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Why Upholstery Cleaning Belongs on Your Holiday Home Prep List

Is your home holiday-ready? More importantly, is your upholstery? In this article, we’ll explain why upholstery cleaning belongs on your holiday home prep list.   

With Halloween and Christmas decorations already hitting the shelves, it seems the holiday season is upon us once again. After last year’s COVID Christmas, many vaccinated families are looking forward to celebrating with their relatives and friends in person. It’s time to deep clean in preparation for merriness and parties. As a matter of fact, utilizing professional upholstery cleaning services is one of the easiest things you can do to give your home that extra freshness and sparkle for the holidays. 

Why should you clean your upholstery in preparation for the holidays? 

Clean, well-kept appearance.

When family and friends visit during the holidays, you want the house to be welcoming, cozy, and sparkling clean. Covering that soda-spill on your sofa with a blanket won’t cut it. Not to mention what Aunt Ruth will say about the scuffed leather on the barstools she gifted you two years ago! 

Clean furniture often looks just like new, and it’s one of those little details that makes a home feel inviting. You don’t have to tackle it yourself: consider hiring a professional. Using upholstery cleaning services during the holidays can take an element of stress out of prepping your home. Besides, you should clean your upholstery about once a year or so. Why not do it right before the holidays so your home is as fresh as possible for guests? Consider:

Upholstery has sensitive, delicate fibers that need to be groomed and cleaned in a specific way. Homeowners typically don’t have the experience, knowledge, equipment and proper cleaning agents to perform the work themselves.

Professional upholstery cleaning services can save you time and money. These professionals have the wherewithal to clean your upholstery without causing damage. 

If you have light-hued upholstery, all kinds of staining, dirt, and discoloration tend to stand out. 

A deep cleaning will remove any odors lingering in your upholstery, cushions, or furniture. 

Better hygiene.

Odors and allergens can accumulate in your upholstery and cushions. As basic maintenance, you can unzip the cushions, wash them with regular detergent, and vacuum the cushions. For extra-credit holiday deep cleaning, upholstery cleaning services can remove dirt, debris, mold, pet fur, dust, and food odors from furniture. It’s important to remember that: 

Known allergens that can cause moderate to severe illness can linger in cushions and upholstery. 

If your furniture is used often, it may be dirtier than you think. Placement in a high-traffic area, frequent usage, and pet ownership can increase the need for cleaning. 

Experts know how to preserve the integrity of your cushions while preventing deterioration of the fabric. 

Professional Upholstery Cleaning Services Are Worth It 

An expert deep cleaning gives your home that extra freshness while freeing you to prepare the rest of the holiday necessities. Enjoy the upcoming holiday season with the help of our cleaning services. 

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At Legacy Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning, our wide range of professional services can keep your carpets and upholstery looking and feeling as clean as the day they were installed. We are also certified in stone masonry and ceramic cleaning, color repair, odor control, and leather cleaning. 

Give us a call at (925) 261-7249 for a free estimate! You can also fill out an online contact form by clicking this link

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How to Clean a Spill Before it Stains Your Carpet

Uh oh… In what seemed like slow motion, your puppy just skipped through the living room after playing outside, and now there’s a row of muddy paw prints on what was once a pristine white carpet. If you frantically searched “carpet cleaning near me” and came across this article, you’re in the right place. 

Coffee stains, wine spills, and muddy footprints are a part of life. When a surprise spill happens, it’s best to deal with it right away before the spill has had a chance to set in and become a stain. Of course, preventative measures help too. Having guests take off their shoes when entering the house and investing in spill-proof cups are a good start. If you’re past that stage and need immediate help cleaning a spill, however, our easy-to-follow instructions can help you lift any type of spill from both rugs or carpets. 

How to Clean a Spill

Tackle the stain when it’s fresh (aka right away). Your vacuum is no match for a dried-in stain. The longer you delay in cleaning up the spill, the longer you allow it to dry into the fibers of the carpet and become permanent. Whatever you have spilled, rest assured that there are cleaning products or sometimes even homemade solutions to remove any last trace of it. 

