Carpet Cleaning and Pest Control?

They can be harmful, spread disease, cause allergies and needless stress when pests get in your carpets and upholstery. A regular, professional cleaning can serve as a preventive measure against pests, in addition to keeping your carpets and furniture at a high hygiene level. In situations where an infestation has already occurred, the most successful method for their removal is to hire a carpet cleaning service or to contact a pest control company.

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Our technicians provide New Jersey, Hamilton Township nearby areas with a carpet cleaning facility, with pest control.

Damage to carpet or rug fibres is a common sign of a pest problem. You may have found a small bare patch of carpet recently, or have discovered moth larvae and eggs. Many symptoms, such as bites, rashes and scratching, also refer to fleas and bedbugs.

Why get your carpets and upholstery professionally cleaned?

Cleaning ideas and how-to guides for carpet cleaning clutter up the site. Without the requisite expertise or supplies, however, your efforts probably won’t remove the infestation. Using the wrong sort of detergent or a haphazard mix prepared by the tale of an old woman can also cause permanent harm to your carpets and tapestry.

Hot water extraction (HWE) is much more effective than a domestic vacuum when it comes to pest control. Where only smaller, insect pests can be picked up by a vacuum, HWE can produce steam at a temperature high enough to consume their eggs. This procedure uses minimal detergent and is suitable for use in pet and child environments.

Please visit our blog post on professional carpet cleaners for more information about the benefits of hiring a carpet cleaning service.

Types of Carpet Pests
All of these are known as clothing pests, too. Many residual and aerosol insecticides that are sold for home use are rarely successful or suitable for use on infested items.


• Fleas
It is a rising problem for livestock households. The high temperature and pressure of HWE that can reach the base of the carpet fibers is necessary to kill the fleas, their eggs and larvae.


• Moths and Carpet Beetles
Although moths and beetles eat no fabric, their larvae do. Adult beetles often lay their eggs under furniture or baseboards, in air ducts, closets. The larvae keep to quiet, undisturbed areas after hatching, and feed on organic material. Soil, litter and pet urine give these types of pests the ideal breeding ground.

• Bedbugs
There’s a lot of ways bedbugs can get into a home. Bringing indoor second hand furniture without first scrutinizing it carefully is a growing mode of entry. These are notoriously difficult to kill yourself as they can be immune to some insecticides.

Please remember that in households with infestations looking to book a CarpetRestorationPlus appointment, you would possibly need two visits to reduce the chance of re-infestation.

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Email us at carpetrestorationplusnj@gmail.com
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