Offshore Carpet Cleaning

What’s the difference between regular cleaning and deep cleaning?

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Regular cleaning is what most people do on a regular basis e.g weekly vs a deep clean which is every 6 months to a year.

It’s often to maintain a level of cleanliness around the house. Regular cleaning often covers things like:

  • hovering and mopping the floors
  • cleaning bathrooms – sink, mirror, bath and toilet
  • Tidying up
  • cleaning the kitchen – wiping down work surfaces, cupboard doors, hob etc

Deep cleaning is different from regular or spring cleaning because it reaches the deep grime and dirt in your home.  These cleanings are much more effective in killing germs and allergens that may exist and cannot be vacated with a light cleaning.  Hot steam is needed to effectively get to this level of cleaning.

It covers areas which aren’t traditionally covered by a regular or spring clean for example:

Offshore Carpet Cleaning and Offshore Property Services is a one stop option to take care of all your deep cleaning needs in your home or place of business.  Deep cleaning protects your family and pets, plus at your business lets you clients know cleanliness is important to you.  Offshore offers one time cleanings or repeat visits based on your unique needs.

Call for a free estimate – 609-365-8045

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http://www.offshorecarpetcleaning.com

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Offshore Carpet Cleaning is owner operated so you can count on top not service every time.  Deep cleaning services and Janitorial services 7 days a week.  We offer emergency 24 hour service as well as : restoration, water removal, window cleaning, contractor management, storm checks, rental property oversight, furniture and upholstery cleaning, tile and grout, area rugs, business cleaning & commercial cleaning,  restaurant cleaning, fitness center, daily cleaning or weekly cleaning of your commercial property.

We are located in southern New Jersey and offer these services for all of Cape May County and Atlantic County.  Including Atlantic City, Margate, Absecon, Brigantine, Ocean City, Atlantic City, Linwood, Northfield, Egg Harbor Township, Hammonton, Vineland, Marmora, Sea Isle City, Cape May, Avalon, Wildwood, Wildwood Crest and surrounding areas. You Property Service Company at the Shore.

Are your shoes making your family sick?

We have all heard about the benefits of removing our shoes before entering our homes and perhaps some of you are ahead here because you already implement this strategy. For the rest of us, however, it seems a tedious prospect especially considering how frequently the members of our busy households are coming and going. Perhaps on occasion we even roll our eyes at the ever-vigilant friend that insists everyone remove their shoes before entering. However, if you knew that by taking off your shoes every time you enter you were reducing your home’s bacterial and toxic loadsignificantly, would you consider it?

It turns out that besides the soles of our shoes being inherently gross (because, well, they are shoes), they carry all manner of disgusting stuff. For starters, think of the places your shoes have been throughout the day. Perhaps to the doctor’s or dentist’s office? Maybe to the hospital to visit a friend? Did you use a public restroom or take your dog for a walk? Maybe just through a parking lot on the way to the grocery store? Though the areas you have been throughout the day appear clean, there are countless germs in all of these spaces, to say nothing of bird droppings, dog waste, herbicides, fertilizers, fuel and pesticides, that the soles of our shoes pick up. Researchers at the University of Arizona conducted a study and found on average 421,000 different bacteria on shoes. Specifically, coliform bacteria (from feces) was found on 96% of shoes and E coli on 27%. Some of the bacteria found in the study are responsible for urinary tract and respiratory infections and unfortunately all of these bacteria and toxins transfer to our home’s flooring surfaces. As if this isn’t bad enough, Men’s Health says that carpet already contains about 200,000 bacteria per square inch making it much dirtier than your average toilet seat.

While many of us vacuum our homes frequently, vacuums simply aren’t able to reach the bottom of the carpet where the bacteria can thrive and even feed on the human skin cells, pollen, pet dander, food and dirt from daily living. Every time the kids sit and play or anyone walks on the surface of the carpet, the bacteria (including colonies of E. coli, salmonella and staphylococcus) is disrupted and brought closer to the surface. (Maybe a good time to rethink the 5-second rule?)

