Well, you rang in the New Year and welcomed in 2015 with popped champagne corks, noisy party favors, and awkward kisses that you’ll be trying to forget about for the next year. You woke up the next day and started the long process of cleaning up your house from the previous evening’s festivities.
Drinks were spilled and food was dropped, and there was a minor food fight in the dining room where cake is now stuck to the wall and ground into your carpets.
With or without a New Year’s celebration, carpets can take a beating this time of year what with tracking in snow and salt. Carpet cleaning can be a substantial undertaking if you want to resurrect the look and feel of your carpets to something resembling the day they were new.
If you really want your carpets to have the brightness, freshness and feel they had when they were new, you need the know-how, materials, and equipment to do it right. Household vacuums and steam cleaners can only do so much when it comes to going after the real ground-in stains and dirt. Besides, most people in and around Genoa and Cortland don’t have access to an industrial caliber cleaning system.
Thankfully, you do have access to ServiceMaster Restoration & Cleaning Services by Skip. We’re carpet cleaning and upholstery cleaning professionals with 20 years of cleaning services expertise. We utilize the necessary carpet cleaning materials and equipment to give your carpets a deep, revitalizing clean that you’ll enjoy for months afterwards.
We rely on a thorough process of pre-cleaning, spot cleaning, and deep carpet cleaning to pull the life back into your carpeting and upholstery. We have the training and experience necessary to give your home’s carpeting the attention to detail you deserve. Don’t tackle a tough New Year’s carpet cleaning project without first calling the carpet cleaning experts at ServiceMaster Restoration & Cleaning Services by Skip. In addition to providing professional carpet cleaning in Genoa and Cortland, IL, we also serve the communities of DeKalb, Sandwich, and Sycamore, IL.