Welcome to PACR
   Professional Association of Cleaning and Restoration,
      Rocky Mountain Regional Association

The Professional Association of Cleaning & Restoration (PACR) is an association for professional companies in the Carpet Cleaning and Restoration Industry.  Our members are certified and trained in the latest techniques and advancements in the industry.


PACR knows how difficult it can be to maintain your your homes and businesses.  Our goal is to  assist you, the consumer, in simple techniques for maintaining your home or business and give you advise on where to turn & what steps to take when a cleaning or restoration emergency arises.

 

We also provide recommendations for do it yourself cleaning as well as professional carpet cleanings.  

We know that every situation is different and we want you to know that there are experts nearby to help you.

We hope that thiswebsite will be of  great use and assistance to you.  

 

For questions please contact the PACR office at 877-447-2822 or email ContactPACR@gmail.com




Regular Carpet Care - 

How do you get the most life out of your carpet?


What is it?

Carpet fibers are designed to hide soil and reflect light. Consequently, soil in carpet is not as visible as it is on smooth flooring where soil remains on the surface and is easily seen. The ability of today’s carpet fibers to hide soiling is a positive feature for most consumers.  However, the lack of apparent soiling does not eliminate the need for regular cleaning. Soil can damage the fibers permanently if allowed to remain in the pile.

Even with carpet’s ability to resist soiling and stains, a regular maintenance program extends the life and appearance of your carpet.

Specific carpet care information may be available from your carpet dealer, carpet manufacturer or fiber producer.  Be sure and ask your salesperson for information when you purchase your new product.  

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Do You Have Flood?  

What You Need To Know!


First, when water floods your home it spreads out and flows through all areas, especially through the path of least resistance.  If the water starts on an upper floors it will most likely spread downward through any openings or just simply move down through walls and ceilings.  Water loves porous materials like sheet rock, insulation, carpet and pad, wood and furnishings, like upholstery, bedding, and drapes.  Water will also be absorbed upward by these porous materials especially sheet rock and wood.  The source of the water intrusion must be identified and repaired to secure the property.  Time is very important and restoration procedures should begin as soon as possible to prevent the spreading of water and further damage.      

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Simple Solutions for Spills & Stains


Stain-resist treatments provided on most carpets are designed to repel most acid-based dyes in many, but not all, foods and beverages. With proper patience and prompt attention, most common household spills can be removed.

For successful spot removal, the following suggestions should be followed. It may be necessary to contact a carpet-cleaning professional for assistance with stubborn stains that require a great deal of extra effort to remove.


Spot Removal Procedures

Act Quickly! Most carpet available today has been treated with a stain-resist treatment, so many spills can be removed if immediate action is taken. The longer the delay, the higher the probability of a spill becoming a permanent stain.

Remember, staining is influenced by many factors, and no carpet is completely stain proof.


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That Spot That Keeps Coming Back!!!


Information Coming Soon!


Rid Your Home of Pet Odor



Are you dealing with pet odor in your home? 

While one may clean the top of the carpeting that does nothing for what is hidden below the surface. Most times with a good flushing through the carpeting and into the padding it can be controlled. Understand that while you may see a small spot on the surface it can be much bigger under the pad where it spreads out and soaks into the subfloor. So here are just a few facts about that sometimes pungent malodor.

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Signs of Mold In Your Home!


Information Coming Soon!


Is Your Home Ready for the Season?

Know What to Do to Save Money!


Information Coming Soon!


Looking for Help with a Restoration Project in Your Home?


Need advise about a flood, fire, vandalism or another issue in your home?  

Get the help you need at

www.AboutRestoration.com

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Address: PO Box 21412, Denver, CO, USA, 80221

Phone: +1 (877) 447-2822

Email: contactpacr@gmail.com


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