Remove as much spillage as possible. Use paper towels to soak up any liquid that has spilled on the carpet. Throughout the process, be gentle with the carpet. Scrubbing can cause pilling or tangling of the carpet fibers. Instead, try gently blotting the carpet until the liquid has been absorbed, removing any solids with a spoon. 

Use kitchen staples to lift a normal spill. It can be tempting to use bleach or detergent, but these products are extremely harsh and can mess with the dyes and texture of your carpet. Opt for things that you probably already have in your pantry: baking soda and vinegar. First, apply a 1:1 solution of vinegar and water to the area. A touch of mild detergent or baking soda can help lift tougher spills. Let this sit for ten minutes, then blot to absorb the solution. Repeat this process until the spill is completely removed. Then, point a fan at the area to increase the speed of drying. 

For more difficult spills, use the right techniques. Sometimes a spill can require a bit more elbow grease. Oil, mud, or grease: Start with a mild or diluted detergent and water solution. Then, use vinegar as you blot to slowly lift the stain. 

Oil, mud, or grease: Start with a mild or diluted detergent and water solution. Then, use vinegar as you blot to slowly lift the stain.

Ink: Start with ammonia and water (1:1), then blot dry before using vinegar solution.

Wax or Gum: Place ice on the spill to solidify it. Then, break the hardened spill into pieces and gently work them free without damaging the rug.

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At Legacy Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning, our wide range of professional services can keep your carpets looking and feeling as clean as the day they were installed. We are also certified in upholstery and fabric cleaning, stone masonry and ceramic cleaning, color repair, odor control, and leather cleaning. 

Give us a call at (925) 261-7249 for a free estimate! You can also fill out an online contact form by clicking this link

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Frequently Asked Questions About Professional Upholstery Cleaning

Most people don’t realize they need to clean their furniture. After all, furniture tends to stay in the background of our lives. That is, until the dog hops up on the couch with muddy paws and suddenly you’re researching “upholstery cleaning” in a panic. The different materials, fabrics, and shapes of furniture pieces can complicate the cleaning process, which is why it’s safer to put your upholstery in the hands of a professional.

Read on for answers to our most frequently asked questions about professional upholstery cleaning

What is upholstery cleaning?

Upholstery is the many types of fabric that cover all of your furniture – it could be cotton, linen, polyester, leather, rayon, wool, silk, or a blend of fabrics. Upholstery cleaning is the process of cleaning the fabric that upholsters your furniture. 

How often do I need to get my upholstery cleaned? 

The answer to this question is variable for every home situation. Consider a few factors: do you have kids? Pets? Do residents of your home frequently track in dirt or grime? Do residents eat food while sitting on the sofa? 

If your upholstery is in contact with more people, pets, or things that could cause it to get dirty, it will need to be cleaned more frequently. A good rule of thumb in a traffic-heavy household is to clean the upholstery in main living areas twice a year. Others can get away with once a year to every eighteen months. 

An easy way to determine the cleanliness of your upholstery is to rub a wet cloth on the fabric for a minute. If the cloth comes away grey or dirty, it could be time for a cleaning. 

Can professional upholstery cleaning get rid of stains and odors? 

Absolutely. A technician will inspect the type of material the upholstery is made of and identify stains and sources of odor. Cushions and upholstery that are frequently used are especially prone to absorbing stains and smells, but a technician will be able to choose the correct solvents and appliances to effectively clean them. 

Why should I hire a professional to clean my upholstery? 

You can trust a professional’s expertise and experience to effectively deep clean your upholstery without risking damage. While it’s important to clean and maintain upholstery on your own, a professional can refresh the material’s color, texture, and address deep stains without causing damage to the material. 

How can I maintain my upholstery between professional cleanings? 

Giving your upholstery a little TLC on your own can help it stay fresh between professional cleanings. When you vacuum your main living spaces, make it a habit to use the upholstery attachment on your vacuum cleaner to remove the dust, dirt, and crumbs from your furniture. Maintain leather by regularly dusting it with a soft cloth. If you can, address spills as they come up so they don’t have time to settle into stains. Lastly, make sure to rotate your cushions periodically to even out the wear on either side.

