Whether your needs are residential, government,
or commercial, Hews Carpet Care has the carpet cleaning
experience and tools to get the job done right. Our staff is
courteous, and professional.
If you have any questions about our
oriental rug cleaning services, please do not hesitate to call. We want to
prove to you that we are the most dependable Carpet Cleaning
service in the Virginia, Maryland and the Washington, D.C. areas.
Oriental Rug Cleaning
Trust Hew's Carpet Care to clean and restore your Oriental rug, Persian rug and fine area rugs.
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Commercial Carpet Cleaning
When it comes to maintaining your image and protecting your investment, no company does it better than Hew’s Carpet Care. Many businesses benefit from our services. They turn to us to keep their offices, retail and commercial space looking great. They also count on us to ensure that their investment in their carpets and upholstery goes farther. You should too!? We provide commercial carpet cleaning service to Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC areas.
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Hew's Carpet Care Operating Hours
Monday - Saturday - 9am - 5pm
Virginia & Washington, D.C.
How Often Should Carpet Cleaning Be Cleaned
By a Professional?
The IICRC* has stated in the Standard for Carpet
Cleaning that "Consumers
must not wait until carpet looks soiled before cleaning. Experts
agree that clean carpet contributes not only to the overall aesthetics
of a structure, but plays a significant role in the healthful state
of the overall environment in which people spend the majority
of their time."
The United States EPA in a letter dated January,
1989 (referenced in the IICRC Carpet Cleaning Standard*) included
information to serve as a guideline for cleaning frequencies
for carpet from a health perspective.
2-People, Non Smoking
With Young Children
With Young Children
the IICRC Carpet Cleaning Standard?
This Industry Standard was developed to define the minimum standards for
carpet care by a task force with input from DuPont, the EPA, Shaw Industries,
ASCAR, BASF Fibers, the Carpet and Fabricare Institute, the Carpet Manufacturers
Association, S.C. Johnston Wax, Monsanto, Miliken, and others for the Institute
of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC)