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The Integrity Carpet Care Process

A clean carpet can change the aesthetic of an entire room. Dirty carpets can spoil our mood, ambiance, and even our health. If you agree with this statement, then we have a solution for you. At Integrity Carpet Care in Southern Oregon, we provide the best carpet cleaning services to keep your carpets looking like new. Our team of professional cleaners is equipped with the latest tools and eco-friendly cleaning solutions to ensure the best results. If you are looking for a reliable carpet cleaning service, then look no further than us. We will ensure that you always feel good walking on your carpets.



First, we identify the type of carpet and how soiled it is. Our experienced staff will examine the carpet to determine the type of surface and fibers present. This identification helps us to choose the right cleaning solution and equipment best suited for your job. We don't use one-size-fits-all solutions. Every job and carpet type is unique and requires specialized treatment.


Next, we start with vacuuming to remove debris. Our team uses equipment that can extract even the smallest particles of dirt and dust that have accumulated over the years. This process is incredibly important because it removes the easy-to-remove debris, making it easier for us to deep clean your carpet.


Then, we use the custom solution best suited for your job in our industrial agitator to break up stains and other smaller debris, embedded dirt, and debris that remain in your carpet's fibers. Our natural cleaning solutions are safe for pets and kids and give an entirely new look to your carpets. 


Last, we use a hot water extraction method to remove any remaining stains and debris to leave you with a beautifully cleaned carpet. This process blasts hot water into your carpet fibers, along with a mild cleaning solution. The water is then extracted from the rug, ensuring the carpet is clean and odor-free. Our hot water extraction process doesn't require any harsh chemicals or detergents that would hurt your carpets. 

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