For over 25 years K-tech has shaped itself into more than just a traditional cleaning company
in North Central &Eastern WI. In addition to residential carpet and commercial facility
cleaning, we offer services in; restoration and remediation, document destruction and
equipment and chemical sales.
When you call K-tech,@800-215-8324, you get a CIMSGreen Buildingcertified company,
committed to protecting your health and the environment, through embracing green cleaning
solutions, products and techniques and a recipient of awards like; The Wisconsin Family
Business of the Year, The American Red Cross Real Heroes Award and the Wausau Area
Business of the Year.
Our Mission; "Leadership through our services for our customers, community and the
K-Tech Kleening FAQ
Q: How often should I have my carpets cleaned?
A: Cleaning frequencies can vary greatly based on the type of traffic your carpet recieves. Vacuming is the single most effective means of keeping carpet clean as it removes 90-95% of all dry soil. Carpets also require periodic deep extraction cleaning. The key to maintaining and extending the life of your carpet is to clean it regularly before it becomes excessively soiled. For a good rule of thumb, we recommed you deep clean your carpets, at a minimum of every 12-18 months.
Q: What is the best way to treat coffee or tea spills on my carpet?
A: Address it right away, using a CRI approved carpet cleanser if available. If a CRI approved cleaner is not available, try a white vinegar solution. 1 cup white vinegar with 1 cup water. White vinegar is 5% acitic acid and is sometimes effective on tannin (weak vegetable dye found in tea and coffee) , and leaves no residue. however, be careful because acids can set some other dye stains. Follow up by having a professional cleaner clean the spill area, using deep extraction.
Q: What role does my carpet play in improving my indoor air quality?
A: Assuming you vacuum and clean your carpets regularly, your carpet plays the role of an air filter. Carpet traps dust, pollen, and other particles, taking them out of the breathing zone until they can be removed basically by vacuuming and cleaning.
Q: If my sump pump fails and my basement fills with water will my insurance cover the clean up cost?
A: First: You need to check your homeowners policy or talk to your agent about your coverage. In many cases you may not be covered if you do not maintain your sump pump in good working order. It's your responsibility to check your sump pump to insure its working properly, as they can become dirty and coated with deposits, which can stop it from working properly. Put a tag on your sump and date it whenever you check it.