What can be done about this biohazard brewing in our homes? Besides leaving those shoes at the door, get your carpets steam cleaned. The University of Arizona researchers found that steam cleaning removes the various types of bacteria described above. (If you are interested in getting those shoes clean, too, they found that washing them in detergent worked.) Men’s Health recommends hiring a company at least once per year to do a deep steam cleaning, though others recommend greater frequency especially if allergies and respiratory disorders are an issue. (It should also be noted that some carpet companies will not honor your warranty unless professional cleaners are hired every 12-18 months, so be sure to check those warranties.)

As you prepare to have those carpets steam cleaned, be sure to hire a company that does not utilize harsh soaps or carbonated chemicals, which can introduce additional toxins to your home. Environmentally savvy companies, like Offshore Carpet Cleaning, use truck-mounted steam cleaners with 100% natural detergents, providing a safe, non-toxic environment for your family and pets. And don’t limit yourself to just carpet since bacteria can flourish in hard surfaces including tile and grout.

Lastly, what to do about having friends remove their shoes when visiting your newly cleaned home? According to a variety of articles and websites, the leading suggestions are to mention in the invite that shoes aren’t worn in the home so guests can plan accordingly. A few others suggest providing slippers or socks to make guests comfortable.

Do you know the benefits of cleaning and sealing your tile and grout

For one it keeps it looking great and lasting longer….

Are you using a shampoo bottle to hide a mildewy corner of your tile shower? Don’t worry – we’ve all been there. Just like any other frequently used surface in your home, grout and tile collect a lot of dirt over time. So if you’re starting to forget what color your grout used to be, it might be time to give it a good cleaning.Cleaning grout is difficult, time-consuming work. Without a good set of knees, an old toothbrush, and several hours of back-breaking work, it is almost impossible to thoroughly clean soiled grout. If you have the elbow grease, go for it! Or, you can hire professionals to do a fast, thorough cleaning of your tile and grout for you.

Whether you choose the old toothbrush method or hire professionals, it is important to know how cleaning your tile and grout can improve the aesthetics and safety of your home. Tile can get slippery when wet, especially when water mixes with mildew from the grout. This is potentially dangerous for you, your children, and your pets. In addition to improving the traction on your tile, a thorough cleaning can completely change (and improve) the look of your entire room if your grout is in bad shape.

At Offshore Carpet Cleaning we highly recommend sealing your grout after cleaning. Our grout sealing service is a great way to prevent the grout from mildewing, and it will keep your tile looking clean and new. Here are some more tips for preventing your tile and grout from re-soiling:

  • Sweep or vacuum before you mop. This will reduce most of the wet dirt that might gather in your grout when you mop.
  • Use gentle cleaners on your grout, especially if you have it sealed. Some cleaners can erode sealants and allow moisture and dirt to get into the grout.
  • Give your tile an extra rinse after you mop. This will help get rid of a lot of loose dirt that may remain.
  • Clean frequently. Nobody wants to mop every day, but even giving your floor a quick sweep on a regular basis can help keep your tile and grout looking squeaky clean.

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Check out this spot cleaning guide to keep your carpets looking great in between professional cleanings.

Close-up Of Person’s Hand Cleaning Stain With Sponge On Carpet

TIPS TO HELP YOU CLEAN SPOTS ON YOUR CARPET

Accidents happen! You can’t call a professional cleaning for every accident or spill. Here are some great tips for treating some of those common occurrences or mishaps you need to handle on your own.

Blood

Remove excess with a blunt knife. Apply cool Detergent solution and blot. If stain remains, apply cool Ammonia solution and blot. Apply Enzyme Detergent, if necessary, and blot. Rinse and blot dry.

Chewing Gum

Remove excess with blunt knife. Apply Dry Cleaning Solvent and blot, followed by Detergent solution. Rinse and blot dry.

Chocolate

Remove excess with a blunt knife. Apply cool Detergent solution and blot. If stain remains, apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. Apply Enzyme Detergent. Rinse and blot dry.

