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What To Do Before We Arrive In Indianapolis To Your Home or Business
Getting ready for carpet cleaning? It’s not difficult, and these tips can save you any extra work. Most of the time it’s entirely less than what the customer believes they have to do. We understand that you want to get the best carpet cleaning you can. This is why you go to the extra mile and could overdo it when you’re preparing for carpet cleaning. When Gallery Carpet Care arrives at your door, there are numerous times when so much has been prepped. Was it all necessary? It’s terrible to tell customers they didn’t need to move this or that. So instead, we have prepared some information. We want you to have a great experience with little to no inconvenience. To achieve this objective, we welcome your assistance in doing a little prep work before your carpet cleaning job.
Vacuuming if Necessary
Removing as much dirt and debris from your carpet before a cleaning job can help guarantee your carpet cleaner gets to the deep-down, ground-in dirt. Some Indianapolis carpet cleaning services vacuum the carpet before beginning their work. Others depend on you, the homeowner, to do it. Ask about it when scheduling your job.
Clean and Dust Baseboards
Even though not cleaning or dusting your baseboards prior to the carpet cleaner's arrival won't stop their work, you should still perform these tasks. Clearing these areas of debris and dirt can help guarantee the carpet doesn't get dirty fast after a cleaning project.
Remove Valuable and Fragile Items
Fina china, collectibles, porcelain knick-knacks and any other breakable or fragile items have to be removed from the cleaning area and put in a safe place. While many Indianapolis carpet cleaning companies thoroughly screen and vet their carpet cleaners, it's always a good idea to move any personal valuables from rooms that are scheduled to be cleaned. Lock up your valuables or put them in the trunk of your vehicle.
Move Furniture, If Needed
Your carpet cleaner may give a discount for focusing on high foot traffic areas or cleaning an empty room. On the other hand, you may want to make sure every inch of your carpeting is spotless. Some companies want a fee for moving furniture. Others don’t move your furniture at all. Like with the vacuuming, ask about moving furniture when scheduling an appointment.
Get Smaller Items from the Floor
Toys, clothing, shoes, wastebaskets, and floor lamps have to be moved out of the area that is to be cleaned. Also, it’s a good idea to lift comforters, dust ruffles, curtains, drapes, and bedspreads to prevent them from getting in the way of the carpet cleaning.
Free Up Parking Space
If your carpet cleaner has truck-mounted equipment, he has to park his vehicle as close as possible to an entry door to run the hoses for his cleaning machinery. Make sure your family's cars aren't blocking his access to the truck and your home.