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Have you just bought a property or taken over a lease? Or do you need to cross off a few things before renting a property out? Like getting the carpets cleaned? We will do it!
With more than 20 years up our sleeves expertly cleaning carpets in Youngehurst. No project is too complicated for us.
Most landlords and real estate agents are confident in the quality of our move in carpet cleaning service. We come highly recommended by several companies in town and routinely get referral business in this manner. You can never be too sure how your property was cleaned before the keys were turned over to you when you move in.
It’s ideal to get rid of any remaining spots and stains on the property’s carpets before you bring in the furniture.
No matter how many times we’ve done move in carpet cleaning in the past, we still get surprised by how much dirt we clean. Despite that, we would still get informed the carpets had been ‘cleaned professionally’ before our clients moved in.
It is uncertain if by ‘expert cleaning’ they implied an authentic deep steam cleaning or just someone with a $50 vacuum. Professionally cleaning the carpets before moving in isn’t just about them looking clean. There will be allergens you can’t see that are lingering in the carpet strands. This can trigger allergies or give you rashes.
There might also be pet urine stains that were left uncleaned. This carries bacteria that is harmful to your health. There could also be dust mites or even molds lingering in the carpet. All of these can’t be seen by the naked eye.
Following the same logic as people who have second-hand furniture cleaned, carpets also need to be cleaned. It may look clean but it doesn’t really mean it’s really clean.
More so, if you have kids who would most likely lay down on the floor. It is important to make sure your carpets are always clean.
Why not give us a call today on (289) 312-0067 and speak to one of our friendly staff right now to get your service booked in?