Hero Cleaners
Cleaning advice from the professionals.

If you are looking to extend your knowledge of the carpet and upholstery cleaning industry, you might be interested in taking some carpet cleaning related classes. Check with your local carpet cleaning supply store and you will probably find some place close to you offering classes. Here are some of the courses available to you.

CCT – Carpet Cleaning Technician
This is a course that will give you a foundation upon which you can build. You will learn about the basics of carpet and upholstery construction, care and cleaning.

CMT – Commercial Carpet Maintenance Technician
This is a great course to take if you want to expand your business into the profitable commercial sector. Learn the differences between cleaning residential and commercial carpet.

CRT – Color Restoration Technician
Have you ever run across a bleach spot on a carpet? Learn how you can offer your customers a valuable service. Spot dyeing will make you a hero in your customers eyes.

HST – Health and Safety Technician
This course is designed for those participating in restoration and mold remediation.

OCT – Odor Control Technician
A big part of the industry is dealing with odors. This course will help you learn the science behind odor control.

RCT – Rug Cleaning Technician
Don’t take a chance on cleaning an expensive oriental or silk rug without first taking this course. Learn how to take care of rugs and stop leaving money on the table.

RRT – Carpet Repair and Reinstallation Technician
Learn how to install and repair carpet. Make yourself a one stop shop for your customers.

SRT – Fire & Smoke Restoration Technician
Fires happen every day. This course will show you how you can get into the fire and smoke damage remediation industry.

UFT – Upholstery and Fabric Cleaning Technician
Stop being afraid of those delicate pieces of upholstery. learn how to analyze and clean complex and delicate fabrics.

WRT – Water Damage Restoration Technician
This is the course that you need to take if you want to get into water damage restoration. Take this course to learn the proper way of handling water damage situations.

In addition to the above courses, your local distributor might offer many more valuable seminars. Contact them and see what classes are coming to your area soon.