and is immediately extracted with a powerful vacuum source. The vacuum sucks all of the dirt, cleaning solution, and other particles into a recovery tank and is usually poured into the sanitary waste system. Because this method removes more dirt and contaminants than the other carpet cleaning methods, hot water extraction is favored by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and is the preferred method of the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC).