As the holidays approach, many of us start to think about all the things we need to do in order to get our homes ready for guests. We dust off the cobwebs, scrub the floors, and declutter every room. However, we often forget about one of the most important parts of preparing for holiday visitors: getting our carpets cleaned.
A clean carpet is essential for creating a welcoming environment for your guests. It sends a signal that you care about their comfort and want them to feel at home. Furthermore, a clean carpet helps to create a healthy environment by reducing the amount of dust, dirt, and allergens in the air.
If you’re worried about fitting carpet cleaning into your already hectic holiday schedule, don’t be. The professionals at Chem-Dry can clean your carpets quickly and efficiently, with minimal disruption to your busy life. So if you want to make sure your home is truly holiday-ready, don’t forget to add carpet cleaning to your list of preparations.
Free Up Space In Your Busy Holiday Schedule
The chaos of the holidays can be a major pain point for many people. While it means more time with friends and family, there are also other things to take care of that might not get done during this busy period- like chores!
Our professional carpet cleaning service will take care of your floors so you can focus on important things like spending time with friends and family. We offer an hour or two turnarounds, depending on what type of work needs to be done in order to make sure that we’re thorough enough for any situation!
Plus, our Hot Carbonating Extraction (HCE) process uses significantly less water than steam cleaning, meaning your carpets will quickly dry and be ready to enjoy. This efficiency makes our services convenient at any time of the year, but it is especially appreciated in the midst of the holiday prep process.
Have we convinced you to cross carpet cleaning off of your holiday prep list sooner rather than later? Simply call (412) 262-2234 to connect with a Chem-Dry technician in Pittsburgh and surrounding areas.