Did you know…       The average hot water extraction technician puts approximately 50-60 gallons or more of water into 1,000 sq/ft of carpet. The average extraction rig can only get 95% of that water out, which leaves 2-3 gallons of water in your carpets. That means an average sized house could have almost 6 gallons of water left on their floor, which could take up to 12 hours or more to dry.  Our process increases indoor air quality by reducing the risk for mold and spore travel, mildew, and chemical smells that can occur with other cleaning methods.  Our process begins with less than three gallons of water for the same 1,000 sq/ft area of carpet. And because we use so little water, the carpet can dry in 1-4 hours.