When you walk through the front entrance of your commercial carpet cleaning account, it is often easy to locate the busiest areas by following the trail of asphalt tracked in from the parking lot on matted carpet that is already heavily impacted with soil.
If you have incorporated encapsulation cleaning – a form of low-moisture cleaning – into your professional offerings and used it on your customer’s carpets, you may have asked yourself where the dirt goes.
In the early days of my carpet cleaning career, responding to a call for water damage restoration meant we would extract water from the carpet and perhaps place one or two air movers blowing under the carpet.
Some might argue that truckmounted extractors have relegated portables to the pages of ancient history. But portable extractors have come a long way since then. There are many reasons why portables still have a prominent place in the market.