Step 1: Pre-Inspection
Fusion’s Technicians will do a walk through inspection with you to identify soiling conditions, carpet construction, and potential permanent stains. Potential permanent stains, as identified by the technician, may not be removed.
Step 2: Pre-vacuum
The carpet will be pre-vacuumed with a commercial vacuum to remove bonded, insoluble dry soil.
Step 3: Furniture Moving
Sofas, chairs, and tables will be carefully moved. Larger pieces, such as beds and dressers are left in place under our regular pricing structure. Furniture will be protected with disposable blocks and tabs.
Step 4: Pre-spot
Troubled spots are pre-treated for maximum removal.
Step 5: Pre-spray
All traffic areas are pre-treated with a biodegradable traffic lane treatment.
Step 6: Pre-groom
Your carpet will be pre-groomed with a carpet groomer or rotary cleaning machine (depending on soil level) to further loosen traffic area soil.
Step 7: Extract and Rinse
Once the soil has been loosened, our state-of-the-art truck-mounted hot water extraction cleaning process will thoroughly flush the carpet pile, cleaning the carpet fibers. Pressure and heat are regulated to prevent the carpet from being over-wet.
Step 8: Neutralizer
The pH is balanced on every carpet and fabric cleaned. This is one of the most important steps according to the manufacturers of carpet. It is accomplished during the extract & rinse process or a post spray will be applied.
Step 9: Post Spot Treatment
Technicians check to see if there are any troubled spots that were not removed with the cleaning. They then treat the spots with a neutral pH cleaner.
Step 10: Post Groom
The Carpet pile is set in one direction to aid the drying process.
Step 11: Speed Dry
During cleaning, high speed air movers are placed on the carpet to lessen the drying time.
Step 12: Post Cleaning Inspection
Our technician will walk through your home with you to point out the cleaning results and make sure that you are completely satisfied with the job.