Time is an asset you can't afford to lose when you're an average homeowner. Between taking the kids to football practice and piecing together your next presentation at work, there's only so much you can do in one day. And while the weekends were once meant for R&R, today, family life is busier and more hectic than ever.
With so many tasks and responsibilities on your plate, keeping your family's cherished area rugs dust-free, germ-free, and stain-free is easier said than done. For most folks, deep-cleaning an area rug is a chore that must take a back seat to other, more important, tasks. Who wants to spend hours of cleaning area rugs after a long day at work when your kids are hungry? If you find yourself stretched thinner than a bedsheet but still want to maintain the beauty of your home's woven wool rugs, area rug cleaning in North Charleston, SC, is the solution you need in your life.
Located in the beautiful state of South Carolina, Citrus Fresh Carpet & Rug Cleaning is metro Charleston's premier choice for high-end area rug cleaning. At Citrus Fresh, we understand how stressful it can be to keep up with housekeeping chores like deep cleaning your woven wool rugs. We're here to take that stress off your plate so you can focus on more important things, like cheering on your little ones at practice or picking them up from school.
The biggest difference between Citrus Fresh and other area rug cleaners in South Carolina is that we treat your expensive area rugs like they were our own. Unlike synthetic, wall-to-wall carpets, area rugs are often handmade and require an entirely different cleaning approach than other types of carpets. Our team of highly-trained professionals understands that to a "T" and knows that, unlike other carpets, your area rugs hold sentimental value. As such, we treat your area rugs with the care and compassion they deserve.
Speaking of our team, they didn't arrive at Citrus Fresh by accident. They were vetted and chosen to be part of Citrus Fresh. In fact, we make it a point to hire team members that are courteous, friendly, and trustworthy. All our employees are tested for drugs and have their backgrounds checked as well. In addition, Citrus Fresh Carpet & Rug Cleaning Services is:
Whether your area rug is a family heirloom passed down for generations or a recently-purchased treasure from the Middle East, our team has the tools and training to clean it correctly the first time out. Plus, to ensure the safety of your area rug cleaning in North Charleston, SC, our passionate techs evaluate every inch of your carpet to develop a cleaning strategy. Then, using their knowledge and experience, our area rug experts follow that strategy to provide you with a highly-effective clean.
Unlike some area rug cleaning services, Citrus Fresh maintains your rug's integrity by cleaning it at our state-of-the-art facility. We'll even pick it up from your house! That way, we can clean it as thoroughly as possible and give it the attention and love it needs. Once your lovely area rug is restored to its former beauty, we'll drop it off at your home, or you can pick it up and bring it back with you to enjoy. Just let us know what works best for your schedule, and we'll cater to you.
Many area rug cleaning companies refuse to guarantee their work for one reason or another. Citrus Fresh Carpet & Rug Cleaning is not one of those companies. We offer our wonderful customers a guarantee to show them that we're dedicated to making them and every customer happy and satisfied.
If you're not fully satisfied with any service we provide, we will come back to fix the problem for free within seven days from the service date. No if's, and's, or but's. It's really that simple!
At Citrus Fresh Carpet Cleaning, we clean your valuable area rugs in our local state-of-the-art facility. For your convenience, you have the option of scheduling a pickup or delivery service. Alternatively, you can bring your area rug to us and drop it off at our cleaning location. Because every area rug we clean is a little different, no two cleaning applications will be exactly the same. However, the typical cleaning process for an area rug is as follows:
We begin with measuring and cataloging to provide both accurate pricing and a way to track each rug throughout the cleaning process. We then thoroughly inspect the rug for fiber content, construction, dye stability and any preexisting concerns. We record this information in a detailed report with photographs. Our company will come to your home to pick up your rug, or you may drop it by our shop.
The vital first step to quality cleaning is dusting. Our state-of-the-art automatic rug dusting machine is specially designed to safely remove hidden embedded dust, sand and soil from the base of the face fibers. It is not unusual for a woven rug to release 2-5 lbs. of this dry material, which if not removed, can cause long term damage.
