I don’t know where these past months have gone, but spring is finally here! This means getting dirty and down to business with household cleaning. I honestly haven’t had to do too much spring cleaning, considering I moved a few months ago. I guess I did a lot of my “cleaning” when I got rid of a lot of things that I no longer wanted or needed. However, I love to clean my home every other day, making sure it stays neat and tidy. That can sometimes be a never-ending job when you have children, though. Even though I make sure that my home stays up to par with cleaning, there are still things that lie beneath the surface that calls for the professionals, such as carpet cleaning! Everything looks good right now, but it will definitely need a touch up every now and then.
Despite their good intentions and best efforts, Americans doing their spring cleaning might make the home look or smell better on the surface, but vacuuming and cleaning machines only remove some of the dirt, dust and particulates that cause allergic reactions. In a recent national poll commissioned by Stanley Steemer, the nation’s largest deep cleaning service, nearly half of 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.
To combat this difficult allergy season this spring plus truly make your homes clean, consumers should 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? Check out the Stanley Steemer van and crew as they visited fellow blogger Corine Ingrassia’s home of Complicated Mama.
Disclosure: The gift certificate, information, and additional gift pack have been provided by Stanley Steemer through MyBlogSpark.