Valentine’s Day is a time for romantic love. It’s a time to pull out all the stops to show your significant other just how much you value them. It’s a time for chocolates and flowers and candle-lit dinners and gooey-eyed glances across the restaurant dinner table.
If you’re married with small children, however, Valentine’s Day is none of those things mentioned previously. Rather, Valentine’s Day for married people with small children means running after your toddlers to keep them from drawing on the wall again, or dropping a brimming full diaper bomb on the carpet and stepping on it.
Clearly, Valentine’s Day is observed differently depending on your life situation.
If you can’t treat yourself to a romantic Valentine’s Day this year, perhaps you can instead treat yourself to a house cleaning holiday. Rather than chocolates, maybe have your house professionally cleaned. Rather than buying flowers, call in an expert carpet cleaning service. Rather than a romantic dinner, why not call in the house cleaning and carpet cleaning professionals at ServiceMaster Restoration & Cleaning Services by Skip? We’re your local house cleaning and carpet cleaning professionals who readily serve the communities of Genoa and Cortland, Illinois and surrounding areas.
When it comes to our carpet cleaning services, we conduct a thorough inspection of your carpets to identify spots and stains that require special attention. We hand treat those problem areas with soil lifters and spot removers and repeat the process if necessary. We then use industry leading carpet cleaning materials and equipment to give your carpets a deep, thorough cleaning. We follow that by performing another inspection to ensure your carpets are clean to our satisfaction, and yours as well. In other words, we treat your carpets with the loving attention to detail that befits a Valentine’s Day carpet cleaning.
Treat yourself to a Valentine’s Day house cleaning and carpet cleaning holiday. Give the professionals at ServiceMaster Restoration & Cleaning Services by Skip a call. After all, you’ve earned a Valentine’s Day cleaning break.