Green carpet cleaning refers to our pledge to use ONLY Green Seal Certified and USDA bio based certified products, as well as water-saving techniques.
We are going to venture to guess that you didn’t arrive on this page because you have green-colored carpet that needs cleaning. That’s good because although we could happily clean your green carpets here at Green Steps Carpet Care, in this case, green carpet cleaning refers to our pledge to use ONLY Green Seal Certified and USDA bio based certified products when cleaning carpeting in the Southport, North Carolina area.
It also refers to our VLM (very low moisture) and dry (waterless) carpet cleaning methods that conserve one of our planet’s most precious resources: water! According to an industry estimate, there are about 200 billion square feet of carpet in the United States. Cleaning all of this carpet just once with the methods we use would save over 9.7 billion gallons of water. That is enough water to:
- Fill 195 million standard bathtubs
- Flush a 1.6-gallon toilet more than 6 billion times
- Sustain over 53 million people for one year or over 670,000 for their lifetimes
The typical carpet steaming process uses more than 6.5 gallons of water per 500 square feet of carpet and leaves almost 2 gallons in the carpet. Our VLM method uses only 2.5 gallons for an entire 3-bedroom home with living room with next to no water left behind. Our dry carpet cleaning uses only one teaspoon per square foot.
We feel that it is important to take care of our planet in as many ways as possible. In addition to saving water, we believe we are doing our part by using only sustainable cleaning products that meet green chemistry standards. If you would like to know more about our green carpet cleaning services for your home or business, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
At Green Steps Carpet Care, we offer green carpet cleaning services in Wilmington, Southport, Sunset Beach, Ocean Isle Beach, Carolina Beach, Holly Ridge, Leland, Hampstead, Sneads Ferry, Topsail Beach, Surf City, Figure Eight Island, Maple Hill, Supply, Shallotte, Calabash, Rocky Point, and Burgaw, North Carolina.