If your carpet could talk, it would spill forth detailed recollections of the times you’ve walked across it clad only in Doritos crumbs. Ensure continued confidentiality with today’s Groupon: for $40, you get carpet steam cleaning for up to three rooms or upholstery cleaning for a standard sofa and chair (up to a $109 value) from Quick-Kleen Home Services, based in Tarentum. Quick Kleen's cleaning crew will travel to homes within the southwestern Pennsylvania counties of Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Cambria, Fayette, Greene, Washington, and Westmoreland.
In business for more than 30 years, Quick-Kleen offers an assortment of high-quality cleaning options to customers throughout a nine-county area. Let Quick-Kleen’s experienced technicians steam clean the hidden nooks and crannies of your upholstery and the mysterious depths of your carpet, unearthing and removing long-forgotten remnants of cookie-crumb parties and indoor dust storms. As an added bonus, take 20% off any additional services booked that day. Groupon holders may choose to upgrade their three-room steam cleaning to include a carpet shampoo at the regular rate. Make a post-Thanksgiving peace offering to your mother, mother-in-law, or hive-mother with a squeaky-clean visit from Quick-Kleen Home Services.
Quick-Kleen Home Services offers a coupon for 20% off services through mid-January, but this Groupon is valid for six months and still offers the best value.
Quick-Kleen Home Services
Founded in 1979, Quick-Kleen Home Services is a one-stop shop for carpet and upholstery cleaning, maid services, mattress sanitization, interior painting, deck staining, and floor refinishing. The company has cleaned countless homes from the inside out with regularly upgraded machinery and brand-name products.
Knowing the importance of having technicians who are as trustworthy as they are knowledgeable, Quick-Kleen's hiring process features extensive background checks and a 15-day in-the-field training program. To ensure that each job progresses quickly and efficiently, Quick-Kleen always sends out teams of two to three technicians and makes them listen to techno music while they work.