Hot Water Extraction

Employee hot water extracting the carpets of a restaurant

All Carpet including traffic lanes, wear patterns and spot/stains are pre-treated, allowed to dwell and then rinsed clean using super-heated water that penetrates the carpet and immediately gets sucked out by powerful vacuums.

Vacuums deliver a suction power of over 400 CFM (cubic feet of air flow per minute), removing all of the water, cleaning solution and dirt. The high suction means your carpet will dry quickly with no solution residue.

The Benefits

  • Cuts stain removal time by 50%
  • Compatible with disinfecting solutions
  • Dry time between 4 - 6 hours
  • No residue
  • Carpets look fresh for weeks after extraction
close up of a hot water extractor cleaning carpets

Weather Matters

What to Clean:  Dirt,  Snow,  Slush,  Mud,  Bacteria,  Viruses  and  Mold

Carpets get the most wear during the holiday season, followed by months of poor weather. Maintaining them can minimize long term stains and damage. Although this is the most crucial time to maintain your carpets, it frequently gets overlooked when maintenance plans are not put in place. Using our disinfecting solutions, we can help minimize the transmission of workplace illness.

What to Clean:  Mold Spores,  Allergens,  Pet Hair  and  Dirt

After a post winter hot water extraction, encapsulation would be the most effective way to lift up any allergens. Pets start to shed, trees start to pollinate and mold rapidly grows. Removing these particles quickly can dramatically reduce the effects of allergies.  

What to Clean:  Grass Clippings,  Vehicle Pollution,  Animal Feces,  Sand  and  Asphalt Grease

With your doors and windows open, a lot of new pollutants can enter the workplace. New smells and hard to remove stains can appear out of nowhere. The peak of summer is often a great time for an additional hot water extraction.

What to Clean:  Mud,  Soil,  Leafs,  Rain Water,  Bacteria  and  Viruses
At this time of year, moisture begins to take effect. Umbrellas drip water all around the workplace and pets begin to shed their summer coats. As Vancouver’s rain goes into full effect, more soil and mud is brought inside.

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