Before the wash process has started, your rug is tested for dye stability and treated accordingly with a dye stabilizer to minimize any bleeding of the dyes. The rug is now ready to be fully washed on our clean and graded wash floor. The pre-inspection determines the appropriate techniques and products to be used for effective and safe cleaning.
Once the rug has undergone its complete wash, it is time to rinse it. Using clean water and a specially designed squeegee. Followed by running the rug through one of the most successful rug-wringers in the world! Not only provides another level of rinsing, but flushes out any extra urine and other contaminants in the rug. It removes over 90% of moisture from rugs in 3 minutes or less. When the rug emerges, it is completely rinsed and merely damp.
All fringe detail will take place in the finishing stage. Fringe will be extracted, groomed and treated accordingly.
Rug are hung to finish the drying process. They are enclosed inside our dying tower rack with powerful air movers and dehumidifiers in drying each rug quickly as possible.
Once fully dried, the rug will be vacuumed and groomed. The pile will be set and it will receive a final post inspection. The rug then will be rolled, nicely wrapped and placed in our clean room to await pick-up or delivery.
Whether you're on a budget or you have an abundance of free time, you may be thinking about DIY area rug cleaning in North Charleston, SC. While maintaining your area rugs with regular vacuuming and spot stain removal is important, a complete area rug cleaning requires specialized knowledge, tools, and training. Here are just a few of the biggest benefits of hiring a professional area rug cleaning company like Citrus Fresh:
Your rug is submerged and washed with products for wool, then rinsed & spun in professional equipment!
When your rug is washed correctly, you will see that pop of color that has been missing!
Your rug is submerged under water & flushed to give you Guaranteed Pet Odor Removal!
At Citrus Fresh Carpet & Rug Cleaning, we offer several carpet cleaning services to our customers. While we're happy to come to your home to clean the synthetic carpets you walk on every day, we must take a special approach with area rugs. The bottom line is that to clean your area rug properly, we must do so in our fully-equipped cleaning facility. We can't travel to your home with the equipment needed to thoroughly clean area rugs that are wool, handmade, silk, etc.
There are many reasons why an area rug must be removed from a home or office to be properly cleaned. Here are three of the most important:
Most in-home carpet cleaning does not incorporate dusting with synthetic carpets. But with area rugs, dusting is non-negotiable. Area rugs, especially of the wool variety, can hold pounds of dust, mites, dead skin, and other yucky debris. To remove this debris, dust and soil must be removed from the foundation of your rug's fibers. To do this, heavy equipment, a clean facility, and a professional's touch are needed.
Standard in-home carpet rinsing often involves a fiber rinse that can leave residue on high-end area rugs. This residue can lead to fading and yellowing. By bringing your area rugs to our cleaning facility, our team can rinse your area rug more thoroughly. That way, we can release trapped dirt that is trapped in the wefts and warps of your Oriental rug. We can then place your area rug in our wash pit for additional rinsing, using water to flush through your rug from back to front. We then use a specialized squeegee to remove any remaining soil remnants until the water we use runs clear out of your rug.
Your average in-home carpet cleaner will clean your carpet the best way they can with the information they have. As such, they may treat your area rug like it is a piece of carpet. Unfortunately, that can have disastrous effects on your prized area rug.
However, highly-trained area rug specialists have unique knowledge that in-home carpet cleaners aren't required to know. As mentioned above, they also have the specific equipment and building space needed to completely clean an area rug. The owners of Citrus Fresh Carpet & Rug Cleaning were trained to clean Oriental and area rugs by world-renowned expert Lisa Wagner, earning the title "Textile Pro Certified."
In addition to personalized area rug cleaning in North Charleston, SC, we offer custom-cut area rug pads to fit your area rugs like a glove. Our rug pads act like an insurance policy for high-quality area rugs, even if they're made of materials like wool or cotton. Unlike other rug pads, however, our pads have the ability to soak up unwanted spills.
