Get the dirt


Unlike some janitorial services that see carpet cleaning as an add-on for revenue purposes, Nu-Life Carpet Care is a dedicated fibre cleaning company, surpassing industry standards. Our expert staff will bring new life to your carpets, whether you need:


Recovered Commercial Dirt
Residential-Before-AfterCleaning Residential Dirt

Did you know?

Commercial and residential carpeting are used differently and attract different types of dirt and soil. For the best results, they should be cleaned differently, too.

The “Dirt” on Commercial Carpeting

The “Dirt” on Residential Carpeting

While some spills and residues exist on commercial carpeting, the majority of the damage to commercial carpet fibres is caused by micro-grit – sand, soil and other dirt brought in on shoes.Using a traditional “wet” method to clean commercial carpeting is not usually best for the client: What happens when you add water to dirt? You end up with sludge, or mud. If you do not completely remove the resulting sludge, you end up with a hard mud-pack sitting at the base of the carpet. Not a good result.

That’s why Nu-Life uses a proprietary Dual Stage Process for commercial cleaning: First, the grit is extracted dry using a proprietary dry recovery system (Nu-Life Soil Recovery Report). Then, the area is cleaned a second time using a low-moisture encapsulation process to eradicate the spills and residues. Extremely effective!

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The main threats to the cleanliness of residential carpeting are spills and residues, usually from food and drink. The issue of hygiene is also important, as skin scales, bodily fluids, oils from bare feet and other organic contaminants reside in the carpet.Nu-Life uses high-heat, truck-mounted, water extraction to clean residential carpeting. The spills and residues are removed and the carpet is left in a beautifully clean and sanitary condition. Deodorizers are not necessary, except in very specific cases. (Odour causing contaminants should be removed, not sprayed.)

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