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At Legacy Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning, our wide range of professional services can keep your carpets and upholstery looking and feeling as clean as the day they were installed. We are also certified in stone masonry and ceramic cleaning, color repair, odor control, and leather cleaning. 

Give us a call at (925) 261.7275 for a free estimate! You can also fill out an online contact form by clicking this link

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How Often Do You Need Carpet Cleaning Services?

There are many factors that determine how often your carpet will need a good professional cleaning. As a general recommendation, most experts recommend professional carpet cleaning services at least once every year or two, plus vacuuming at least once a week. But every household is different! Lifestyles, household residents, pets, and accidental spills can all affect how long a carpet will stay clean. 

Keeping the household carpets clean is worthwhile for many reasons, including keeping odors in check and reducing allergens like dust and dander. Plus, a clean carpet is visually appealing. Professionals can remove stubborn stains and discoloration, and basic maintenance can keep a carpet looking and feeling new. 

Check out Legacy Carpet’s personalized recommendations for carpet cleaning below! 

If you have furry friends: 

If you were one of the many to add a quarantine pet to the family this past year, you may have been surprised by how quickly the floors get dirty. Gone are the days of vacuuming once a week! With all of that extra cuteness comes extra pet dander, fur, and slobber. Pet owners are advised to seek professional carpet cleaning services every six months, along with regular vacuuming twice a week. 

If the carpet is located in a high-traffic area:

When a carpet is exposed to a lot of foot traffic – i.e. people walking across it with shoes – it gets dirty fast. More frequent vacuuming and spot cleaning will keep high-traffic carpets clean. Professional cleaning every four to eight months can prevent regular soiling from turning into a permanent stain. 

If someone in your home has allergies:

Allergens accumulate in carpet fibers. Especially in longer, shaggier rugs, those fibers are the perfect trap for dust, dirt, and dander. All those allergens spell misery for the allergy-sufferer in the family. Larger families with multiple pets may benefit from a deep cleaning every three months, in addition to regular biweekly vacuuming. 

In general, households with more residents and higher traffic will require more frequent cleaning. 

Frequently Asked Questions 

Does cleaning the carpet ruin it over time? 

The answer is no – carpet cleaning is perfectly safe as long as it is done properly. At Legacy Carpet, our professionals use high-quality equipment that is gentle and non-damaging to your carpet. When cleaning your carpet at home, avoid harsh soap detergents that lower the lifespan of your carpet. 

What is my carpet’s lifespan? 

Quality is everything when it comes to the lifespan of your carpet. A low-quality carpet will generally last five years. High-quality carpets can last as long as fifteen to twenty five years. Of course, this long lifespan hinges on regular care and cleaning.

Schedule Carpet Cleaning Services

At Legacy Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning, our wide range of professional services can keep your carpets looking and feeling as clean as the day they were installed. We are also certified in upholstery and fabric cleaning, stone masonry and ceramic cleaning, color repair, odor control, and leather cleaning. 

Give us a call at (510) 398.4766 for a free estimate! You can also fill out an online contact form by clicking this link

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How to Restore Your Granite Countertops

Granite countertops have long been a favored accent piece to add to any kitchen or bathroom. Stone is elegant and durable, but it’s an investment that needs special care to preserve its shine. Is your granite looking a little dim? Here are some tips from a professional granite cleaner. 

What Exactly is Granite?

Each slab of granite is unique because it was made by nature, rather than mass produced in a factory. In fact, granite is actually formed from molten lava, but it can also contain quartz, potassium feldspar, and various trace minerals that give it such beautiful coloring. Sometimes dolomites, breccias or gabbros are sold in its place as a more affordable option. Knowing what your countertops are made from will help when it comes to restoring them.

Granite Cleaning and Maintenance

Granite, like other natural stones, is naturally a porous material. The trouble with this is that porous materials are easier to stain. This is one of the main reasons why it’s so important to keep your granite countertops expertly cleaned, sealed, and polished. Even surfaces that are made from engineered granite with additives still require careful maintenance to keep them sparkling. Periodically hiring a professional granite cleaner is the best way to keep your stone countertops looking their best. 

Is it Time to Reseal Your Granite Countertops?

