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SOURCE: Doug's Mighty Clean, Inc.
Entertaining family and friends during the Super Bowl causes dirty and worn floors; deep cleaning right away makes it an easier job.
Plano, TX (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
After the Super Bowl, carpets and floors can be dirty and worn from all the traffic of friends and family. Doug’s Mighty Clean, a top quality carpet cleaning company since 1994, offers several solutions to cleaning up the mess leftover from Super Bowl festivities. Cleaning up right away ensures unsightly stains won’t set in, and be more difficult to clean. Doug’s can clean, deep vacuum, repair, and re-stretch damaged carpets.
Doug’s well trained carpet cleaning specialists use top quality equipment and materials in a five-step dry cleaning process that takes less than an hour to dry (in most cases):
Floors aren’t the only high traffic areas during game day. Upholstery often sees an equal share of abuse from foods and drinks. Doug’s cleans upholstery and removes stains from sofas and chairs.
After the house-guests have left and the parties are over, it’s also a good time to clean dryer vents. Buildup from the extra use during the holidays can cause inefficiency and can be a fire-safety concern. Doug’s Mighty Clean can clean the dryer vents, preventing fires and returning dryers to their maximum efficiency.
About the company:
Doug’s Mighty Clean services the Dallas/Fort Worth area. In 1993, owner Doug Trumbull, started Doug’s Mighty Clean in Plano, offering high-quality carpet cleaning services. In 2009, Mighty Clean received a Best of Plano Award for the Carpet and Rug Cleaners category from the U.S. Commerce Association. Services include Carpet Cleaning, Upholstery Cleaning, Air Duct Cleaning, Dryer Vent Cleaning and Tile/Grout Cleaning. You’ve never seen clean until you’ve seen Doug’s Mighty Clean.
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