Cleaner Carpets for a Healthier Home

There’s something wonderful about coming home to a clean house. A thorough cleaning not only makes your home look and feel beautiful, but it eliminates the allergens, mould, and the harmful bacteria and viruses that can cause illness. The end result is a healthier living environment for everyone.
But a clean home begins with clean carpets. Even with regular vaccuming, carpet fibres collect dirt, dust, dust mites (microscopic bugs) and other allergens, but also bacteria and viruses. As you walk across the carpet each day, all of these things can become airborne and put your health at risk.
Fortunately, regular carpet cleaning by Dust Queen removes these health hazards, while extending the life of your carpet and restoring it to its original beauty. That’s why we recommend that home owners have their carpets cleaned at least once a year.

How it Works

Dust Queen’s skilled technicians begin by vacuuming thoroughly to remove dust, dirt, and hair. After this, carpet is cleaned using a hot-water extraction method and odourless cleaning products that are safe for people, animals, and the environment. This method ensures a deep clean with no residues left behind.

While some companies use truck-mounted systems to clean, we use self-contained, portable cleaning units. This allows us to move our equipment easily and discretely as we clean your carpets, emphasizing the high-traffic areas where carpet can become stained and worn.

When we’re finished, your carpets will appear plush and clean — but it’s what you can’t see that matters most. By ridding carpets of allergens and other hazards, your home becomes a healthier environment for you, your family and your pets..

One-stop Cleaning

Let Dust Queen clean your home from the bottom up. We offer full-service residential cleaning in Edmonton and surrounding area, with service packages customized to our clients’ specific needs. In every room of your house, our highly trained technicians will remove the allergens and germs — and add sparkle — from floor to ceiling.

After all, what would you rather do?