Carpets are like sweaters for the home, offering extra insulation in the winter and makeshift napkin services the rest of the year. Clean up hard-working carpets with today’s Groupon to White Glove Floor Cleaning & Restoration, servicing homes within 30 miles of Fairfield. Choose between the following options:
For $40, you get carpet-cleaning services for two rooms, or up to 500 square feet (a $100 value).
For $80, you get carpet-cleaning services for four rooms, or up to 1,000 square feet (a $200 value).
The professional grime-fighters at White Glove Floor Cleaning & Restoration harness the power of steam to refresh and extend the lifespan of rugs. Warm vapors cut through dirt and grease spots with ease, simultaneously eliminating germs and prepping fallen broccoli for dinner. Stubborn stains from spilled juice, nicotine, and ceiling painters flee to a small town in Wisconsin, and carpets emerge from their baths brighter, fluffier, and rejuvenated overall. Homeowners seeking ongoing help can chat with the knowledgeable cleaners to develop a customized floor-maintenance program.
Though White Glove Floor Cleaning & Restoration sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
WhiteGlove Floor Cleaning & Restoration
With upwards of 10 years of experience under their belts, the professional grime-fighters at WhiteGlove Floor Cleaning & Restoration ensure that home interiors remain sparkling via a host of scrub-a-dub-dubbing services. Staffers harness the power of steam to evict stains from begrimed carpets, whisking away harmful germs and prepping fallen broccoli for dinner. All manner of upholstery—from hardy microfiber to delicate cotton—undergoes meticulous and careful cleaning, while discolored and dingy tile and grout regains its luster thanks to expert cleaning and color-sealing services. Along with everyday cleaning, WhiteGlove staffers help homeowners rebound from flooding with water-extraction and drying services, using industrial grade dehumidifiers, antimicrobial treatments, and infrared cameras to seek and destroy moisture.