Catsup/Tomato Sauce

Remove excess with a blunt knife. Apply cool Detergent solution and blot. Apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. If stain remains, apply Enzyme Detergent. Rinse and blot dry.

Coffee/Tea

Blot up the surplus spillage. Apply Detergent solution and blot, and follow with Vinegar solution. If stain remains, apply Enzyme Detergent, if necessary. Rinse and blot dry.

Fats

Remove with a blunt knife. Apply Dry Cleaning Solvent and blot. If stain remains, apply Detergent solution and follow with Vinegar solution. Rinse and blot dry.

Fruit Juice

Blot up the surplus spillage. Apply Detergent solution and blot. If stain remains, apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. Rinse and blot dry. If stain remains, apply Enzyme Detergent. Rinse and blot dry.

Glue

Remove excess with a blunt knife. Use Detergent solution and blot. If stain remains, apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. Rinse and blot dry.

Gravy

Remove excess with a blunt knife. Apply Detergent solution and blot. If stain remains, apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. If stain remains, apply Enzyme Detergent. Rinse and blot dry.

Grease

Remove excess with a blunt knife. Apply Dry Cleaning Solvent and blot. If stain remains, apply Detergent solution and blot. Apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. Rinse and blot dry.

Ice Cream

Remove excess with a spoon. Apply Detergent solution and blot. If stain remains, apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. Rinse and blot dry.

Lipstick

Remove excess with a blunt knife. Apply Dry Cleaning Solvent and blot. If stain remains, apply Detergent solution and blot. Apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. Rinse and blot dry.

Milk

Blot up the surplus spillage. Apply cool Detergent solution and blot. If stain remains, apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. Apply Enzyme Detergent, if necessary. Rinse and blot dry.

Nail Polish

Remove excess with a blunt knife. Cautiously blot repeatedly with nail polish remover. If stain remains, apply Dry Cleaning Solvent and blot. Apply Detergent solution. Apply Ammonia solution followed by Vinegar solution. Rinse and blot dry.

Oil

Remove excess with a blunt knife. Apply Dry Cleaning Solvent and blot. Apply Detergent solution. Rinse and blot dry.

Paint Oil-based

Remove excess with a spoon. Apply Dry Cleaning Solvent and blot. If stain remains, apply Detergent solution. Apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. Rinse and blot dry.

Paint Water-based

Remove excess with a spoon. Apply Detergent solution and blot. Apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. If stain remains, apply Dry Cleaning Solvent. Rinse and blot dry.

Shoe Polish

Remove excess with a blunt knife. Apply Dry Cleaning Solvent and blot. Apply Detergent solution. If stain remains, apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. Rinse and blot dry.

Soft Drinks

Blot up the surplus spillage. Apply cool Detergent solution and blot. If stain remains, apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. Rinse and blot dry.

Urine

Blot up as much as possible, if still wet. Apply Detergent solution and blot. If stain remains, apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. Rinse and blot dry.

Vomit

Remove excess with a spoon. Apply Enzyme Detergent and blot. Apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. Rinse and blot dry.

Wax

Remove excess with a blunt knife. Apply Dry Cleaning Solvent followed by Detergent solution. Rinse and blot dry. For persistent wax residue, and on nylon carpet only, place a white absorbent towel on the wax area. Heat an iron to “low heat” and place on the towel for 30-seconds to melt and absorb the wax. Move the towel as needed.
Caution: This procedure can damage the carpet if not done very cautiously.

Wine

Blot up the surplus spillage. Apply cool Detergent solution. If stain remains, apply Ammonia solution and follow with Vinegar solution. Rinse and blot dry.


Offshore Carpet Cleaning was founded in the South Jersey area in 2013 by Ed Reese, who continues to serve as primary owner and operator. Ed is committed to ensuring every client receives the best service and results each and every time. Offshore also offers Janitorial Cleaning services for daily weekly or monthly cleanings for businesses, offices and restaurants.

