Let us clean your carpet using eco-friendly products.
When it comes time to have your carpets professionally cleaned, you may be wondering how eco-friendly carpet cleaning works and whether or not it gets your carpets clean. At Green Steps Carpet Care, we use only Green Seal Certified and USDA bio-based certified products, which means our carpet cleaning solutions are free of harsh chemicals. Our process also uses very low moisture and nearly dry carpet cleaning methods that conserve water. We feel that it is important to take care of our planet and by saving water and using only sustainable cleaning products that meet green chemistry standards, we are helping to do just that.
The typical carpet steaming process uses more than 6.5 gallons of water per 500 square feet of carpet and many customers have the perception that “wetter is better.” Soaking the carpet using hot water and steam may eventually destroy the fibers and padding. It also leaves detergent residue behind which attracts more dirt and stains, requiring more frequent cleaning. Our very low moisture method uses only 2.5 gallons for an entire 3-bedroom home and living room and leaves almost no water behind.
Our highly trained technicians use state-of-the-art equipment, and our company prides itself on consistently delivering top-notch service in Southport, North Carolina. Our entire team is committed to providing you with an eco-friendly carpet cleaning solution with superior results and a short drying time. More than 80% of our business comes through referrals and repeat customers, and we would like the opportunity to prove how well our process can clean your carpets. If you are interested in eco-friendly carpet cleaning, please give us a call today!
At Green Steps Carpet Care, we offer eco-friendly 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.