There's no sense crying over spilt milk, because tears mixed with milk form an acid that melts through furniture. Observe proper spill protocol with this Groupon.
- $49 for carpet cleaning for two areas ($79.90 value)
- $99 for carpet cleaning for up to five areas ($199.75 value)
Performed with biodegradable, phosphate-free cleaning agents, the three-step carpet-cleaning process includes pre-treatment and spot treatment, rotary brush pre-cleaning, and hot-water extraction.
Heartland Carpet & Upholstery Care
Brian Ratcliff, who has been cleaning carpets and upholstery since 1985, leads Heartland Carpet & Upholstery Care’s charge against household dirt and bacteria. Though Brian's earned his technical prowess through years of training and takes pride in his work, it's his love of people that's kept him in the field. He approaches each job with a detail-oriented passion for transparency—before deep steam-cleaning a carpet or pulling stains from upholstered furniture, he inspects and appraises each material. He then communicates any concerns with the customer, shaping realistic expectations for their results and always confessing how many Canadian pennies he's found between the sofa cushions.
Heartland Carpet & Upholstery Care eliminates evidence of spills and heavy foot traffic with a three-step process that begins with a fabric pre-treatment and spot treatment. The high-temperature, low-moisture steam cleaning process then unearths buried contaminants with a hot-water extraction system.
Their expertise extends beyond regular fabrics—they spot clean delicate materials such as silk and leather, and they know the methods for washing antique and oriental rugs. They also extract damaging water resulting from a flood or pet cloud that has yet to be house trained.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Great (prompt and thorough) communication, professional, high quality work. Would recommend to others!”
“Great service, arrived right when he said he would.”
“showed up on time, carpet looks great, cleaned up everything, definitely will use them again.”