Carpet Care Basics.

Offshore Carpet Cleaning deep cleaning carpets.

Most homeowners think they’re caring for their carpets adequately if they’re hiring a professional carpet cleaner periodically and vacuuming now and again, but many don’t know that a few simple steps could help their carpets last longer.

“Whether it’s the wrong carpet spotter or forgetting to vacuum often enough, there are a number of steps homeowners can take to make their carpets last longer between pro cleanings,” says Ed Reese, owner of Offshore Carpet Cleaning, a family-run business that deep cleans carpets and flooring plus offers Janitorial Services and Commercial Cleaning in the South Jersey Area.

When Offshore Carpet Cleaning comes to clean a home’s carpets we use a fresh water system from a high-suction truck to draw out impurities, dirt, pet urine & dust from carpets. But working on a carpet that has been well maintained always helps lay the foundation and maximize the results of a good professional clean.

Here’s a look at how to keep your carpet in good shape.

Use a high-quality vacuumIf you’ve got wall-to-wall carpet in one or more rooms of your home, you need to play a role in keeping it shipshape between professional cleanings. To do that, you’ll need a high-quality vacuum with maximum suction, preferably at least 245 AW (air watts). There are several other suction measures to know when vacuum shopping, so familiarize yourself with them and look for the higher end of the spectrum when shopping.

Vacuum high-traffic areas daily

If you’ve got carpet, you’ll need to vacuum at least weekly. But for high traffic areas – front door entries, halls leading to kitchens, family rooms – you’ll need to vacuum daily to keep your carpet from marinating in future stains and damage and to maintain fibers’ pluck and firmness.

Use pads beneath area rugs

Many homeowners use accent area rugs atop wall-to-wall carpeting. But those who choose to do so should place rug pads beneath these carpets to prevent two common problems – dye transfer, and carpet-surface erosion. Unpadded area rugs can seep dye into surfaces beneath them, and their scratchy backing can act like sandpaper and erode the wall-to-wall carpet’s pile.

Rearrange furniture periodically and doctor divots

Carpet wear and tear is often directly related to furniture positioning. Sofas and chairs in permanent locations create natural foot-traffic patterns and dirt patterns (where snacks and drinks spill, where toddlers or pets romp), and the furniture legs planted on carpet surfaces can eventually damage carpets if not moved (even a few inches) periodically. If your carpet has divots, place ice cubes in a plastic baggy and rest the baggy inside the divot. The cold from the ice will force carpet fibers to swell, restoring their resiliency and the carpet’s surface.

Use a proper stain spotter

“If you use a harsh store-bought stain spotter, it will remove the carpet’s stain resistance, allowing more stains to soak into the fibers,” Reese says. The principle is similar to overwashing hair so that it’s stripped of natural oils, and thus becomes oilier more easily. Once applied and allowed to sit, stain spotter should be thoroughly removed. Offshore offers free stain-spotting solution to its clients for between-cleaning spotting, as well as tips on how to remove common carpet stains using household remedies and products.

Know when it’s time to replace carpet

If your carpet is old and damaged, there are certain signs that cleaning alone won’t restore the carpet to its old luster – and only replacement will do. If the carpet’s pile is worn down or has “bald spots,” if the carpet is heavily soiled, or if it has begun to delaminate or separate from its backing (so it’s no longer stretched tight to the floor beneath it), it’s time to replace rather than clean the carpet.

Got new carpet? Get in a cleaning routine.

If you’ve moved into a home with new carpet or are replacing old carpet with new, that’s the perfect time to get into an established cleaning routine. How often should you clean carpets? Ed says that most homeowners need professional carpet cleaning at least annually – every six months if pets, crawling babies or toddlers, or allergies or respiratory sensitivities are present. Another tip for new carpet: Make sure to use blinds or curtains so constant direct sunlight doesn’t fade or change carpet colors.