Most rug pads allow liquids to pass right through them. When this happens, the fluid is trapped between the rug pad and your floor - an incredibly damaging circumstance for your flooring and its finish. Can you imagine what a pool of red wine would do if left to fester underneath your favorite area rug? You could be looking at thousands of dollars of damage.
With rug pads from Citrus Fresh, liquids are moved away from the rug by the absorbent top layer of the padding and are held in place by the rug pad. The pad, which is designed with a moisture barrier, does not allow the spill to reach your flooring. This innovative design doesn't just protect your floors - it protects your area rug better too. As if that weren't enough, the closed-cell technology of these pads helps provide a barrier to pet urine!
Additional benefits of area rug pads from Citrus Fresh include:
New Closed Cell Technology (CCT) provides a pet urine barrier. Keeps most spills & pet urine from soaking through to ruin your hardwood flooring.
You might be wondering, "Who is the best choice for area rug cleaning near me?" One look at our reviews and video testimonials, and the clear choice is Citrus Fresh Carpet & Rug Cleaning Services.
Meticulous in its cleaning and care of fine area rugs, we're proud to provide our customers with safe, reliable, efficient services that protect and restore the appearance of your rugs. Our area rug cleaning methods are incredibly potent and have been proven to clean a wide array of unique area rugs, from the most fragile family heirlooms to sturdier modern rugs.
Good old-fashioned customer service, attention to detail, and a passion for cleaning area rugs make Citrus Fresh your first choice for service and quality. Contact our office today to learn more about our cleaning process or to schedule your area rug pickup or drop-off.
After a tough loss on the road their last time out, Winthrop looks much better today on their home court. They have a bit of a cushion as they currently lead Charleston Southern 35-13.If Winthrop keeps playing like this, they'll bump their record up to 15-10 in no time. On the other hand, Charleston Southern will have to make due with an 8-15 record unless they turn things around (and fast).Charleston Southern Buccaneers @ Winthrop EaglesCurrent Records: Charleston Southern 8-14, Winthrop 14-10Winthrop is 9-1 agai...
After a tough loss on the road their last time out, Winthrop looks much better today on their home court. They have a bit of a cushion as they currently lead Charleston Southern 35-13.
If Winthrop keeps playing like this, they'll bump their record up to 15-10 in no time. On the other hand, Charleston Southern will have to make due with an 8-15 record unless they turn things around (and fast).
Charleston Southern Buccaneers @ Winthrop Eagles
Current Records: Charleston Southern 8-14, Winthrop 14-10
Winthrop is 9-1 against the Buccaneers since February of 2019, and they'll have a chance to extend that success on Wednesday. Both teams will face off in a Big South battle at 6:30 p.m. ET at Winthrop Coliseum.
Last Saturday, the Eagles were within striking distance but couldn't close the gap as they fell 82-78 to the Bulldogs. The defeat unfortunately continues a disappointing trend for Winthrop in their matchups with the Bulldogs: they've now lost three in a row.
Meanwhile, winning is just a little bit easier when your shooting is a whole 18% better than the opposition, a fact Charleston Southern proved on Saturday. They walked away with an 83-77 victory over the Lancers. The victory made it back-to-back wins for Charleston Southern.
The Eagles have traveled a rocky road recently having lost four of their last five contests, which put a noticeable dent in their 14-10 record this season. As for the Buccaneers, their victory bumped their record up to 8-14.
Looking forward, Winthrop is the favorite in this one, as the experts expect to see them win by 10.5 points. For those looking to play the spread, careful betting on Winthrop: they have a less-than-stellar 8-12-1 record against the spread this season.
Winthrop took their victory against the Buccaneers in their previous matchup two weeks ago by a conclusive 78-59. With Winthrop ahead 41-21 at the half, the contest was all but over already.
Winthrop is a big 10.5-point favorite against Charleston Southern, according to the latest college basketball odds.
The oddsmakers had a good feel for the line for this one, as the game opened with the Eagles as a 10-point favorite.
The over/under is set at 141.5 points.
Winthrop has won 9 out of their last 10 games against Charleston Southern.
