Spring arrives in perfect sync with that moment when cabin fever has you itching to get outside. It’s an arrival that has you opening your windows and getting down and dirty with an arsenal of cleaning tools renewing the inside of your house from top to bottom. And then you learn that there’s dirt below the surface. The dust and particles that cause allergic reactions and dirt still remain.
We moved a year ago. When we arrived with our boxes, the reality was the place needed to be cleaned. Scoured. We cleaned for two weeks and still it needed more. We vacuumed daily and rented a carpet cleaner. We decided, in our exhausted state, it was time to call in the professionals.
In a recent national poll commissioned by Stanley Steemer, the nation’s largest deep cleaning service, nearly 50 percent of all respondents predicted spending less than four hours total on this year’s spring cleaning. But only 19 percent reported having ever used a professional for cleaning.
The choice of having a professional carpet cleaner come in was our best choice. After we painted and scoured the carpets still remained. Now, a year later and with allergies running amuck and to truly make your home clean, I encourage you to consider a deeper cleaning twice a year by the professionals at Stanley Steemer.
- Not just for carpet cleaning, Stanley Steemer’s expertise extends to hardwood, tile, air ducts, water damage restoration, and more!
- Stanley Steemer’s proprietary equipment and cleaning processes remove more than 98% of dry soil from floors
- With over 70 branches and 220 franchise locations in 48 states, Stanley Steemer services 95% of the country
Want to see Stanley Steemer in action? Recently the Stanley Steemer van and crew visited fellow blogger, Corine Ingrassia’s, home of Complicated Mama:
It’s pretty incredible; isn’t it?
Let’s get Spring Cleaning wrapped up so we can get on to the summer!
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