Offshore Carpet Cleaning was founded in the South Jersey area in 2013 by Ed Reese, who continues to serve as primary owner and operator. Ed is committed to ensuring every client receives the best service and results each and every time. Offshore also offers Janitorial Cleaning services for daily weekly or monthly cleanings for businesses, offices and restaurants.

Steam Cleaning is the best way to keep your carpets clean!

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Steam cleaning is the most popular and best way of cleaning carpets. If done the right way, steam cleaning can remove dust and dirt, even in the deepest parts of your carpet. Surface oils and other allergens are also removed, especially those coming from pets. As a result, carpets will look as good as new again. Offshore Carpet Cleaning recommends to residential clients, a minimum of 2 cleaning per year to keep them clean and extend the life of the carpet

Steam cleaning works by heating the water to a very high temperature until it creates steam. This is then applied directly to the carpet. During the process, dirt is extracted. Detergent may also be mixed with water to help remove stains and dirt.

One of the reasons why you need professional steam cleaner, like Offshore to come over is because they have the right tools for cleaning. The steam cleaner they use heats water up to 200 degrees Celsius. This becomes more effective in removing grease and dirt compared with average steam cleaners. Higher temperature also helps neutralize the adhesive bond in dirt and grease, making them easy to break up and remove.

This adhesive attraction in carpet fibers prevents standard vacuums from removing dirt and dust entirely. Therefore, the bond should be dissolved first so it will not stick to the carpet. The best part is that it won’t form again unlike when you use a vacuum cleaner.

Maintenance

Another reason why it is best to do professional steam cleaning is because it reduces the need to clean the carpet over and over again. With a vacuum, there is a good chance the carpet will easily get dirtier over time. Plus, regular cleaning and care of your carpets will extend the life of your carpets. This will eliminate the need to replace carpets sooner than expected and also meet warranty expectations of some manufacturers.

Safety

Cleaning the carpet is not just about improving its aesthetic appeal. It is also about safety and health concerns. When the carpet is clean, bacteria and other illness-causing substances are no longer present in it. With steam cleaning, all those nasty things hidden underneath are immediately killed. The high heat is more than enough to prevent dust mites from surviving. The same can be said for the most common forms of germs and bacteria. The carpet becomes sanitized and safe again for your kids. Just be careful if you are using chemicals since they might cause problems. Check the type of detergent and chemicals you use before steam carpet cleaning. On a more positive note, with steam cleaning, even the small particles left behind by the chemicals used will be removed unlike with vacuum cleaning.

There is no doubt about how effective steam carpet cleaning is. The only problem might be that it could be difficult to find a reliable local resource like Offshore Carpet Cleaning. In southern New Jersey, Offshore Carpet Cleaning is the only resource you want to invite into your home and rely on for keeping you family safe from bacteria and allergens. Visit the website at www.offshorecarpetcleaning.com or call 609-365-8045.

Call for a free estimate – 609-365-8045

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Offshore Carpet Cleaning is owner operated so you can count on top not service every time.  We offer emergency 24 hour service as well as : restoration, water removal, window cleaning, contractor management, storm checks, rental property oversight, furniture and upholstery cleaning, tile and grout, area rugs, business cleaning, daily cleaning or weekly cleaning of your commercial property.  We are located in southern New Jersey and offer these services for all of Cape May County and Atlantic County.  Including Atlantic City, Margate, Linwood, Absecon, Brigantine, Ocean City, Atlantic City, Linwood, Northfield, Egg Harbor Township, Hammonton, Vineland, Marmora, Sea Isle City, Cape May, Avalon, Wildwood, Wildwood Crest and surrounding areas. You Property Service Company at the Shore.

When you’re ready for a deep cleaning of your floors, furniture and more give Offshore a call!

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Regular cleaning is not the same as a deep cleaning!

Regular cleaning is what most people do on a regular basis. We all know we should clean weekly but cannot take the place of a deep cleaning. Your home truly needs a deep cleaning every 6 months to a year.

