Area Rug Cleaning
Toronto Steam n’ Clean has been the top choice for Area Rug Cleaning in the Greater Toronto Area for over 20 years. All of our rugs are cleaned off-site in a rug cleaning facility where your rugs go through a custom cleaning process that is specific to the composition of your rug. We offer free pick up and delivery, with a turnaround of 7-10 days on average.
Area Rug Repairs
If you have area rugs that are in need of a repair we have the experts to handle nearly any type of damage. Simply arrange a free pick up and we’ll assess the rug at our facility and provide you a quote for the repairs.
Our rug repair services include:
- Fringe Repair and Replacement
- Backing Repair and Replacement
- Rips and Tears
- Colour Bleeding
- Serging and Support Binding
Our 5 Step Process
Tell us about your rug type. If you don’t know don’t worry we will always assess it at the facility.
Tell us the approximate size. If you don’t know don’t worry we will always assess it at the facility.
Arrange a free pick up.
Let us clean and/or repair the rug.
Arrange a free delivery.
If you are not fully satisfied with your service, neither are we! It’s rare we have an unsatisfied customer but if you aren’t happy with our Toronto Carpet Cleaning Service, simply let us know within 24 hours of a service and we will happily return and re-clean the area free of charge.
Free With Every Service
Our technicians will assess the carpeted area and/or upholstered material to determine the best method to employ.
Our technicians will use a pH-balanced formula to loosen up the fibers in preparation for extraction.
Spot and Stain Treatment
Our technicians will use a concentrated solution to tackle the more stubborn and spotty areas. While we cannot guarantee removal of stains, we will try our best to remove or reduce the spots we come across.
Hot Water Extraction (Steam Cleaning)
Our technicians will use hot water, pressure, and steam to penetrate deep within your fibers to extract dirt, and harmful allergens. The most recommended method by carpet and upholstery manufacturers.
Optional Paid Add-ons
Sanitizer and Deodorizer
Can’t get rid of odour caused by spills? Have allergies or Asthma? Consider this add on to leave the area sanitized and smelling fresh.
Also known as Scotch Guarding, this service adds a protective layer to your carpeted and upholstered material. This layer will repel water based spills and allow you more time to tend to the area before seeping through to the material.
Pet Odor Removal
Do you have carpeted areas or upholstery that is being dirtied by your most trusted roommates? Don’t worry! This treatment will help remove pet dander, allergens, and odours as a result of your furry friends.
Custom Stain Removal
Some stains are difficult to remove and may require additional treatments or techniques not covered by our standard spot and stain treatment.
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Specialty Rug Cleaning and Repair
Over the years we have seen virtually every type of area rug varying in size, value, and composition. We clean and repair all types of rugs, including:
- Oriental Rugs
- Persian Rugs
- Wool Rugs
- Silk Rugs
- Sheepskin Rugs
- Synthetic Rugs
Custom Stain Removal
While we include spot and stain treatment with all of our services, there are certain stains that require a separate treatment altogether. The stains can be rust, wine, pet urine/feces, dyes, among others and require different processes to reduce their appearance or remove them. Our technicians will assess these problem areas for you and recommend the best course of action.
Stain Shield Protection
Most upholstered furniture come with a manufacturer-applied coating that resists staining but over time this coating fades due to foot traffic, harmful UV lighting, and normal use. Manufacturers recommend re-applying the Stain Shield or Scotch Guard after every professional cleaning to prolong the life of your upholstery. This protection will help your furniture resist dirt and other dry particles while repelling liquid based spills, allowing you to get to them before the penetrate to the actual furniture fibers.