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Who likes dirt? I sure don’t! Despite your best intentions for cleaning this spring, you should not have to do it alone. Cleaning more than 200 tons of dirt last year, Stanley Steemer knows dirt! Call the experts at Stanley Steemer and let them help you achieve that deeper level of clean in your home this season.
Not just for carpet cleaning, Stanley Steemer’s expertise extends to hardwood, tile, air ducts, water damage restoration, and more! Despite their good intentions and best efforts, Americans doing their spring cleaning might make the home look or smell better on the surface. Still, 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.
- 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.
I decided to have Stanley Steemer clean our dryer vent, we purchased a kit about six years ago, and that is also the last time our ducts were cleaned! This was our first time using Stanley Steemer. The two gentlemen that came made sure to put up corner blockers to protect the edges and a door cover to prevent the front door from swinging open. It took about an hour and a half, but our vents have quite a few “turns” in them, so they had a more challenging time getting the lint out.
I didn’t see the buildup, but he said there were a few inches all away around the vent. Yuck! When they were finished, they made sure everything was cleaned and that the dryer worked properly. After they left, I did a load of laundry, and boy, did that sure help! The clothes were dryer faster. Plus, the kids always leave paper in their pockets, which of course, crumble into thousands of bits that get sucked into the lint catcher, but I know it doesn’t catch them all. So now I don’t have to worry about the dryer catching fire! I am definitely going to be getting this done at least once a year; it is well worth the money!