Regular cleaning often covers things like:

  • hovering and mopping the floors
  • cleaning bathrooms – sink, mirror, bath and toilet
  • Tidying up
  • cleaning the kitchen – wiping down work surfaces, cupboard doors, hob etc

Deep cleaning is different from regular or spring cleaning, but just as important, because it reaches the deep grime and dirt in your home.  These cleanings are much more effective in killing germs and allergens that may exist but cannot be vacated with a light cleaning.  Hot steam is needed to effectively get to this level of cleaning.

It covers areas which aren’t traditionally covered by a regular or spring clean for example:

Offshore Carpet Cleaning and Offshore Property Services is a one stop option to take care of all your deep cleaning needs in your home or place of business.  Deep cleaning protects your family and pets, plus at your business lets you clients know cleanliness is important to you.  Offshore offers one time cleanings or repeat visits based on your unique needs.

Call for a free estimate – 609-365-8045

Search for:

http://www.offshorecarpetcleaning.com

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Offshore Carpet Cleaning is owner operated so you can count on top not service every time.  Deep cleaning services and Janitorial services 7 days a week.  We offer emergency 24 hour service as well as : restoration, water removal, window cleaning, contractor management, storm checks, rental property oversight, furniture and upholstery cleaning, tile and grout, area rugs, business cleaning & commercial cleaning,  restaurant cleaning, fitness center, daily cleaning or weekly cleaning of your commercial property.

We are located in southern New Jersey and offer these services for all of Cape May County and Atlantic County.  Including Atlantic City, Margate, Absecon, Brigantine, Ocean CityAtlantic CityLinwoodNorthfield, Egg Harbor Township, Hammonton, Vineland, Marmora, Sea Isle City, Cape May, Avalon, Wildwood, Wildwood Crest and surrounding areas. You Property Service Company at the Shore.

How Clean Are Your Carpets?

When was the last time you had a Professional Deep Cleaning of your floors or carpets? Offshore recommends a deep cleaning 2 times annually for residential homes and 4 times annually for commercial businesses.

The time for Spring Cleaning is here!

Spring is here and for most homeowners it’s an exciting time to get your home ready. In the winter time, homeowners tend to stay inside more often but we also tend to be busier with holidays. For this reason, regular home maintenance can become time consuming. We recommend to make a list of basic home cleaning maintenance tasks and how often they should be performed and tackle things one at a time. We’ve come up with a list of basic Spring cleaning tasks which can also be performed year round and make it a little easier for you once spring cleaning season arrives!

Dishwasher

First, remove any bits of food on the bottom. Then, run a cycle with a specialty cleanser. We recommend this once per month to prevent build up.

Cabinets

Over time, build-up of grease can collect on your kitchen cabinets. We recommend cleaning cabinets once every few months.

Stainless Steel Appliances

Use a stainless steel cleaner for your stainless steel appliances. Make sure you don’t put on too much or you might leave the surface grimy. Recommended every one to two weeks.

Windows

Instead of just wiping down the inside, make sure you take to the outdoors during spring cleaning season to remove spots and smudges you don’t usually have time to tackle.H

Bedding

Bedding such as mattress toppers and pillows should be thrown into your washing machine (just reach the manufacturer’s label first!) two to three times per year. Sheets and comforters should be washed every one to two weeks.

Washing Machine

Don’t wash your clothes in a smelly machine. Instead, disinfect it with distilled white vinegar and baking soda to keep it fresh and high-functioning. Run the machine with hot water, then add the cleaning agents, and let it sit for 30 to 60 minutes. Afterwards, restart your machine, let the water drain, and wipe it dry.

Oven

If you ever start to smell something burning when you turn on your oven, it might be time to give it a deep clean. First, chip off loose pieces from your range, then spritz burnt-on food with ammonia. Sprinkle baking soda and a few drops of white vinegar on the bottom, let it bubble up, then whisk away the grime with a sponge.

Tiled Surfaces

Mix baking soda and water for a homemade cleaner: Pour 1/2 cup baking soda into 2 gallons water and mix very well. Then apply the liquid with a string mop or sponge mop. For grout, use the same baking sodaand water mixture, but for tough stains, call in the pros.

