What You'll Get
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 this pivotal moment with today’s Groupon to Beckwith Carpet Cleaners. Choose between the following options:
- For $69, you get your choice of carpet-cleaning services in three rooms or upholstery cleaning for one 8-foot sofa or two chairs (up to a $294 value).
- For $129, you get a cleaning package (up to a $463 value), which includes the following:
- Carpet-cleaning services in three rooms (up to a $294 value)
- Upholstery-cleaning services for your choice of one 8-foot sofa or two chairs (a $169 value)<p>
Beckwith Carpet Cleaners’ cadre of IICRC–certified cleaners employs steam to oust grit and grime from living quarters. Uniformed cleaners arrive at abodes wielding hot-water extraction apparatuses heated by a truck-mounted active volcano. Beckwith Carpet Cleaners’ specially formulated fiber rinse neutralizes cleaning solutions, and deodorizer deactivates smells left behind by invasive species of flowers.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid for up to 900 sq. ft. Furniture moving not included. Apartment/condominium must be truck-mount accessible. Extra fee for apartments/condominiums each additional floor over the first floor, heavily soiled or spotted carpet, extra chairs/sofas, and stairs or area rugs. Valid only within the 495 Belt and within 40mi of Quincy. Must have legal parking space readily available. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Beckwith Pro-Clean
Beckwith Pro-Clean’s Clean Trust–certified team descends upon homes, drawing upon state-of-the-art equipment and almost two decades in business. Floors relinquish dirt to specially blended elixirs and extraction apparatuses heated by a truck-mounted active volcano. When not beautifying floor coverings, the uniformed workers quickly get to work buffing auto and boat interiors, installing flooring, and performing daring acts of water-damage restoration.