What You'll Get
Left to its own devices, your carpet hoards dirt, hair, grime, and used cars, eventually transforming into a full-fledged junkyard overrun with angry raccoons. Keep the outdoors out of your indoors with today's Groupon for carpet cleaning from Texas Pressure Cleaning. This deal is only valid in Lubbock County. Choose between the following options:
- For $39, you get carpet cleaning of two rooms with Scotchgard (up to a $119.85 value).
- For $69, you get carpet cleaning of four rooms with Scotchgard (up to a $189.75 value).
Texas Pressure Cleaning’s professional grime fighters spruce up abodes’ trodden-upon carpets with an attention to detail that includes an all-over coat of Scotchgard to protect against future stains. Bid adieu to the remnants of dinner guests past with a dining-room cleaning, or erase Mr. Potato Head’s muddy footprints from the den. During the 45- to 90-minute treatment, the meticulous cleaning company can degrime floors’ security blankets in master bedrooms, master bathrooms, or master chefs’ kitchens, though rooms more than 200 square feet are counted as two rooms.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 13, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Extra fee for pet stains or color stains. Valid only within Lubbock County. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Texas Pressure Cleaning
Texas Pressure Cleaning’s professional grime fighters delve deep into carpets and tile to create clean, smooth flooring for all rooms of the house. A truck-mounted cleaning machine douses fibers and tile in a prespray that loosens dirt more effectively than a worm colony’s wrecking ball. High-pressure water and earth-friendly chemicals then barrage floors at temperatures reaching 190 degrees, deep cleaning fibers to remove odors and stains before a vacuum suctions away leftover debris. Texas Pressure Cleaning also scours air ducts using brushes instead of chemicals or gussies up homes' exteriors with pressure washing, in which high-powered hoses sluice away dust, stains, and itsy-bitsy spiders' webs.