Area Rugs

Area rugs typically don’t need cleaning as often as carpeting. Have rugs professionally cleaned every couple of years, depending on traffic. Over cleaning can contribute to wear and tear. But, you should treat stains at home as needed. Stains caused by pets, coffee and red wine are the hardest to remove, and the key is to act quickly. If you can’t remove it yourself with natural products, call in a professional!

Mattress and Upholstery

Have your mattress and upholstery professionally cleaned to remove build up of allergens, dust mites and dead skin cells. We recommend once per year.

Carpet

To remove build up of allergens and to really get your home looking nice this spring, have your carpet professionally cleaned. We recommend a professional deep steam cleaning once or twice per year.

Spring maintenance is a good idea for everyone, and even more important to maintain the cleanliness of your home throughout the year. What are you waiting for? Get started, the warm weather is on its way and we want your to-do list free of time consuming tasks so that you can enjoy it!

Eco Friendly Cleaning keeps your family and your pets safe from harsh chemicals in your home!

Eco Friendly Cleaning keeps your family and your pets safe from harsh chemicals in your home!

Offshore Carpet Cleaning located in Ocean City New Jersey area offers Eco Friendly Carpet Cleaning along with exemplary service and fair pricing.  Annually or bi Annually cleaning of your floors and carpets not only extends the life of your flooring, but provides a deep cleaning that keeps your home free of dirt and germs.  Do you need pet remediation to eliminate pet and urine odors?  Offshore can be your resource.  We use deodorizing products that can tackle to toughest odors.  Emergency service is another great benefit and we are owner operated to ensure every client is completely satisfied.

Call for a free estimate – 609-365-8045

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Professional Carpet Cleaning is the only way to ensure a proper cleaning! #WeKnowClean

If you are looking for professional carpet cleaning near Ocean City and Atlantic City look no further than Offshore Carpet Cleaning.

Offshore Carpet Cleaning is southern New Jersey’s best and most professional carpet cleaning & floor cleaning service. We can clean any flooring surface. Offshore offers an array of cleaning services; carpet cleaning, hardwood cleaning, tile and grout cleaning , area rugs and specialty flooring. Daily, weekly or monthly services for both commercial and residential clients in Southern New Jersey, Atlantic County, Ocean County & Cape May County. Using a hot steam method to ensure the highest level of cleaning sanitation and sterilization. Proper cleaning not only extends the life of your carpets but also keeps any flooring surface looking great, plus healthy and free of germs and odor. We specialize in developing an appropriate professional cleaning maintenance plan for any business from restaurants to banks and more. Water remediation and pet urine odor elimination and stain removal is one of our specialties. Commercial clients are welcome for hotels, office, government offices or restaurant space. Our professional cleaning staff is trained to provide quality services for cleaning all types of flooring.

We can develop a custom maintenance plan that is right for you and your business. Just a few miles from Atlantic City Boardwalk, Atlantic City Casinos, Ocean City Boardwalk and other famous attractions like Bass Pro Shops, The Atlantic City Outlets and Lucy the Elephant.

We serve residential and commercial clients alike. We specialize in custom maintenance plans and currently service several large chain restaurants, hotels and office complexes.

24 hour emergency service

Plus: janitorial services, hardwood cleaning, area rug cleaning, upholstery and leather furniture cleaning, water extraction, restoration, window cleaning and power washing.

Call for a free estimate – 609-365-8045

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Offshore Carpet Cleaning is owner operated and offers emergency 24 hour service as well as : restoration, water removal, window cleaning, contractor management, storm checks, rental property oversight, furniture and upholstery cleaning, tile and grout, area rugs, business cleaning, daily cleaning or weekly cleaning of your commercial property.  Janitorial Services, Power Washing & Soft Wash and Property Management are also under the umbrella of services Offshore offers. We are located in southern New Jersey servicing Atlantic County, Cape May County, Ocean & Burlington Counties.

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