What You'll Get
Messy carpets implicate muddy galoshes and leaky flagons without giving the culprits a chance to defend themselves. Today's $79 Groupon protects the reputations of your shoes and useless cups with a one-room carpet cleaning (a $78.75 value, based on a 15'x15' room with moderate wear; normally approximately $0.30–$0.40 per square foot), a couch cleaning (approximately $65; upholstery normally $10–$15 per linear foot), and a chair cleaning (approximately $35) from BioCare Carpet & Upholstery of Richmond. Homes with filth-infested floor fuzz can flood a single room with the hot, extracting waters of BioCare’s residential carpet-cleaning process. A dirty chair and couch will undergo equally eco-friendly exorcisms of dust devils, and BioCare's special drying equipment ensures that you'll be nestled back in your you-shaped indentation within 24 hours.
Appointments are required. BioCare services residences within the metro area (about a 25-mile radius). Extra charges may apply for spot treatments, stain removal, special treatments, and delicate or specialty fabrics. Customers may apply the Groupon's value toward a higher-priced service.
Although there are no user reviews online for BioCare Carpet & Upholstery of Richmond, Near West End News featured the carpet-cleaning business for its environmentally friendly carpet-cleaning techniques:
- BioCare Green Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning uses non-toxic and green-certified products along with hot-water extraction to clean without toxic fumes & residue. BioCare is a locally- owned small business founded by Jack Cooksey, formerly an editor for Richmond Magazine. – Near West End News
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 15, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. By appointment only. Valid for 15x15 room only. Valid in metropolitan Richmond region only. Must use in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers. May use toward higher valued service. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.