Has it been a while since your granite countertops were sealed? If so, you might be wondering if it’s time to have them touched up. One simple way to test how well your seal is working is to sprinkle a couple drops of water on the counter. Ideally, it should form little beads. If it’s able to seep into the stone, however, this is a clear sign that you need to call a professional granite cleaner who can restore your countertops in order to prevent stains from forming.

Tips on Caring for Granite

One of the most important things to remember when it comes to caring for your granite countertops is to wipe up spills right away. Having said that, avoid leaving extra water on the surface of your counters, and only use as much water as is necessary for granite cleaning. Keep in mind that acidic or alkali cleaners can damage granite surfaces, making them appear dull and flat. Instead, stick to PH neutral products and talk to an experienced granite cleaner who offers professional restoration services. 

Talk to a Professional Granite Cleaner

Is your granite looking damaged or faded? At Legacy Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning, we’re certified in a wide range of services, including carpet cleaning, upholstery and fabric cleaning, stone masonry and ceramic cleaning, rug and carpet cleaning services, color repair, odor control, and leather cleaning.

Do you have questions? Request an estimate today by giving us a call at (925) 261.7249. You can also fill out an online contact form by clicking this link

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When to Discard, Clean or Call a Professional Flood-Damaged Carpets

Water damage from floods is common in areas that experience seasonal rains and storms. Therefore, you might have experienced this if you own property in such areas. Your flooring, especially carpeted floors, are the first areas that experience water damage after flooding, for obvious reasons.

Apart from soaking the carpet, the most significant danger of water damage to flooring is water seepage below the carpets and subsequent mold growth due to moisture and damp conditions. That said, you should know when to clean, restore, or discard your carpet following water damage.

Categories of Water Damage

The extent of water damage significantly determines if your carpet can be restored, cleaned, or should be discarded. Below are categories of water damage that determine when to discard, clean, or call professionals.

1) Category 1 Water Damage

Water damage that’s classified as Category 1 can be restored. Such damage is not extensive and results from rainwater or clean water from a broken pipe, or other sources of clean water at home. Such water contains minimal contaminants, making it safe to restore the carpet. Although, carpets affected by Category 1 damage should be restored within 48 hours, and professional service can help clean, sanitize, and restore them.

If the carpet isn’t treated within 48 hours, water damage may turn into category 2. This is because delayed treatment and exposure to metals, chemicals, hair, and soap can contaminate the water

2) Category 2 Water Damage

Unlike the first classification, category 2 water damage is carpet and flooring damaged by contaminated water that can potentially cause illness if humans come into contact with it. In addition, category 2 water damage is caused by gray water, such as bathwater, toilet water, or contaminated water that contains urine but no fecal matter.

Again, carpets that are exposed can be salvaged if treated within 48 hours. However, the padding cannot be saved and should be replaced. If carpets aren’t treated within this time frame, damage proceeds to category 3, and gray water may turn into black.

3) Category 3 Water Damage

Category 3 damage is the severe form of water damage caused by black water. Black water contains harmful bacteria, pesticides, toxins, and pathogens. Sources of black water include hurricanes, toilet backflows, and sewage. Restoration is impossible for carpets and other flooring affected by category 3 water due to safety issues and requires replacement.

Why You Should Hire Water Damage Restoration Professionals

Regardless of the category of water damage, it is prudent to hire professional water damage restoration experts. Below are the benefits of working with these professionals.

Low Costs and Quick Carpet Restoration

Time is of great essence when dealing with water damage restoration. Quick restoration prevents mold growth and other health hazards from forming. While it may appear costly to hire professional services, it saves money in the long run. The faster you remove items from water, the better the chances of restoring them. Dealing with carpet damage in the early stages prevents the need for further costly repairs.

Inspection and Carpet Restoration Plan

The first thing that professional water damage restoration experts do in your property is to evaluate the extent of water damage. It is through thorough assessment that they can identify the best way to address the damage. Therefore, while you can conduct water restoration yourself, it won’t be easy to identify such important details.

