Spotless Carpet Care Offers Tips For Your Carpets

By Lynette Carrington

Spotless Carpet Care Offers Tips For Your Carpets

When thinking of your carpet as an investment in your home, it’s a good idea to keep in mind what you can do to prolong the life of the carpet and help sustain its beauty. Owner of Spotless Carpet Care, Steve Cordell has cleaned carpets and upholstery throughout the valley for more than a decade and he has some great tips that you can use on the carpets in your own home to help them stay cleaner, longer.

  • Vacuum high traffic areas frequently
  • Remove shoes before entering your home
  • Clean up spills and spots immediately, before they have a chance to do permanent damage
  • Have your carpets professionally cleaned every 6-9 months.

When it is time to have your carpets or upholstery professionally cleaned, call Spotless Carpet Care for a complimentary quote. Your carpets will be cleaned thoroughly with no pesky residue left behind. Spotless Carpet Care utilizes the hot water extraction method of cleaning which provides a very thorough cleaning with no chemicals. This method is recommended by all carpet manufacturers. “It doesn’t leave any residue,” states Cordell. “The water is 230 degrees so it disinfects everything thoroughly, as well.” Truck-mounted cleaning units minimize the use of clunky machines that beat up furniture and baseboards. Only hoses come into the home to complete the task of cleaning.

If you are considering replacing your carpet, it is worth contacting Spotless Carpet Care before doing so. Cordell can come to your home or business, look at your carpet and give you a professional opinion if a good cleaning and disinfection will give your carpet a longer life and a new luster.

“I got into this so I could keep control of the quality and service. I speak with every client, I take every phone call and I’ve met almost every one of our clients. This is how I build lasting relationships,” finishes Steve Cordell. Spotless Carpet Care is based out of Chandler and operates primarily in the East Valley. Visit or call (480) 821-4176 for additional information or to make an appointment.