When it comes to cleaning Oriental rug and specialty area rugs (i.e., Persian, silk, Navajo, Tribal, antique, etc.) there is little to no regulation that a company must acquire specialized training or proper certification to clean rugs. Before hiring a company to clean and care for your woven treasure it is important to take the time to research and get background information on companies in your area. You want to look for a company that specializes in rug cleaning, has a dedicated facility, has sufficient years of experience, employs highly trained and certified technicians and are active members of industry trade associations and organizations.
Running River Rug Cleaning is owned by John Long is an IICRC Certified Master Textile Cleaner, Certified Mold Removal Specialist and has over 30 years of hands-on experience in the field. He has cleaned rugs from around the world in some of the finest homes and businesses from Manhattan to the Hamptons and Tri-State Area. John also specializes in water damage restoration.
In addition to years of experience and numerous educational certifications, Running River is a WoolSafe Approved Authorized Service Provider (www.woolsafe.org/usa) in the New York Tri-State Area and member of New York Rug Cleaners Institute.
Running River’s IICRC Certified Master Textile Cleaners have a combined 55 years experience cleaning some of the finest rugs in the world. When it’s time to clean your valued rugs be assured Running River Rug Cleaning has the proper education through certification to ensure quality work.