Prevent Bacteria and Mold Growth

Mold and bacteria growth is the biggest threat that comes with water damage. Unfortunately, the presence of moisture and damp conditions favor their growth and increases the risk of allergies, infection, and other health conditions. Even though your home will eventually dry, moisture in the walls and under the floor favors the growth of mold.

Specialized Drying Equipment

Without a doubt, you will enjoy access to specialized equipment by working with professional restoration personnel. Just to mention, you need several tools in case of a water damage emergency. They include industrial-grade fans, dehumidifiers, vacuum cleaners, and sump pumps. Besides ensuring proper drying, specialized equipment also means fast and affordable restoration of your carpets.

Minimize Health Risks

Even category 1 flood water is contaminated and potentially harmful to your health. Therefore, don’t expose yourself to these harmful contaminants. Professional water damage restoration service providers use personal protective equipment and have insurance coverage in case their employees suffer health issues after the restoration is complete.

Bottom Line

Water disasters undoubtedly disrupt your life in many unimaginable ways. If this happens to your property, minimizing damage and restoring your life to normalcy should be your priority. While you can do this by yourself, hiring water damage cleaning and restoration professionals provides unmatched benefits.

Remember that water damage varies, and you can’t be sure of the extent of damage on your carpet until a professional inspection is done. The sooner you report the disaster, the better the chances of a successful restoration. For professional help, contact the Carpet Legacy at (925) 261.7249.

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Why You Should Have Your Hardwood Floors Professionally Cleaned

We all know that carpet cleaning services are important, but what about your hardwood floors? Don’t they need professional cleaning too? The answer is a resounding yes. After all, hardwood is one of the most expensive flooring options on the market, ranging anywhere from $5 to $15 per square foot—before installation costs. With that in mind, here are the top reasons to have your hardwood floors professionally cleaned by an expert. 

The Lifespan of Your Flooring

Just as carpet cleaning services give the lifespan of your carpets a boost, the same is true when it comes to hardwood floors. With proper care, the coating on your hardwood floors can last for years, but eventually it will need to be redone. Having your floors professionally cleaned will get more years out of them by removing the grime that you can’t get to on your own. It also ensures that they look beautiful between refinishings. 

Professional Results

While it’s true that you can clean your own hardwood floors, or skip carpet cleaning services altogether, the results just won’t compare to what a professional can do for your flooring. It’s not that you didn’t use enough elbow grease. A specialist will simply have the right experience and equipment to make your floors sparkle. Hardwood can seem easy to clean, but you’re likely to end up with streaks or caked on grime that leave your floors looking dull. 

Save Money

Hiring a professional hardwood floor cleaner will also save you money in the long run because you won’t need to recoat or refinish your floors as often. This process can be quite costly, especially if you have hardwood floors throughout much of your home. It’s also inconvenient to move all of your furniture and avoid walking on areas that are being recoated or refinished. On the other hand, floor cleaning services are much simpler as well as affordable. 

Less Risk

Hardwood floors are more fragile than they look and it’s possible to damage them with improper maintenance. For example, too much water can actually cause discoloration or swelling that cracks the finish. Remember, wood is a natural material that absorbs moisture, especially if it’s left sitting. As with professional carpet cleaning services, a specialist will know what kind of products and techniques are safe to use on your hardwood floors. Despite your best intentions, you might accidentally damage the finish on your flooring with the wrong products. This can ruin your hardwood floors and lead to expensive replacements.  

Schedule an Appointment Today

The bottom line? Hardwood floors are built to last, but they need a little TLC to keep them going. The best way to protect your investment is by hiring a professional to maintain your floors. Whether you need carpet cleaning services or safe hardwood floor cleaning, we’re here to help. Do you have questions for a pro? Contact us today to schedule an appointment with Legacy Carpet. You can also check out our testimonials online by clicking this link

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Ways to Make Your Furniture Last Longer

Our homes speak volumes about our lifestyles and cleanliness. This is why a lot of people exert some extra effort to make their home look better than average. Thanks to the creative world of interior design, we have a myriad of furniture options to choose from for every nook and cranny in our living spaces. But how to take care of your furniture after investing so much money in it? Or more simply put, how to make your furniture last longer? Aside from upholstery cleaning, these quick tips can help keep your furniture tidy. 