Big South opponents meet when the Winthrop Eagles (14-10, 5-4 Big South) host the Charleston Southern Buccaneers (8-14, 4-5 Big South) at Winthrop Coliseum, tipping off at 6:30 PM ET on Wednesday, February 7, 2024. The Eagles are 9.5-point favorites in the game. The matchup's point total is set at 143.5.Place your bets on any college basketball matchup at BetMGM, and sign up with ou...
Big South opponents meet when the Winthrop Eagles (14-10, 5-4 Big South) host the Charleston Southern Buccaneers (8-14, 4-5 Big South) at Winthrop Coliseum, tipping off at 6:30 PM ET on Wednesday, February 7, 2024. The Eagles are 9.5-point favorites in the game. The matchup's point total is set at 143.5.
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North Carolina A&T Aggies @ Charleston CougarsCurrent Records: North Carolina A&T 7-16, Charleston 16-7If the oddsmakers' predictions hold true, the near future looks bright for Charleston. They and the North Carolina A&T Aggies will face off in a Coastal Athletic battle at 8:00 p.m. ET on Thursday at TD Arena. North Carolina A&T took a loss in their last contest and will be looking to turn the tables on Charleston, who comes in off a win.Even though William & Mary scored an imposing 83 points on Satu...
North Carolina A&T Aggies @ Charleston Cougars
Current Records: North Carolina A&T 7-16, Charleston 16-7
If the oddsmakers' predictions hold true, the near future looks bright for Charleston. They and the North Carolina A&T Aggies will face off in a Coastal Athletic battle at 8:00 p.m. ET on Thursday at TD Arena. North Carolina A&T took a loss in their last contest and will be looking to turn the tables on Charleston, who comes in off a win.
Even though William & Mary scored an imposing 83 points on Saturday, Charleston still came out on top. The Cougars pulled ahead with a 84-83 photo finish over the Tribe.
Ben Burnham was the offensive standout of the match as he scored 20 points along with seven rebounds and two steals. He is trending in the right direction, as he's improved his point production for three games straight. The team also got some help courtesy of James Scott, who scored eight points along with five rebounds and two steals.
Meanwhile, the Aggies were within striking distance but couldn't close the gap on Saturday as they fell 69-65 to the Phoenix.
Camian Shell put forth a good effort for the losing side as he scored 22 points along with seven assists and five rebounds. He didn't help North Carolina A&T's cause all that much against the Pirates on Thursday but the same can't be said for this contest. Jalal McKie was another key contributor, scoring 23 points.
The Cougars are on a roll lately: they've won 12 of their last 15 matches, which provided a nice bump to their 16-7 record this season. As for the Aggies, their loss ended a three-game streak of wins at home and dropped them to 7-16.
Thursday's matchup is shaping up to be a scrappy game: Charleston have been smashing the glass this season, having averaged 40.4 rebounds per game. It's a different story for North Carolina A&T, though, as they've been averaging only 30.8 rebounds per game. Given Charleston's sizable advantage in that area, the Aggies will need to find a way to close that gap.
Charleston beat the Aggies 92-79 in their previous matchup back in January of 2023. Will Charleston repeat their success, or do the Aggies have a better game plan this time around? We'll find out soon enough.
Charleston is a big 19.5-point favorite against North Carolina A&T, according to the latest college basketball odds.
The oddsmakers were right in line with the betting community on this one, as the game opened as a 19.5-point spread, and stayed right there.
The over/under is set at 157 points.
Charleston won the only game these two teams have played in the last year.
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. – In front of a sold-out Saturday night crowd in North Charleston, South Carolina, Dustin Herman (Dudley Shoals, North Carolina) rode lights out, delivering a perfect 3-for-3 performance to win the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour’s CURT PBR North Charleston.As the competition got underway, Herman first took on Hells Bells (Blue Ridge Bucking Bulls/Triple T), reaching the requisite 8 with ease for 85.5 points.In Ro...
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. – In front of a sold-out Saturday night crowd in North Charleston, South Carolina, Dustin Herman (Dudley Shoals, North Carolina) rode lights out, delivering a perfect 3-for-3 performance to win the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour’s CURT PBR North Charleston.
