Keeping your house clean can feel like a never-ending task, much like convincing yourself you enjoy reading. Take a break with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $49 for carpet cleaning with deodorizer for three rooms, up to 240 square feet each (a $210 value)
- $99 for air-duct cleaning for houses up to 2,500 square feet (a $299 value)
- $199 for air-duct cleaning for houses up to 5,000 square feet (a $599 value)
- $129 for wall-to-wall carpet cleaning for houses up to 2,500 square feet (a $610 value)
During carpet cleanings, technicians pretreat spots, and then use hot-water extraction and a truck-mounted steam cleaner to purge carpets of deeply embedded dirt. Wall-to-wall carpet cleaning does not include stairs.
Alternatively, air-duct cleaning clears circulation systems of dust, detritus, and allergens to improve indoor air quality and optimize energy efficiency.
EcoGreen Carpet Cleaning
EcoGreen Carpet Cleaning's experienced technicians travel to homes throughout the Twin Cities, leaving pristine carpets, spotless tile, and freshened upholstery in their wake. They specialize in deep-cleaning carpet fibers with truck-mounted steam cleaners, with pretreatment and spot removal to oust blemishes.
Commercial-grade equipment and industrial-strength cleaning agents banish grime from ceramic tile and grout, and they can also polish and protect natural stone tiles when they get homesick and start collecting moss. EcoGreen's surface-perfecting services also include applying protective coats to garage floors and painting interior walls.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Pleasant service man, good service, good job considering the age of our carpet. ”
“Good job friendly and helpful”
“The men from EcoGreen, Matt and Keith, were prompt, courteous and personable and did a great job. I was very pleased with their work and will recommend them to...”
“The men from EcoGreen, Matt and Keith, were prompt, courteous and personable and did a great job. I was very pleased with their work and will recommend them to others and use them again.”