Unlimited Carpet Care unleashes the power of the ProChem Legend truck mounted system to thoroughly clean carpet and tile. Featuring a Kohler Command Pro Series Engine, the truck-mounted system spews water at 1,000 pounds per square inch as it takes aim at the spills and stains that can muddle a carpet's once-vibrant color. Technicians protect against future imperfections with Scotchgard and offer 24-hour flood service for water damage that their magic eight-ball can't anticipate.
Hiltons Home Center helps customers visualize their new floor by allowing them to tiptoe through a show room adorned with multiple sample swatches of carpet, tile, or hardwood. Design consultants aim to pair patrons with their desired material from a catalogue that contains luxury Karndean and patterned Southwind carpeting, as well as rugged Mohawk flooring. Rich coppers and flecks of slate swirl across Karndean Knight tile ($3.02/sq. ft.) forged from stone versatile enough to withstand the dropping of dishes in a highly trafficked kitchen or the dropping of paratroopers from a highly misguided mission. Toes trace the authenticating grains squiggling through slabs of 5-inch Maple Ridge hardwoods, available in shades of natural, dark brown, or red ($5.57/sq. ft.). Clients can also opt for plush carpeting to outfit a room ($0.82+/sq. ft.), treating feet to a surface cushier than a pillow stuffed with gummi worms.
Since 1992, Baby Safe Carpet Cleaning has extracted dirt, grime, and stains from soiled carpets with the help of nontoxic cleaning agents. While regular vacuuming can reduce the amount of dust mites nestled in carpet fibers, the heat emitted from Baby Safe Carpet Cleaning?s truck-mounted steam-cleaning system wipes them out, ensuring the absence of allergy- and asthma-causing entities. The IICRC-certified technicians precondition and pre-spot carpets, followed by a thorough rinse and generous raking to aid in the drying process and comb shags into a stylish part.
David, owner of Quick and Clean Floor Care, enjoys his trade. He gets a kick out of tackling dirty jobs for two reasons: he wants to elicit "uncontrolled smiles" from his clients, and as a family man, he wants to teach his kids that they can do anything they put their minds to. He spends hours scrubbing stains out of carpets, or treating fibers with Scotchgard?a product originally designed during the temperance movement to turn whiskey into lemonade?to preserve them against wear and tear. His customers also appreciate his dedication, and more often than not send both smiles and referrals his way.
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