Carpet Cleaning

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Regular carpet cleaning prevents soil build up, matting and excessive wear, leaving a better looking, longer lasting carpet. And with ServiceMaster Professional Building Maintenance (PBM) providing your commercial cleaning services, there’s no need to hire a separate carpet cleaner. We can add periodic carpet cleaning to your overall cleaning services schedule. And we offer all this at an affordable price.

To maintain the appearance and longevity of carpet, professional carpet cleaning is recommended every 6 to 12 months. Spot removal between cleanings keeps carpets looking fit for business. Traffic patterns, carpet fiber, and carpet care history affect the look of carpet. At ServiceMaster Professional Building Maintenance (PBM), we have cleaned hundreds of carpets of all types in our over 25 years in business and are equipped to analyze and prescribe the best solutions to your carpet’s needs.

Carpet cleaning and care is not a one-size-fits all solution, so please don’t assume that one particular method is the best and only method. We will inspect your carpet carefully and discuss our recommendations to you for the carpet in your facility based on the best science and practices of carpet care. For businesses going green, our Green For™ carpet cleaner cleans and maintains carpets for sustainable buildings.

Regular carpet cleaning has several advantages:

  • Maintains your carpet’s color and texture
  • Promotes a consistent appearance
  • Reduces carpet wear and tear, especially in high traffic areas
  • Extends the life of your carpet

Get the most out of your carpet. Contact us today to arrange for carpet cleaning, either as a stand-alone service, or as an add-on to your existing commercial cleaning services plan. With 24/7 availability, we take calls day or night, responding to customer needs in Harford County, Baltimore County and Baltimore City.


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