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Why it's Important to use a Rug Professional

When it comes to rugs, it doesn’t matter if you shipped it home from a street market in China, inherited it from your beloved grandfather who gave it to you, or just found it from a local rug merchant and had to take it home.

Every rug tells a story about the people who made it, own it and live with it every day.

Different patterns, textures, shapes, sizes and colors compliment the furniture and floors throughout a home while expressing the individual personalities and tastes of each rug’s design-savvy curator.

Whether it's value is sentimental or monetary, when you truly treasure a rug, you turn it into the focal point of your favorite room.

Over time, everything from sunlight to wine can distract from a rug’s original appeal, but it’s almost never impossible to return it to its former glory.

Regular maintenance and firm house rules, such as never walking on a rug with shoes or drinking near it, can go a long way in extending the life of an area rug or carpet.

Professional rug cleaning services are also a good option for people with valuable rugs or sensitivities to allergens and germs.

Handmade rugs are meant to last a lifetime. Just a little bit of maintenance can help them stay looking gorgeous.

And if they do get damaged or a bit dirty, the best thing to do is to take it to a rug professional that knows what to do with it.

They have the years of a experience and knowledge of working with rugs that can greatly impact the life of your rug.

Most knowledgeable rug experts offer free price quotes, so it never hurts to get your rug looked at.

We at San Diego Rug Cleaning & Repair offer free price quotes for all rug repairs and for any rug cleaning.

Let us take a look at your rug and we’ll make sure your rug lasts forever.

Have any questions? Send us an email

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