Is your Carpet Cleaner Certified?

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In shopping for cleaning, you may have noticed the word "certified" being used in advertising. You may have seen a logo being used to feature certification. What does this mean to you as a client? Would you be surprised to learn that most Cleaning Companies have no formal training? That they are not required to be licensed? That there is no requirement to have any certification whatsoever? Is training and certification important? After all, isn't cleaning a "menial" task that anyone can perform?
 
Working with your valuable carpets, rugs, and floors should not be taken lightly. All Clean Carpet in Reno Nevada holds certifications in Carpet Cleaning, Upholstery Cleaning, 
 
Carpet RollsActually, a carpet cleaning professional is working with one of your most valuable assets. Should it be trusted with just anyone? Unfortunately, our industry is full of "rogues" that only care about how much money they can get from you, and nothing about the life of your carpeting. They do not care about the industry in which they work. Have you ever noticed that in many states, air conditioning companies, plumbers, and pest control companies are required to be licensed? Not so for carpet cleaners. Fortunately for you, and for me, there are many fine people in the carpet cleaning industry that realize the standard must be raised. Those of us in that process help to police our own industry. In order to do this, associations and certification organizations were created. One such organization is called the IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification). This organization provides certification courses and exams for the carpet cleaning industry. By attending these courses, carpet cleaners are taught about fiber identification, carpet construction, cleaning chemistry, cleaning methods, and professionalism. Family PhotoThese valuable concepts equip them to choose the proper procedures for cleaning your carpet. The certified firm is on the cutting edge of technology and change in our industry. A certified firm knows the right way to apply cleaning procedures and chemistry. A certified firm is working together with other certified firms to raise the standard of carpet cleaning in general, therefore providing you with a higher quality product. 
A low priced carpet cleaning company simply cannot provide the most advanced, guaranteed cleaning technology at a low, low price. Something has to be cut from the picture. All Clean Carpet obviously offers all of these benefits and more without sacrifing quality. With All Clean Carpet you get Value. Once you have us clean for you at your home in Reno or Sparks Nevada you will understand, All Clean Carpet offers Quality work at a Fair Price. Call All Clean Carpet in Reno Nevada at (775) 842-2846