A dirty carpet is like a guilty conscience—it's always nagging you from the background, and it prevents you from eating off the floor in peace. Expunge lingering crud from your rug with today's Groupon: for $49, you get three rooms of carpet cleaning (up to 250 sq. ft./room) from Sears Carpet Cleaning (a $100 value). This deal does not include the $10 service and mileage fee required for all visits.
Equipped with powerful truck-mounted equipment and a Sears-approved satisfaction guarantee, the certified team of technicians thoroughly scours carpets. After an initial inspection to identify the heavily trafficked areas, the insured staff sprays a heated cleaning solution deep into carpet fibers to blast out embedded dirt and discarded pagers. For one to two hours, a high-powered extraction sucks out dust and soot as a pH-balancing fiber rinse breaks down any traces of leftover cleaning solution, leaving carpets dry, soft, and ready to double as a dining-room table. Sears technicians can also fortify floors with specialized protectors and deodorizers (not included with today's deal) and help to accommodate hectic schedules with Saturday appointments.
Though Sears Carpet and Upholstery Care sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Sears Carpet Cleaning
When a Sears Carpet Cleaning team visits a home, they roll up in a service truck armed with cleaning devices specially engineered to clean dirty carpets. Following a heated deep-cleaning fiber rinse that helps loosen dirt particles, blue-shirted techs remove dirt, debris, and allergens in carpets with a high-powered extraction, followed by a pH-balancing fiber rinse that helps rid carpets of the cleaning solution and any leftover dirt. Solutions are pet- and kid-friendly. The techs, who are trained on carpet styles and cleaning equipment, pay special attention to extra-dirty spots and areas of the carpet that see heavy traffic. While they wrap up the procedure, the carpet gurus field any questions customers may have about the service or the likelihood of retaliation from dust-bunny armies.