Carpeting covers cold floors, cushions bare feet, and muffles the beating of telltale hearts. Sanitize your hallucination silencer with today’s Groupon from iCleanCarpet. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get carpet cleaning for three rooms measuring up to 750 square feet total (a $150 value).
- For $69, you get cleaning for a furnace and up to 10 air ducts (up to a $200 value).
Bonded and insured technicians from iCleanCarpet liberate carpets, furnaces, and air ducts of unsightly dirt and irritating allergens with nontoxic products and thorough techniques. Purifiers begin carpet-cleaning services with a brief walkthrough to spot and pretreat stains, water damage, and stubborn hop-scotch grids, then siphon away dirt and dust with gentle solutions and a truck-mounted extraction system. After a thorough rinse with 250-degree water, a luxurious grooming dries floor coverings quickly without leaving a sticky residue.
During furnace and air-duct cleaning, cable brushes and powerful suction remove layers of irritating dust, pet dander, and mold spores. Next, specialists clean and lubricate the major furnace components, including the the blower motor, drum fan, and AC coil, to keep the system running smoothly and to prevent infestations of sauna enthusiasts. The powerful cleaning leaves long-lasting results, filling abodes with fresher air for up to 10 years.
In their 20 years of cleaning, the folks at iCleanCarpet have learned a few things, one of which is that different carpet fibers require different detergents. That's why the insured and bonded cleaners assess each carpet before choosing the most appropriate cleaning solutions, and combine those solutions with truck-mounted equipment and a 250-degree clear-water rinse process to flush out embedded dirt, stains, and ingrown throw rugs. Since they use only cleaning solutions that leave no harmful residue, the only evidence of their visits are plush, laundered carpets that have been as groomed and deodorized as a nervous first date. Using the same truck-mounted equipment, technicians also dispatch cable brushes and high-powered vacuums into the depths of dust-filled air vents, and coerce hazardous lint from dryer vents with the Rotobrush system.