As the competition got underway, Herman first took on Hells Bells (Blue Ridge Bucking Bulls/Triple T), reaching the requisite 8 with ease for 85.5 points.
In Round 2, Herman delivered his second score in as many attempts as he topped Dang, Dang (Burkham Contracting Inc.) for 84.5 points.
The North Carolinian then squared off with Rattlesnake Shake (TDS/Buentello Bucking Bulls 2) in the championship round. Nodding with confidence, Herman burst from the chutes inside North Charleston Coliseum, matching the bovine athlete jump-for-jump en route to the whistle as the capacity crowd erupted in raucous cheer.
Awarded a round-best 86.5 points, the qualified ride clinched the event win for Herman.
Courtesy of the golden finish, Herman garnered a crucial 134.5 Velocity Global points.
As the only other rider to go a perfect 3-for-3, Ramon de Lima (Rio Branco, Brazil) was second, netting 98.5 Velocity Global points.
Lima, who rides for the Austin Gamblers in the separate PBR Teams league, rode S7H 63H (Silent 7/Hilton Bull Co.) for 85 points in Round 1 before covering CB’s Buck Naked (LH Cattle Co./Chandler Cattle Co.) for 82 points in Round 2.
The veteran Brazilian then punctuated his perfect performance by tying for the championship round win via his 86.5-point effort aboard Oreo (Dustin Denning Bucking Bulls).
The Florida Freedom’s Grayson Cole (New Ringgold, Pennsylvania) was third.
After riding Flashbang (GN Livestock & Bucking Bulls/Lucas Manning Bucking Bulls) for 87 points in Round 1, Cole’s momentum ended abruptly in Round 2 when he was tossed by Cut The Deck (Barrett/Barnes PRCA Rodeo) in 3.72 seconds.
Quick to rebound, Cole returned with newfound confidence in the championship round, teaming with Joe Exotic (Lucas Manning Bucking Bulls) for an 85-point score to cement the bronze showing.
Cole left the Palmetto State having earned 71 Velocity Global points.
Justin Ethridge (Buford, Georgia) and Paulo Ferreira Lima (Bezerros, Brazil) rounded out the Top 5, tying for fourth.
For Ethridge, he earned 45.5 Velocity Global points for his 83-point ride on S7H 50H (Silent 7/Hilton Bull Co.) and 84.5-point ride atop Johnny’s After Party (TDS/Buentello Bucking Bulls).
Lima collected 46.5 Velocity Global points for his 85.5-point score on Riser (Topline Steel Bucking Bulls/Barrett) and 82-point trip on Yellowstone (5S Ranch).
The PBR Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour next travels to Reading, Pennsylvania, and Cedar Park, Texas, on Feb. 9-10.
PBR Reading at Santander Arena gets underway on Friday, Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. EST and concludes on Saturday, Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. EST. PBR Cedar Park at H-E-B Center begins on Friday, Feb. 9, at 8 p.m. CST and concludes on Saturday, Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. CST.