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Small dust particles can accumulate over time, causing your furniture to look old and faded. Of course, stains can ruin your furniture, too. So, if you hope to keep your furniture for many years to come, upholstery cleaning is the best solution. Between professional cleanings, you can also dust and vacuum your furniture to help maintain its appearance.

Use Appropriate Cleaners

Do you own bottles of all-purpose cleaners at home? Beware of using them when it comes to cleaning your furniture. They’re not fit for all types of material and fabric. For example, undiluted vinegar for wood is not recommended. It’s too harsh for the material. Leather requires certain stain removal products. And of course, not all bleaches are color-safe. They can ruin your fabrics. Overall, it’s important to use specific cleaners for specific types of furniture, which is why it’s a job best left to the professionals. If  you try to clean up a stain that won’t come out, it may actually make it harder for a specialist to remove. 

Avoid Direct Sunlight

Did you know that direct sunlight can damage your furniture? You have to be careful about this, especially for fabrics. You can place some of your furniture in more shaded areas, or hang window treatments that control the amount of sunlight that passes through your home. Just be aware that direct sunlight will eventually cause fabrics to fade. 

Paint or Refinish

Aside from professional upholstery cleaning, a new dash of paint or varnish can give your old furniture a fresh look. Refinishing is another option that can also bring back your furniture’s pristine condition.


When polishing hardware or furniture, be sure to select a polish with a mild abrasive. Stay away from polishes that have ammonia because it causes corrosion. Also, don’t forget to protect the rest of the surface area with masking tape. 

Use Slipcovers

To prevent stains, you can also invest in slipcovers. If you have kids or dogs at home, this is a helpful way to prevent stains on your furniture. Instead of worrying about messes and stains, you can simply use slipcovers as an additional safety barrier. This is also an easy way to change the look of your furniture. 

Set House Rules

Let’s just say it’s true that an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure. If you want your furniture to last longer, prevent stains as much as possible. Set house rules and talk to kids about how to take care of belongings. For example, make sure there’s no eating on the couch, or no colorful markers on the bare dining table. 

Upholstery Cleaning and Maintenance 101

If your furniture is suffering from tough stains or pet odors, upholstery cleaning is just what your home needs. Legacy Carpet Cleaning can help you out. We make sure that we provide special solutions for your unique needs. Schedule an appointment today and we’ll provide you with a free estimate at 925.967.4550!

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Your Spring Carpet Cleaning Checklist

Spring is the perfect time of year to have your carpet cleaning done. The air is sweet with new blooms, the weather is growing warmer, and the days are longer. But if you’re wondering where to start, we’ve created a checklist that you can refer to for a thorough spring cleaning. After all, spring is the perfect season to give your home a fresh start. Let’s get started!

Sweep and Mop

There’s something about the cold and dark of winter that just doesn’t motivate us to clean as much. So, if it’s been awhile since you’ve picked up a mop or broom, you’re not the only one. Maybe it’s that we’re wearing slippers and don’t notice the grime, but winter weather conditions can make a mess of your floors when it’s tracked inside.

Spring is the perfect time to sweep and mop. Don’t forget your dustpan and trash bin, and be sure to disinfect all the flooring in your home that isn’t carpeted.

Have Your Carpets Cleaned

Cleaning your carpets is tough during the winter. It’s such a rainy season that it’s harder to stay on top of the mess that accumulates in our carpets. So, by the time spring finally comes around, we’re usually overdue for a carpet cleaning appointment.

But carpet cleaning should be handled by a professional. DIY homemade cleaning solutions can make a mess of your rugs. You need to find the right carpet cleaning company to restore your carpets and get down deep into the fibers. A quick mobile search of “carpet cleaning near me” will give you a lot of options.

Related Content: What is The Best Carpet Cleaning Method Used by the Pros?

Dust and Go Over Surfaces with a Damp Cloth

Dust also tends to build up quickly during the winter. So, take some time to dust off surfaces and furniture with a damp cloth. You can also use commercial cleaners to sterilize surfaces, or wood polish formulas.

