Best Mobile Home Carpet Cleaner

We commonly hear “Is it possible to upgrade carpets in manufactured homes?” or “Is it possible to Mobile Home Carpet Cleaner?” Here’s a brief overview of your carpet cleaning options.

Best Mobile Home Carpet Cleaner From Cavendish Carpet Care


Is it possible to upgrade the carpet in your manufactured home? There is no problem with that. You may be able to choose from a variety of carpet weights and colors at your local home center. Discover the options available to you!

Manufactured or modular homes give you the opportunity to make customization decisions about what you want the interior of your home to look like, including which type of flooring you want, regardless of whether you’re a first-time home buyer or have owned a home before.

Carpet Options By Cavendish Carpet Care

Purchasing in bulk from trusted brandsĀ  enables us to provide a wide range of manufactured home flooring options.

We offer a variety of brand names of flooring styles that can be customized by Cavendish Carpet Care in Christchurch so that your home has a unique style. With these partnerships, Cavendish Carpet Care can offer you a unique flooring style at a low price that suits your budget.


Cavendish Carpet Care works with several brands of polyester carpets if you’re looking for a specific material. There is no carpet that comes close to the softness of polyester. As well as maintaining its color, it also maintains its appearance when chloride-based products, common in cleaning products, are spilled on it.

One of our friendly, knowledgeable home consultants will be able to give you more information on carpet upgrades if you decide to upgrade your carpet.

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Our team of experienced and certified technicians will work diligently to clean every nook and cranny of your carpets, leaving them refreshed and looking like new again. In addition, we also offer a wide range of other services such as upholstery cleaning, pet stain removal, and more.

As carpet upgrade options, some home-building facilities offer varying carpet weights. Each home-building facility will have different options for carpet-style upgrades and carpet materials.

Additionally, padding thickness and density can be upgraded on manufactured home carpets. A carpet padding upgrade could be available depending on the company building your new manufactured home.


Carpets in manufactured homes: How to clean them
Cleaning and maintaining the carpet in your manufactured home regularly will keep it feeling, looking, and smelling fresh. You should clean your carpet to reduce allergens and dust mites in it.1 This will benefit you and your family’s health.

Cavendish Carpet Care – What to Clean and How To Do It

It is recommended that you have your manufactured home carpet cleaned by a professional at least once a year to ensure that it retains its look and durability.

In addition to these cleaning tips, manufactured home carpets can also be cleaned with plenty of other methods. You can have your manufactured home looking like new if you find what works best for its floor.

To see how our homes are built and how the carpet is installed, visit your local Cavendish Carpet Care center today. You can also visit Cavendish Studio to see how our homes are designed and constructed.

What's the Best Way to Maintain a Clean Mobile Home Carpet?

cause of the limited space and fragile subflooring of mobile homes, carpet cleaning can be a challenging task. Due to the constant traffic contained within a relatively small area, carpets in mobile homes tend to show dirt easily.

Water or liquid chemicals should not be sprayed on carpets in mobile homes since most do not have cement or wood beams to stabilize the floor. Maintenance routines and quick, effective treatments are needed to clean mobile home carpets.

  1. In dirty areas, you should spot-clean the carpet. If there are stains or unpleasant spots on the carpet of your mobile home, it is better to treat them on individual carpets rather than the whole carpet area to avoid saturation. Alternatively, buy a spot cleaner from your local hardware store or mix one teaspoon of dish detergent or laundry detergent (no bleach) with warm water. The cleaning solution should be applied to the carpet with a damp cotton cloth. After rubbing near the outer edge of the stain, move toward the center. Keeping the stain from spreading to surrounding areas will prevent the stain from spreading. Hard strokes shouldn’t be used in the area. Wipe a wet towel over the carpet to ensure it is clean and wet.
  1. Schedule vacuuming for every week. Make sure that the carpet is clean by vacuuming away dry dirt. It is usually best to vacuum a mobile home’s carpet on a low setting or “floor”. Make use of the hose attachment around furniture and in corners of the room when cleaning carpeted areas. If dirt and dust are not regularly removed, they can spread to other carpet fibers.
  2. If stains cannot be treated with spot treatment, opt for deep cleaning. Mobile homes can save time and money by steam cleaning, according to A steam cleaning unit uses strong vacuum power to extract carpets by injecting a cleaning solution into them. Steam cleaning should begin farthest from the exit and move toward it. Until the carpet is completely dry, it should not be walked on. Reduce the drying time in the mobile home by opening the windows. A mobile home with wet carpets is more susceptible to mold growth.
  1. Deeply saturated stains can still be cleaned with cleaning brushes. Cleaning brushes with stiff bristles loosen debris and stains, allowing spot treatments and steam cleaning to work more effectively. Using the bristles, lightly scratch the mobile home carpet, but do not rub it deeply. Use the bristle brushes again after you have applied the spot treatment or steam-cleaned the area.
  1. If you have a double-wide mobile home and can accommodate cumbersome machines, use carpet shampoo cleaners or dry chemical treatments. The carpet shampoo bottle will give you instructions on how to use it. Make sure you apply the carpet shampoo minimally so as not to saturate the subflooring. Your carpet cannot handle moister if it has no thick padding and the sub-floor cannot handle moisture. Chemicals used on dry floors won’t damage the sub-flooring, but they will not reach deep stains and work best when there are only surface stains.