Carpet can quickly collect dirt, bacteria, allergens, and more. You might not be able to see them, but they pollute the air you breathe and affect your body without your awareness. Overtime, not only will your carpet look dingy, but your employees will feel the effects of a dirty office environment. It is important to be sure that you have your company’s carpet cleaned regularly by a professional. When you have your carpet deep cleaned, you are helping to make your office space safe for you and your employees while maintaining a professional and presentable atmosphere.

So, we know that cleaning your carpet is important and beneficial, but what does carpet cleaning entail?

At Circle A, our professional carpet cleaning services come in two different options: Carpet Extraction and Carpet Bonneting. Carpet Bonneting involves a rotary floor machine with a cleaning pad soaked in cleaning solution. Extraction uses a machine that shoots a mixture of hot water and cleaning solution onto your carpet and vacuums it up. Each option has their pros and cons. For example, bonneting is a great option for spot cleaning or to maintain the carpet’s look between carpet extraction. Additionally, it is quick and less expensive. Whereas, extraction that is incredibly effective for deep cleaning, saving labor, and using less cleaning solution all while extending the life of your carpet. (Note: It is important to know the cleaning history of your office to make an informed decision about what your company needs.) At Circle A, we want you to be informed on the benefits of each service and our cleaning process. Below is the step-by-step method for each carpet cleaning option.


Option 1: Carpet Extraction


  • Step 1: Pre-Inspection
  • Step 2: Pre-Vacuum
  • Step 3: Pre-Spot
  • Step 4: Pre-Spray
  • Step 5: Pre-Agitate
  • Step 6: Extract
  • Step 7: Neutralizer
  • Step 8: Post Spot Treatment
  • Step 9: Post Groom
  • Step 10: Speed Dry
  • Step 11: Replace Furniture
  • Step 12: Post Cleaning Inspection


Option 2: Carpet Bonneting


    • Step 1: Pre-Inspection
    • Step 2: Vacuum
    • Step 3: Pretreat
    • Step 4: Soak Bonnet Pad
    • Step 5: Buff Cleaning Area
    • Step 6: Rinse Pad
    • Step 7: Replace Furniture
    • Step 8: Post Cleaning Inspection

If you are looking for a professional carpet cleaning service and have any questions regarding our cleaning process, give us a call today.