Prep your house before the holidays or clean it up afterward with today's deal: a three-room carpet cleaning from Priority Carpet and Tile Cleaning for $79 (normally $205).
Priority Carpet's carpet-cleaning service takes care of carpet bugaboos with a thorough, three-stage cleaning: pre-spot to eliminate tough stains, pre-spray, and finally, deep steam cleaning. The whole process is non-toxic, so it leaves behind no sticky residue, just soft, fluffy carpeting so clean you could eat off it. And since a carpet is basically just one big air filter, you and your family can literally breathe easier after a visit from Priority Carpet's technicians.
The holidays are not kind to carpets. Rugrats track mud, grime, and cookie crumbles all over them. Uncles spill wine on them, a unts drop turkey. Even before Uncle Aunt's traditional grappling match during the annual "Who has suffered more" competition, your gunky carpet will be crunching like a graham cracker under your feet. On top of that, you find a year's accumulation of grease, hair, and Moses Malone–autographed baseballs. Carpet cleaning gets rid of your holiday and daily messes with grace and panache.
Note: Maximum 150 square feet per room. Priority Carpet will travel to the following regions: Addison, Allen, Colleyville, Coppell, Dallas, Fort Worth, Frisco, Irving, Keller, Lewisville, Plano, Richardson, South Lake, and The Colony. Additional nearby regions should call to verify whether they are in the service area.
If carpets could speak, they'd have nothing but good things to say about Priority Carpet and Tile Cleaning—a ringing endorsement, considering that a talking carpet would likely spend most of its time complaining about how everyone walks on it. Luckily, its owners can offer more audible testimonials:
- We are very pleased with your service, you were on time, polite, and left the carpet looking great! You even went the extra mile to get a paint stain out I thought would never come out! – Jennifer Trulin
Your Holiday Priorities
Priority Carpet and Tile will make cleaning your floors before, during, and after the holidays its priority. But what should your holiday priorities be?
- Purchasing gifts for friends, nephews, and the shadow creature who has been terrorizing neighborhood children. It wants a subscription to The Atlantic.
- Cooking warm holiday meals entirely out of cinnamon and pesto.
- Stare deeply into your soul and ask, “Who am I?”
Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.