Like staring into a pond or reading the phone book, following muddy footsteps on the living-room carpet can help you find yourself. Clean up after a pivotal moment with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $79 for carpet cleaning for three rooms, up to 400 total square feet (a $159 value)
- $99 for carpet cleaning for four rooms, up to 600 total square feet (a $209 value)
Trained technicians use a hot, carbonated formula on bedraggled rugs that lifts stains, odors, and dust to the surface. The system discharges less water and product than many other techniques, enabling carpets to dry within two hours and technicians to leave behind no dirt-attracting soap residue. The nontoxic treatment keeps the ground safe for pet frolicking, children's play time, and headstand contests.
All Seasons Chem-Dry
More than 20 years of work focused on carpet and upholstery cleaning has enabled All Seasons Chem-Dry to fine-tune its cleaning craft. In lieu of chemical-ridden soaps or solvents, technicians de-grime surfaces with the Natural, a carbonated solution that lures dirt and stains from fibers. A combination of low-pressure pumps and vacuums cleanses floors without using heavy doses of water, which not only makes surfaces dry quickly, but also eliminates soap residue and reduces environmental impact. The company's cleaning system has received the Carpet and Rug Institute's Seal of Approval, and the staff has received many leafy pats on the back from customers' houseplants.
All Seasons Chem-Dry technicians also know the ins and out of performing other household services. With water-damage and extraction services, technicians erase the evidence left by clients' attempts at indoor surfing as well as waterbed and roof leaks. Tile, stone, and grout sullied by odors and spills can also be cleaned.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Great service...on time, hard-working, friendly and a great job cleaning the carpet.”
“The service was good and the staff was helpful and did a great job with the cleaning”
“DId a great job although they couldn't use their traditional method”