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Carpet Cleaning Tampa: Family Owned and Operated

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Carpet Cleaning in Tampa, Florida only $35 per room (2 room Min.)

Price includes multi-step Deep Clean process from Local Expert

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National Cleaning Specialist in Tampa Florida has been providing phenomenal carpet cleaning, and tile and grout cleaning services for Tampa’s most distinguished residents and prestigious companies in Tampa, Florida  since 1991. We are a family owned and operated which means that you will receive expert, quality cleaning only an owner can deliver.

Our deep cleaning process is designed for Maximum Soil removal and Maximum Stain removal which will provide you with the deepest clean possible. We use all certified Green Cleaning solutions which will deliver the safest clean possible for your family and pets. Most Carpets dry in 1-3 hours allowing your family to get right back on the floor without any inconvenience.

National Cleaning Specialist of Tampa Bay offers a 13 step deep cleaning process for your Carpets only $35.00 per room.

Tile and Grout Cleaning in Tampa Bay for only $29.95 per area up to 100 Sq. Ft. 2 room minimum applies.

For Same Day Service please call 813-907-9092 or visit us online at www.NationalClean.com

Carpet Cleaning: How to Select a Professional Carpet Cleaning Firm

Sunday, December 6th, 2009

Carpet Cleaning: How to Select a Professional Carpet Cleaning Firm

If your carpet still looks dirty and dingy after vacuuming then it may be time to have your carpets professionally deep cleaned. Hiring a cleaning firm can be difficult and costly if you don’t know what questions to ask.

When it’s time to hire a carpet cleaning company, asking these questions will help you choose a professional, experienced and reputable company.

  1. How long has your company been in business? This speaks volumes about a company’s experience and reputation.
  2. How long has the technician you plan on sending to my house been with the company? This will also tell you about the experience of the technician
  3. What kind of training or certifications do you provide your cleaning crews before they are allowed to enter customer’s homes? Most reputable companies will require their technicians to obtain certifications.
  4. Do you vacuum the carpet before you clean? Most soil in carpet is insoluble which means water or solvents can’t break them down. The best way to remove this type of soiling is by dry vacuuming
  5. Do you Pre- spray the carpet before you clean? This helps break down the high traffic areas and spots before they clean the carpets.
  6. Does your cleaning process include spotting for any stubborn stains? If this is not included they may charge additional fees for this service.
  7. How long will it take my carpets to dry? This is important because most professional cleaning should only take 6- 8 hours to dry.

By asking these important questions you will be able to tell what kind of experience and reputation the company has and what type of cleaning you can expect. If the company employs these steps in the cleaning process you can expect to have a very clean carpet without any surprises.

For more information please visit us at www.NationalClean.com or call 813-907-9092

Carpet Cleaning: What’s the Difference

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

Compare National Cleaning Specialist with other cleaning companies. Instead of the traditional ‘soak and suck’ method of steam cleaning (where the machine soaks the carpets and pads with water, then tries to suck back out as much as it can), National uses a process called Low Moisture Extraction (LME), which uses the power of Oxygenated Green Cleaning Solutions  with hot water to release dirt from the fibers and lift it to the surface where it is whisked away by The Low Moisture Cleaning unit. Most Carpet Dry in 1 -2 hours


Steam Cleaners National Cleaning Specialist
Cleaning Method Steam Cleaning with hot water, chemical solutions and suction. Low Moisture Extraction - the benefits of hot water and powerful extraction, but uses less water than steam cleaning. 
Cleaning Results When done properly, steam cleaning can provide a deep clean. Be cautious of the excessive amounts of water used, which can get left behind – leaving a breeding ground for mold and bacteria. National Clean system, provides a deep down clean, extracting dirt from the carpet fibers without overloading the carpet with water.
Residues Most steam cleaners leave behind dirt-attracting residues. Carpets resoil quickly after cleaning National’s EcoClean® leaves behind no dirt-attracting residues so carpets stay cleaner, longer.
Wicking Because steam cleaners leave so much water in the carpeting, as it dries, the water wicks dirt to the surface. Carpets look dirtier faster. National Clean uses less water and high-power extraction to virtually eliminate wicking
Dry Times Carpets may take as long as 2 days to dry. Carpets cleaned with National proprietary system dry in 1-2 hours so you can get back to your daily routines.
Green Many carpet cleaning companies use harsh chemicals that may be harmful to Mother Earth. Only National uses The EcoClean cleaning solution for a deep, effective clean that’s also green. Many National’s cleaning products are green certified. 
Customer Satisfaction Not all carpet cleaning companies are alike. With experiences ranging across the board, select a trusted brand name. 100% unconditional Money Back Guarantee. Its not Clean until you say its Clean.

Clean any 3 areas only $105
Clean any 4 areas only $140
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Carpet Cleaning Tampa Bay: Proper Fiber Indentification

Thursday, June 18th, 2009

When choosing a professional carpet cleaning company, it is important that the cleaning technician identifies the carpet construction prior to cleaning. The reason for this is that there are many different cleaning solutions to choose from.

Choosing the cleaning solution that works best for that particular fiber construction will give the cleaner and home owner better results. When its time to choose a carpet cleaner make sure that the technicians coming in to your home have the technical knowledge on fiber identification.

National Cleaning Specialists has over 30 years of experience in cleaning Carpets, Rugs, Fine Fabrics and Floors. All of our technicians are certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification which means that we will provide you with the experience you need to get the cleanest floors possible.

Clean any 3 rooms of carpeting for only $105.00.

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Carpet Cleaning: Fundamentals of Cleaning Carpets

Sunday, June 14th, 2009

Cleaning carpets in the Tampa Bay area should consist of 4 fundamental processes to achieve the cleanest results

At National Cleaning Specialists we first identify the carpet construction to determine what type of cleaning agents will provide the safest and most effective results. Once this is done, we then pre inspect the carpet areas being cleaned to determine the amount of soiling, stains, and any installation problems prior to cleaning. Choosing the proper stain removal process is key to having success with removing stains.

There are four steps that should be done if you want clean carpets.

1. Dry soil removal: This process is accomplished with using a high powered vacuum and brush system. By doing this first, it will remove more sand and dirt from your carpets. Most non professional carpet cleaners do not vacuum the carpet prior to cleaning. Most experts would agree that the 85% of soil found in carpets is dry soil. This type of soiling is insoluble, which means it can not be broken down with use of water base cleaning agents or solvents. The most effective way is to vacuum the carpets prior to cleaning.
2. Soil Suspension: An example of this is the wash cycle in your washing machine. This is accomplished by using an alkaline pre conditioner to treat the areas prior to cleaning. This helps in suspending the oily residues for removal. ?
3. Ph balancing rinse: With the use of special cleaning agents, this process removes the suspended soils from the carpet and also neutralizes the previous cleaning agents. The carpet is free of any residue and left clean and soft
4. Spotting: If any spots remain professional spotting agents should be used. Some difficult stains such as ink, mustard, and coffee will most likely need specialty spotters to remove.

There are other steps involved in cleaning carpets but these mentioned are the bare minimum in order to achieve Clean Carpets.

National Clean uses a unique 13 Step Cleaning process to achieve Maximum Soil Removal and Maximum Stain Removal.

Clean any 3 areas for only $105.00

Clean any 5 areas for only $175.00

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