Pro Service LLC is locally owned and operated. It was established in 1988.

Our team consists of honest and well-trained people whose references and backgrounds were checked.

Pro Service LLC is an owner operated entity. With over 25 years of carpet cleaning experiance and the know how and the ability to troubleshoot any carpet cleaning issues. We set the industry standard for quality at an affordable price and rates that you can live with without breaking your wallets. Although many companies offer the same services for double the rate i`m sure they have a good reason in doing so.
Reason 1: Overhead as mentioned I am an owner operated entity therfore my cost are lower then corporations with high overheads therfore I can pass those savings on to the consumer.
My whole career has been based on pride and love for cleaning I am a perfectionist and i tend to overclean, always trying to find flaws in perfection. The consumer benifits and the majority of my buisness are my customers who calls back 2 or even 3 times a year for carpet cleaning.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q: What should I do to prepare my home for Pro Service LLC carpet cleaning?

 

A: Any small items sitting on the carpets to be cleaned, such as boxes, newspapers, toys and shoes, should be picked up. If there is a lot of debris on the carpet it is recommended that you vacuum first.

 

Q: Will steam cleaning shrink my carpet?

 

A: No. Years ago, some carpets would shrink when cleaned because manufacturers used jute as a backing. Jute is a natural fiber that can shrink when it gets excessively wet, and old steam-cleaning equipment would sometimes cause that kind of over-wetting. Today, nearly all carpet has a synthetic backing, which helps prevent shrinking. In addition, our powerful extraction equipment helps prevent the carpet backing from getting excessively wet.

 

Q: I've heard that once you clean a carpet it gets dirty quicker. Is that true?

 

A: Residue that gets left in the carpet from inferior cleaning processes is what causes rapid re-soiling. Our deep cleaning process uses pressurized hot water and advanced cleaning agents to loosen soil. Then we remove the dirt and the cleaning solution with a pH-balancing rinse and a powerful vacuum, leaving your carpet soft and clean. And if your carpet was clean on numerous occasions and you had stains that came back after cleaning then I would recommend using a dryer cleaning method like the encapsulation process.

 

Q: When my carpet gets clean, does the padding or sub-floor get wet?

 

A: No it does not we do not overwet the carpet to create this hazard. Our truckmounts use a powerful extraction system leaving the carpet barely damp.

 

Q: How long will it take my carpet to dry?

 

A: Factors like carpet material and type, and the relative humidity in your home affect the drying time. It can take from 1 to 3 hours to be completely dry, but you can walk on it right after cleaning, if necessary. We do offer alternative method if dry time is an issue.

 

Q: Why is hot water steam extraction the method most carpet makers recommend?

 

A: In order to get anything truly clean, you need to use water to flush out the cleaning agents and dirt. Hot water extraction is the method that uses a flushing process to remove dirt. (Imagine washing your clothes and not rinsing them. That's what happens to carpet cleaned without the hot water extraction method.)Pro Service LLC uses a two-step cleaning process: a pre-cleaning spray deoderizer included to loosen soil and a combination hot water fiber rinse and a powerful vacuum to extract and remove both the cleaning solution and the dirt.

 

Q: I've heard water can ruin carpets. Is that true?

 

A: No. What harms carpet is poor quality machinery that doesn't remove enough of the water to allow the carpet to go through the drying process properly.

 

Q: Does Carpet Protector really work?

 

A: Absolutely. Carpet protector is an outstanding product that Carpet and Upholstery Care professionals recommend highly. In fact, most new carpet has protector on it - applied by the carpet manufacturer. However, protector wears off because of foot traffic on the carpet, frequent vacuuming, etc.

 

Q: Why is vacuuming important?

 

A: The most important thing you can do to keep your carpet looking great is to vacuum it thoroughly and frequently, particularly in high-traffic areas. Vacuuming helps remove dirt particles which dull the carpet's appearance and damage the carpet fibers. Also, use walk-off mats at entrances to minimize dirt particles being tracked onto the carpet and to reduce soil accumulation.

 

Q: I know regular vacuuming is important. What type of vacuum should I use?

 

A: A good vacuum cleaner is extremely important in prolonging the life of your carpet. Almost any vacuum cleaner can remove surface dirt, but only a quality machine can effectively remove the soil that's embedded in the pile. We recommend using a vacuum cleaner with a rotating brush or beater/brush combination that agitates the carpet pile to loosen embedded soil. (Note that some thick loop pile carpets can become fuzzy when cleaned with a rotating brush-style vacuum cleaner.

 

Q: How can I maintain my new carpet warranty?

 

A: There are three key things to do to maintain your new carpet warranty:

 

1. Vacuum frequently

 

2. Clean spills promptly

 

3. Have periodic professional carpet cleanings

 

Q: Why is professional cleaning important?

 

A: When vacuuming no longer removes all of the soil, or you have not been able to remove spots following the recommended carpet care and cleaning procedures, it's time to have your carpet cleaned by a trained and qualified professional cleaner. For this reason, we recommend, and most carpet manufacturers' warranties require, periodic professional cleaning.

 

Q: I've heard it's best to put off having your carpet cleaned as long as possible, is this true?

 

A: No. In fact, many of the major carpet mills today recommend professional cleaning at least once per year. The build up of soil in your carpet in combination with foot traffic creates abrasion that breaks down your carpets' fibers. The higher the traffic in a given area, the more often the carpet will need cleaning.