North Shore Commercial Fabric Protection Services in North Shore, North & Northwest Suburbs

North Shore Commercial Fabric Protection Serving: Vernon Hills, Lake Forest, Lincolnshire, Libertyville and surrounding areas.

Carpet  Protector

Always a recommended part of our total cleaning program. Carpet protector is the perfect solution for protecting your carpet from soil and stains. It also helps to extend the life of carpet by making the removal of dirt easier, and by helping restore stain blocking performance for easier food and spot removal.


North Shore Carpet Cleaning is certified and insured company and our work is 100% guaranteed.  We invite you to try our services and join our many satisfied customers! You’ll be glad you did.


Our method of cleaning, steam carpet cleaning, is recommended by leading carpet manufacturers  Mahawk and Shaw Industries . We use only the best equipment with powerful hot water steam-extraction for thorough, deep cleaning. Your carpets dry faster, look great, feel softer, smell better and stay cleaner longer. We use all natural, biodegradable cleaning agents on your carpets that is safe for you, your family and the environment.


You can trust North Shore Carpet Cleaning to care for your carpet, rugs, upholstery and fine fabrics. You are dealing  with a certified company which means that we have agreed to abide by a strict code of ethics. Our company and our technicians are certified by IICRC, meaning that we have undergone and we continue to undergo extensive training as it relates to our industry.


Professional care is vital to protecting the major investment you’ve made in your carpets. In fact, as a warranty requirement most carpet manufacturers have strict guidelines on the proper care and maintenance of their carpeting. Carpet manufacturers recommend our cleaning method on a semi-annual basis to maintain the beauty and texture of this major investment. Remember, our deep steam cleaning process uses only environmentally safe, non-toxic, biodegradable cleaning agents. For more information please visit EPA recommendations Frequency Chart.