Carpet Repair and Treatment

One of the specialties of Spruce-It-Up is bringing your carpets up to scratch. From general cleaning or spot treatment or pet urine decontamination, to repairing damaged areas of carpet or replacing the whole thing.

Here are some before / after carpet repair photos to give an idea of the type of repair work we undertake at Spruce-It-Up:

Spruce-It-Up carpet repairs, before and after

Carpet cleaning, rug cleaning and upholstery cleaning are not a matter of choice. They are a necessity. Besides the health benefits, there is another important reason to have your carpets and furnishings deep cleaned by professionals at least once every 12-18 months (don’t take our word – check your carpet manufacturer’s maintenance recommendations): wall-to-wall carpeting, area rugs, upholstered furniture, even mattresses, will last longer if they are properly maintained. That means getting us out to your place for a half day or so and getting the job done right.

What’s in your house dust? Typically fibres (wool, cotton, paper and silk), animal dander, human skin scales, pollen, fingernail filings, food crumbs, cigarette ash, glass particles, glue, graphite, animal and human hair, insect fragments, paint chips, lint, plant parts, polymer foam particles, salt and sugar crystals, soil, fungal spores, tobacco, wood shavings and dust mites.

Dealing with spills and spotting before they stain. When accidents happen, the best defence is to be prepared and know how to properly treat spills. Our DIY spotting guide gives invaluable tips on promptly and effectively removing spots before they become stains. If you have any questions or would like us to assist you in preserving the beauty of your carpet call 604-828-5900. We frequently see clients try to remove spots on their own and end up permanently damaging their carpet. Often the carpet dye is removed, leaving a white, bleached-out spot in your otherwise beautiful carpeting. We also find that the cleaning agent can be over applied which leaves residue in the carpet to attract dirt, making the spot worse that before.

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