PBR Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour CURT PBR North Charleston North Charleston Coliseum – North Charleston, South Carolina Event Leaders (Round 1-Round 2-Round 3- Event Aggregate-Event Points) 1. Dustin Herman, 85.5-84.5-86.5-256.50-134.5 Points. 2. Ramon de Lima, 85-82-86.5-253.50-98.5 Points. 3. Grayson Cole, 87-0-85-172.00-71 Points. 4. Justin Ethridge, 83-84.5-0-167.50-45.5 Points. (tie). Paulo Ferreira Lima, 85.5-82-0-167.50-46.5 Points. 6. Marco Eguchi, 88-79-0-167.00-48 Points. 7. João Paulo Fernandes, 81-83-0-164.00-27.33 Points. (tie). Marcelo Procopio Pereira, 77.5-86.5-0-164.00-33.5 Points. 9. Warlei de Oliveira da Silva, 69-80-0-149.00-14 Points. 10. Jake Morinec, 85.5-0-0-85.50-18 Points. 11. Brandon Chambers, 0-85-0-85.00-18 Points. (tie). Claudio Montanha Jr., 0-85-0-85.00-18 Points. 13. Andy Bohl, 84.5-0-0-84.50-13 Points. 14. Garrett Jones, 83.5-0-0-83.50-12 Points. 15. Dener Barbosa, 0-83-0-83.00-13.5 Points. 16. Dylan Smith, 82-0-0-82.00-10 Points. 17. Zane Cook, 81-0-0-81.00-8.33 Points. (tie). Leandro Zampollo, 81-0-0-81.00-8.33 Points. 19. Lucas Divino, 73-0-0-73.00 20. Marcos Gloria, 70.5-0-0-70.50 Cody McCandless, 0-0-0-0.00 Michael Lane, 0-0-0-0.00 Jean Fernandes Pereira, 0-0-0-0.00 Thor Hoefer II, 0-0-0-0.00 Matt Allgood, 0-0-0-0.00 Max Castro, 0-0-0-0.00 Keith Hall, 0-0-0-0.00 Dakota Louis, 0-0-0-0.00 Jason Landing, 0-0-0-0.00 Bryan Titman, 0-0-0-0.00 Dakota Warnken, 0-0-0-0.00 Brandon McDowell, 0-0-0-0.00 Dustin Martinez, 0-0-0-0.00 Anthony Lyons, 0-0-0-0.00 Eduardo de Oliveira, 0-0-0-0.00 Alex Jenks, 0-0-0-0.00 Jake Goodson, 0-0-0-0.00 Perry Schrock, 0-0-0-0.00 Alex Junior da Silva, 0-0-0-0.00 Jeferson Silva, 0-0-0-0.00
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NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – With exactly one month left until the First in the South Primary, presidential hopeful, Nikki Haley traveled back to her home state for a rally in North Charleston.“And so, we were very excited last night because we saw that we had gone up 25 points in a month and we were thrilled. So, we got out there and we did our thing and we said what we had to say and then Donald Trump got out there and just threw a temper tantrum,” Haley told the crowd at the Convention Center.Haley, who ...
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – With exactly one month left until the First in the South Primary, presidential hopeful, Nikki Haley traveled back to her home state for a rally in North Charleston.
“And so, we were very excited last night because we saw that we had gone up 25 points in a month and we were thrilled. So, we got out there and we did our thing and we said what we had to say and then Donald Trump got out there and just threw a temper tantrum,” Haley told the crowd at the Convention Center.
Haley, who previously served as the Governor of South Carolina, called out her opponent former President Donald Trump after his recent victories in Iowa and New Hampshire.
“He was insulting, he was doing what he does, but I know that’s what he does when he’s insecure. I know that’s what he does when he is threatened and he should feel threatened, without a doubt,” Haley said, followed by an eruption of cheers.
The losses aren’t keeping Haley, nor those who came out on Wednesday, from showing their confidence in her path to the White House.
“I think she’s amazing and I think that she has what it takes to bring America back together and not keep us so divided,” said Jessica Adkins of Edisto Island.
Pat Abrahamson, who travelled from Summerville, had similar opinions toward Haley.
“I am all in, 100% behind this woman,” Abrahamson said.
Between the signs, shirts, and buttons, pride for Haley was on full display. Ed Ames, a dedicated supporter, volunteered his time to help set up the event.
“Nikki Haley is a person who, when she says something that she’s going to do, you can be rest assured that she’s going to do it and that she has a proven track record with that up in Columbia,” Ames told News 2.
Not everyone who showed up was pro-Haley. A group of people backing former President Trump gathered outside.
“I love President Trump because he’s the only politician that ever worked for the American people. He put America first,” said Miguel J. Munoz.
Back inside, Haley told the crowd she raised $1 million since her speech on Tuesday night. She encouraged voters to keep the momentum going.
“I promise you; I will do exactly what I did for you when I was Governor of South Carolina and I will spend every single day trying to make you proud,” Haley vowed.
Her next stops on the campaign trail include Mauldin, SC and Conway, SC this weekend.