Wipe Off Dirt in Nooks and Crannies

Aside from surfaces and furniture, grime can also accumulate in window sills, and on baseboards, or ceiling fans. These areas are easy to overlook, but details like these can really make your home feel a lot cleaner.

Use Vacuum Cleaner Attachments

Before you schedule a professional carpet cleaning appointment, it doesn’t hurt to give your flooring a once-over with the vacuum cleaner. The extra attachments are also useful for cleaning areas that are hard to reach, like between furniture cushions, or around the fridge. If you’re feeling ambitious, you can even vacuum out your vehicle.

Clean Your Cleaners

And, of course, when you’re done with your spring cleaning, your tools and equipment need a break. Clean them, too. This will preserve their quality and longevity. For example, replace your vacuum’s bag, or remove pet hair that’s stuck on your broom’s bristles. You’ll be glad you did next time your home needs to be spruced up.

Related Content: 8 Must-Have Carpet Cleaning Tools and Devices for Professionals

Schedule an Appointment

We hope you found this spring cleaning checklist helpful! Spring cleaning may not be everyone’s idea of fun, but it’s a good way to usher in the season. From carpet cleaning to dusting and organizing, once it’s complete, you’ll feel amazing about what you’ve accomplished. For your carpet cleaning needs, Legacy Carpet is here to help! Reach out to our team at (925) 261.7275.

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Why Have Your Furniture Cleaned?

You can’t call it “home” without furniture. Furniture makes your house look cozier, serves a wide array of functional purposes for your day-to-day life, and creates a comfortable environment. As an integral part of your home, it’s essential to keep it clean and sanitized. 

You probably don’t think about it, but your furniture can accumulate dust, dirt, and pet hair, along with anything else that’s tracked into your living space. This is especially true if you have children. Furniture can also have unpleasant smells, stains, or even mold (in rainy climates) if it’s not properly maintained. Of course, it’s typical for homeowners to do some general cleaning in their free time. But if you’d like to ease up on the hard stuff, hire an upholstery cleaning company. Here are the perks of having your furniture cleaned by a professional.

Increase the Lifespan of Your Furniture

The daily accumulation of dust and grime can wear out your furniture, making it look much older than it actually is. But with regular cleaning, your furniture will last longer. Instead of opting for expensive repairs or replacements, you’ll be able to enjoy your furniture for years to come.

Keep it Fresh

Clean furniture will keep your home looking fresh. Beyond the basics, your home’s decor becomes an extension of your personality and style. But if you don’t deep clean your home regularly, dirty furniture can have the exact opposite effect, making your living space look shabby. You surely don’t want your guests to sit on a stained couch, not to mention one that smells like pet odors.

Protect Your Health

Soiled furniture is more than unsightly to your living space. It can also cause health problems in the long run. For instance, dust and dirt could cause you or your loved ones to suffer from respiratory allergies. If mold and grime start to form on your carpet and inside furniture cushions, the health risks could be worse. Cleaning your furniture on a regular basis is a good way to ensure your home is hygienic and healthy for yourself and your loved ones.  

Avoid Bad Smells

Dust, mold, pet odors, and grime can eventually lead to unpleasant smells.  If you live in an environment every day, you may not notice such odors as they develop. This is also the case in households with smokers. 

Unfortunately, masking smells with chemical air fresheners won’t do much if you don’t get rid of the source of the problem, but a professional upholstery cleaning service can fix this issue and deodorize your home in no time.

Related Content: 9 Questions to Ask When Looking for the Best Upholstery Cleaner

Get Rid of Stubborn Stains

Once stains begin to appear, they can penetrate deep into the fabric and become more difficult to remove. Trying to take care of stains on your own can actually make them worse. Instead, hire a professional upholstery cleaning company to remove any spills or stains to ensure that your furniture is deep-down clean. 

Related Content: The Hardest Stains to Remove From Carpets

Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning

Spilled some coffee on your sofa or carpet? Are dusty curtains making you sneeze? It’s time to seek a professional upholstery cleaning service. At Legacy Carpet, we can handle your home’s deep cleaning needs. We specialize in a wide variety of fabrics and ensure that they’re sanitized after a thorough cleaning. Call us today to get started.

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