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My Carpet Cleaning–Before & After

Posted December 17, 2012

 

Wow! What a difference!  I was getting my home ready for the holidays and realized how grungy my carpets looked. Carpet Cleaning! I didn't have time to rent one of those grocery store carpet cleaners–that don't really do anything anyway–so I called The Rug Beater to get my carpets professionally cleaned for the holidays. When my relatives arrive, they will see fresh, clean carpeting. They will think I just put in new carpeting! Look here and see for yourselves the value in having your carpets professionally cleaned!

Call The Rug Beater today for Carpet Cleaning Lancaster!  717-656-9826

Carpet Cleaning Lancaster

 

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    My Recent Carpet Cleaning Experience

    Posted October 10, 2012

     

    Recently I had all the carpets in my home cleaned by The Rug Beater Cleaning Enterprises, Inc. I was completely satisfied with the manner in which it was done and with the results. The carpets look very nice. They were installed 13 years ago. The young man who cleaned the carpets was very polite and careful. I would not hesitate to have this company clean my carpets again next year.

    - Anne R.

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      Why Use An IICRC Certified Technician?

      Posted September 30, 2012

       

      At the IICRC, we believe that the best way to maintain a cleaner and healthier home is to augment your regular cleaning and vacuuming with periodic visits from an experienced certified professional. For those tasks that require a specialist – such as carpet and upholstery cleaning, stain removal, and maintenance of wood and tile floors – only a certified technician will deliver the results you can trust.

      Look for the Clean TThe Clean Trustrust logo to verify IICRC certification. 
      (taken from www.iicrc.org)

      Carpet Cleaning serving Lancaster and surrounding areas

      Call Us Today;The RugBeater 717-656-9826

       

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        A Good Word for The Rug Beater

        Posted September 26, 2012

         

        Phil, Lori & Matt,

        We just wanted to thank you for a job very well done. We really appreciate what you did and how promptly you did it. The invoice was a pleasant surprise; we were not expecting that at all. We will continue to recommend your services to all our customers who are in need of them.

        Take great care and keep up the good work. Looking forward to a continued and growing relationship where we can recommend each others services knowing the job will get done right.

        Once again, Thank You for a wonderful job, we wish you all the best, and hope your business continues to grow in leaps and bounds.

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          How Often Do You Vacuum?

          Posted September 23, 2012

           

          Vacuuming

          is where most people start when they think about carpet cleaning and maintenance.  Below are some basic tips for you to consider.

          • Carpets need to be vacuumed once a week and more often in areas of heavy traffic. Frequent vacuuming prolongs the life of your carpet by preventing a buildup of gritty particles that can cut carpet fibers. Every few weeks, take a little extra time and use your crevice tool for cleaning around baseboards and radiators and in other hard-to-reach places.

          • To vacuum wall-to-wall carpeting, divide the floor into quadrants and vacuum an entire quadrant before moving on to the next.

          • Take your time when you vacuum a carpet, especially a plush carpet in which dirt is sure to be deeply embedded. One pass with a high-powered upright is not enough. Go over each section of carpeting several times, and work slowly to allow the suction to remove all the ground-in dust and dirt.

          • Pay special attention to the areas where people sit and move their feet. Vacuum these areas of heavy traffic with a crisscross pattern of overlapping strokes.

          • Soil retardants can be applied to new carpets or to newly cleaned carpets. Follow manufacturers' advice. Apply soil retardants only with professional equipment using the recommended application techniques.

          • Add baking soda to the bag in your vacuum to fight odors.

           

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            And You Thought Your Floors Were Clean!

            Posted September 10, 2012

             

            Today's flooring materials include stone, concrete, ceramic, clay, wood, resilient and specialty flooring. These materials are easy to clean, maintain and restore, however, soils on these flooring materials have a tendency to build up.  Sooner or later, it’s necessary to clean beyond routine dusting and damp mopping; and that’s the time to call in a certified professional for help.

            Certified technicians have the specialized training and experience it takes to select the proper cleaning chemicals, equipment, tools and materials in addition to the proper cleaning methods for maintaining or restoring hard surface flooring to its original beauty. Certified technicians can also offer advice on how to clean and maintain the appearance of your hard surface flooring.

             

            Cleaning Floor Tiles 

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              Is This New Carpeting?

              Posted September 8, 2012

               

              Is this really the same carpet?  Carpet Cleaning by The RugBeater!  Call Us Today!

              before1 After1
              Before After

               

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                Look At This Dirty Carpeting!

                Posted September 2, 2012

                 

                Here is a great example of what The Rug Beater can do for your dirty carpets! What a difference! When is the last time you thought about cleaning your carpets?   Call Us Today!  717-656-9826

                Before2 After2
                Before After

                 

                 
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                  Why Should I Get Regular Carpet Cleaning Maintenance For My Home?

                  Posted August 15, 2012

                   

                  According to the Environmental Protection Agency,

                  The average person spends 90 percent or more of their time indoors, where levels of pollutants may be two to five times (and occasionally more than 100 times) higher than outdoor levels.

                  This makes it extremely important to perform regular maintenance inside your home or business. In addition to vacuuming, cleaning and checking for water damage on a regular basis, using a certified technician for cleaning will help extend the life of your flooring and upholstery and ensure that your home or business is healthful for those who live and work there.

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                    Why Use A Certified Technician?

                    Posted August 13, 2012

                     

                    We think that the best way to maintain a cleaner and healthier home is to supplement your regular cleaning and vacuuming with periodic visits from an experienced certified carpet cleaning professional. For those jobs that require experience — such as carpet and upholstery cleaning, stain removal, and maintenance of wood and tile floors — only a certified technician will deliver the results you can trust. Look for the Clean Trust logo to verify IICRC certification.

                    Call The Rug Beater today, your Clean Trust specialists!

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