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What is Truckmounted Carpet Cleaning?

Mario Cowley
 


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One way, if not the best way to get your carpets truly clean would be through Truckmounted steam cleaning. After you've chosen to get your carpets cleaned by this method, now you only have to find somebody that can do it correctly! Truck mounted carpet steam cleaning is the only recommended method for cleaning your carpets, so that you don't void your carpet warranty.

So, what does truckmounted mean? In the world of carpet cleaners, to be “truck mounted" simply means that a cleaning machine used to clean carpets is mounted on or in a vehicle, usually inside of a van. This machine is usually a standalone unit. It is very powerful and does not require anything more than just a water connection from a prospective clients residence or business. These machines were made to provide a simultaneous combination of hot water / steam injection and powerful vacuum extraction, in order to get your carpets clean and dry.

If your carpet cleaner's truckmounted equipment requires an electrical connection in order to operate, their “machine" is not a truckmount. There are other types of carpet cleaning units called “portable machines", but they are nowhere near as powerful as their gasoline powered counterparts. Besides, they use up way too much of your electricity, making for a big bill! But then again, you need a good extreme portable unit to get that 18th story high rise condo unit cleaned!

Gas powered units provide powerful vacuum suction for water extraction and use a “heat exchanger" to heat the water, bringing it's temperature up to 210 degrees Fahrenheit. Some truckmount owners also have additional equipment in order to get the water even hotter than that!

All in all, truck mount carpet cleaning is the best way to get your carpets cleaned, thoroughly flushed and rinsed and depending on how much power your carpet cleaner's machine has, it will even leave your carpet relatively dry without the aid of any additional equipment. But still, quality carpet cleaning is a step-by-step process.

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