(The Daily Dish) A good, deep cleaning of your carpets and flooring not only makes your space sparkle and look fresh but can help extend the lifespan of your flooring. Jake Stone with Zerorez can vouch for that!

Zerorez cleans differently, their goal is to extend the life of your carpet. They don’t want it to get dirty faster. They do not use soaps, detergents and they want it to dry quickly and help your carpet last longer. Carpet and flooring are extremely expensive.

Jake shows our viewers how much dirt comes out of carpets when they’ve cleaned them and also how fibers in your carpet are being crushed down each time anyone walks on them, drags furniture across them, or has pets and kids on them.

When the carpet crunches down, everything that’s inside is going to scratch and grind on those fibers. Ultimately, when you think about when you first put the carpet in your home and it had that shiny look to it, and then when you see those high trafficked areas, it gets dull, and that traveled on look.

Jake gives a a few tips to help:

  • Vacuum Often. They say that you should vacuum as many times a week as you have adults in your home, and that includes pets. Your pet should be considered another person. If you have 3 dogs add 3 people. This is what carpet manufacturers recommend.
  • Have your carpets professionally cleaned one or two times a year. That helps to get all of the dirt that a vacuum doesn’t get out of your carpet and helps to keep them looking vibrant.
  • Finally, reapplying the protectant to the carpet after the carpet cleaning has been done.

The other thing that’s great about Zerorez is that they’re not using the soaps and the detergents “The other guys” use. They’re using their Zerorez Powered Water that allows the carpet to stay cleaner longer! Not only that, but it’s also safe for pets and kids.

Mention this ad when you schedule an appointment and only pay $33 a room PLUS you’ll get your 4th room FREE!

For more information visit Zerorez on their WebsiteFacebook, or Twitter or you can call to schedule an appointment at (801) 288-9376.

*Sponsored Content.