RotoBrite Carpet Cleaning
Serving All Leon County
Today’s technology applied to today’s needs. Green cleaning and allergy sensitive options.
Clean your carpets, remove stains and odors.
- Carpet Cleaning
- Stain & Soil Removal
- Upholstery Cleaning
- Pet Hair & Odor Removal
We use only the finest cleaning equipment and materials.
Our truck mount carpet cleaning system is the Panther 25. The van is self-contained with all equipment on board.
Additional cleaning systems are counter-rotating brush (CRB) agitation and encapsulations systems. We have powerful portable extraction units for hard to reach locations such as apartments in high rise buildings.
These cleaning systems can be used together as a complete cleaning strategy, or individually. For best results, each client’s specific needs determine the cleaning strategy.
We carry numerous cleaning products to be prepared for all cleaning challenges. We are green cleaning conscious and follow processes that are healthy for our clients.
Our upholstery cleaning tools and cleaning agents are the most modern “state of the art” to clean your most delicate fabrics. Furniture pricing is typically by the Linear Foot. We also offer Carpet and Furniture Protectants.
Hot water extraction method is the preferred method for odor and stain removal. Our technicians use a specialized cleaning solution with a high pH level to neutralize odors and release stubborn stains in your carpet including pet urine, wine, coffee and other problem stains. After steam cleaning and spot treatment, we thoroughly rinse the spot for a fresh clean that you can see, feel and smell.
We Clean Carpets in Homes & Businesses
We are able to handle everything from small to large home carpet cleaning jobs to large business carpet cleaning needs. Ask about our after hours carpet cleaning services for business and companies which keeps your office open and running during the day while we clean after hours.
Pet Stains and Odors
RotoBrite is confident that we can improve, if not fully remove, pet stains from your carpet and upholstery. We guarantee our cleaning services and if we have not made an improvement in the stains, odors and cleanliness of your carpeting, upholstery and rugs, we will not charge you.
In some cases, our normal carpet cleaning process may be all that is needed. In more severe cases, the urine sometimes soaks through the carpet backing into the padding and the floor beneath the padding. In this case, the problem has become “multi-layered” and each layer needs to be addressed. Dalworth has developed a specialized method for removing difficult pet odors and stains.
We charge by square foot measurements and only for the area we clean. If furniture needs moving for the cleaning process we have special blocks and tabs to protect your carpet and furniture. We also offer Scotch Guard or Teflon protection for furniture and carpeting.
Rapid Drying Time
Humidity and soil conditions of the carpet being cleaned vary, so also will the drying time of the carpet cleaning. You will generally find that the time is approximately 2 to 4 hours to dry to the touch. Our cleaning systems are modified with special rotary extractors and special wands to speed up the carpet cleaning process. We also use powerful blowers to assist with drying times.
The Principles of Carpet Cleaning Include:
Dry Soil Removal – thorough vacuuming using an upright vacuum with brush agitation and high-efficiency double-lined collection bag, or a final filter, to remove up to 99% of particles at 1 micron.
Soil Suspension – This involves the application of properly specified, formulated and mixed preconditioning agents designed to separate soil from fibers.
There are four fundamentals involved in soil suspension:
- application of preconditioning chemicals;
- using heat or temperature to speed chemical reactions;
- agitation for proper chemical distribution,
- and providing dwell time so that chemical reactions can be completed before soil extraction is attempted. The acronym “CHAT” makes the fundamentals of soil suspension easy to remember.
Soil Extraction – Any method of cleaning must physically remove soils if it is to be successful. Soil removal takes place with absorption, wet vacuuming, rinsing, and even dry vacuuming. The most popular method for soil removal among professionals is hot water extraction.
Grooming, as necessary – Grooming has little to do with physical soil removal; however, it is needed to eliminate pile distortion and matting, to properly distribute additives, such as carpet protectors, and to create an even appearance for your inspection.
Drying – Damp carpet resoils rapidly, creates potential for slip-fall problems and ultimately, can grow bacteria with associated odor.
Recommendations from the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification:
Our motto is “Today’s Technology Applied to Today’s Needs.