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Top 10 Carpet Cleaners near Aurora, CO

7. Triton Carpet Care & Restoration
Top Pro
from 20 reviews
4.8 (20)
Great Value
Great Value
  • 14 years in business
  • 25 hires on Thumbtack
  • Serves Aurora, CO
"I’m in the process of selling my home and needed the carpets cleaned terribly as they hadn’t been cleaned in several years — and it showed! Triton was not only able to find an early morning time that worked around my schedule, they were able to schedule my appointment much sooner than I anticipated. They have “business hours” and “after hours” scheduling staff who quickly respond 24/7 to any message you send them on Thumbtack. The technicians who came to my home were incredibly professional, friendly, efficient, respectful, and knowledgeable. The master technician listened to my concerns, then educated me on the different options he felt would address those issues, and never pressured me nor “up-saled” me on a single thing. I like that there were “green” options and “industrial” options to consider. My master technician double checked that he understood what I wanted and kept me informed throughout the appointment. My carpets? Look AMAZING; Triton got out all of the weird stains and stuff I never thought could be removed (glue, putty, nail polish, even some unknown substance that turned a spot of carpet into a hard rock). I was worried I’d have to replace some of my carpets but now I don’t thanks to Triton! The evening after the cleaning, a nasty odor began to build from something my son had likely spilt long ago on his bedroom carpet. I waited about 48 hours to see if it would dissipate and it didn’t so I messaged Triton late morning hoping they could help. They immediately responded and messaged with me throughout the day as they worked on finding a way to get a technician to my home ASAP. (No buyer would want a home that smelled like curdled milk!) The daytime team handed off my case to their after hours team and I was able to continue communicating well past 9pm at night to get this scheduled early the following day or the day after. They somehow were able to get someone out to my house early the next morning. I was so happy to see the same awesome master technician that had originally come to my home standing at my door! Having that continuity and consistency makes a difference because it feels like it’s important to the company to build trust and a relationship with you. Their entire service feels more personal than I’ve experienced with other service industries that come into your home, like the cable company. From their two scheduling teams to the technicians that came into my home, Triton does more than just great work, they go the extra mile in regards to customer service. I highly recommend Triton and will be a loyal customer for years to come!"


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Q & A

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

How often should carpets be steam cleaned?

Dirty carpets can be unhealthy for the people living in the home, particularly those who have allergies, so it’s important to have them cleaned regularly; simply vacuuming once or twice a week isn’t enough. Carpet cleaning should be done by a professional carpet cleaning service at least once a year to remove grime and help extend the life of your carpet. Most carpet manufacturers recommend professional steam cleaning, which penetrates deep into the carpet fibers and lifts out both dirt and the pollutants that get tracked inside. Steam cleaning also removes most of the moisture, so carpets dry quickly enough for homeowners to resume using them the same day. Between professional carpet cleanings, your carpet may need an emergency spot cleaning. Pet accidents, food or drink spills, and more can often be effectively cleaned with some water and a drop of white vinegar, although many cleaners will also make house calls for smaller spills and hard-to-clean spots like wine or grease stains.

What does carpet cleaning cost?

National average carpet cleaning prices range between $100 and $130. Carpet cleaning prices depend on how many square feet of carpet you want cleaned, how many rooms in one house or building will be cleaned, how stained your carpet is, how much the carpet cleaning company charges, your ZIP code, and the type of carpet you have. Cost per square foot can range from 20 cents to $1 or more, based on the above variables. Synthetic carpets are typically the least expensive to clean; natural fibers like wool cost more, as they require more care and attention, as well as more drying time. Excessive stains, challenging locations such as stairs, and accessibility also factor into your carpet cleaning price. Companies may charge a minimum service fee for cleaning a small carpet to cover their business expenses (paying employees, transporting the special equipment to your home). If your pet has repeatedly saturated the carpet with urine or if the fibers are extremely matted down, it may make more sense to completely replace your carpet than to continue to have it cleaned.

How do you find a good carpet cleaning company?

Regular professional carpet cleaning can both extend the life of your carpet and remove harmful pollutants from your home. Finding a good carpet cleaning company is an important aspect of home maintenance. When choosing a carpet cleaner, consider these top three questions:

  • What method of carpet cleaning do you prefer? Steam cleaning is an increasingly popular method because it’s thorough and safe, and dries quickly enough for you to return to your home the same day the carpets are cleaned.
  • Have you checked the company’s references? Most cities are home to several carpet cleaning companies, so it’s a good idea to check their reviews and references. Look for references from people in your neighborhood with homes similar to yours.
  • What’s included in the base price? What other services does the carpet cleaning company offer? Some companies will move furniture for you, while others charge a fee for it. Some include stairs in the cost of the home’s cleaning, while others charge per step.

How much does it cost to clean a carpet?

Carpet cleaning costs vary depending on the type of cleaning, such as steam cleaning, and whether there are any stains that require special treatment. The main cost factors are the square footage of the carpet and the material it’s made from. The national average carpet cleaning price ranges from $100 to $130 for a typical suburban home, but steam cleaning prices start at an average of $120. In general, professional carpet cleaning ranges from an average of 20 cents to 50 cents per square foot, depending on where you live. Many companies have a minimum fee or room requirement — such as two rooms for an average of $40 each — and will charge more to clean carpeted stairs or a second floor. Finally, the carpet fiber type, density and pile will also affect the cost of cleaning; man-made fibers are stain-resistant and easier to clean, while wool carpeting is sensitive to water and requires more care.

How much does it cost to clean an area rug?

Whether your pet had an accident, the party got too wild, or your kids can’t control their juice boxes — we all need rug cleaning from time to time. In fact, even if you don’t have a spill or spot, it’s wise to have your area rug cleaned approximately once a year to keep the rug fibers in good health. In general, rug cleaning prices depend on the square footage of the rug, what the rug is made of, whether any repairs are needed, and whether you require the pro to travel to your location or provide pickup and drop-off services. Nationally, average area rug cleaning prices range from $80 to $120.

Wool and silk area rugs typically cost more to clean than rugs made from synthetic fibers because the more delicate materials take more care and may require specialized cleaning fluids. For example, a synthetic rug may cost $1.50 per square foot to clean; a wool, cotton, or chiffon rug could be $2 per square foot; and a silk or Navajo wool rug could cost $3 per square foot. The two most common rug cleaning methods are steam and chemical cleaning. The costs for the two methods are often the same, although a steam-cleaned rug will take longer to dry due to the moisture. If your area rug needs odor removal, moth deterrent, or hand washing, there will be additional charges.

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