After the winter and spring we “enjoyed” in Arlington, chances are your carpet, rugs, upholstery and wood floors took a weather beating.
If you pay attention and look closely, you will notice the colors are muted, the fabrics are stained but, worst of all, there are things deep in the fibers you can’t see but are possible menaces to your health and your family’s health.
Luckily USA Clean Master is around the corner, and has been for more than 10 years. One phone call or email to their Crystal Drive office summons the arrival of a team of licensed and certified technicians who bring the latest in deep-cleaning technology to your door.
“We are very well known in Arlington because we have been involved in the community there for so long,” says USA Clean Master commercial division manager Yael Goldshmid.
Goldshmid says just vacuuming carpets and rugs doesn’t do the job. USA Clean Master will use high-temperature steam to “basically kill everything” and loosen the dried mud and hidden grime; the steaming is followed up with high-pressure vacuuming, the likes of which your top-of-the-line vacuum cleaner can’t come close to matching. Then they dry the carpet before departing.
For high traffic areas, Goldshmid says steam or deep cleaning should be done every six months, but otherwise once a year usually suffices for the typical Arlington household.
As for those wood floors, USA Clean Master will perform a restoration process to bring the wood back to its natural gloss.
High pressure tile and grout cleaning are also on the menu of services available from USA Clean Master, as well as water extraction, air duct cleaning, marble floor polishing, pick up and delivery of area rugs and upholstery refreshing and stain removal.
Goldshmid says calling 202-558-2102 for an estimate is the easiest and fastest way to summon USA Clean Master, but for an idea of what it might cost to have your home restored to pre-winter condition, use the estimating calculator on the USA Clean Master website.
The preceding was a promoted post written by Buzz McClain and sponsored by USA Clean Master.
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