What You'll Get
The moment a grape is crushed into juice, it seeks vengeance in the form of ambushing people's carpets. Today's Groupon reverses the harmful effects of liquid vengeance with a three-room carpet cleaning from Robyn's Group for $70 (up to a $150 value; cleaning rate is $0.25 per square foot). Robyn's Group brings rejuvenating, spa-like carpet treatments to three rooms that don't exceed 200 square feet per room, or you can use two Groupons for six rooms. The service area includes Hamilton, Boone, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, and Hancock counties. If you happen to live outside these counties and also own dirty carpets, there will be a $1.50-per-additional-mile charge.
After the damage caused by the recent Kitty Bowl you hosted, it takes a dedicated hand to restore order to your carpets. Robyn's Group is family-owned, accredited by the BBB, and won Angie's List Super Service award for blind cleaning in 2008 (note, this Groupon cannot be used toward blinds). The business has 22 years of cleaning experience, ensuring a pristine sheen to the soft surfaces that massage naked toes.
Choose your three most soiled rooms for a deep cleaning and thorough sanitation. After the owner finishes the carpet-cleansing process, there will be no more sticky residues and the room will become as resplendent as the day it fell from the carpet tree.
The carpet experts charge additionally for removing pet urine and bodily fluids as well as for moving furniture in order to reach each carpet nook. Whether you're aiming to sell your home to a former vice president or looking to impress the glass eyes of visiting in-laws, a clean set of floors invites waves of approving nods and encourages carpet angels.
Appointments must be scheduled in advance.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 24, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per household, may buy multiple as gifts. 200 sq.ft/room max. Surcharge for pet urine, bodily fluids, or if furniture has to be moved. Appointment required. $1.50/mile fee beyond Hamilton, Boone, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, and Hancock counties. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.