If you live in Charlotte NC or surrounding areas YOU KNOW that one of the biggest decisions you will ever make involve whom you invite into your home?
No, we aren’t speaking of dinner guests or your next son or daughter- in- law. Yes, they are important… but what we are speaking of is something you might do without giving it much thought.
What is it? Inviting a service company into your home. You have to do it from time to time. But you need to be extra careful of whom you invite. Remember, this is your home, your private domain, and you want only the best.
Sad to say, many service companies today are a disappointment when it comes to providing customers what they really need and want: Good, quality workmanship combined with top-notch customer service.
Your choice in a carpet cleaner or water damage restoration pro should be the best choice.
What should you expect when you hire a cleaning or restoration company to enter your home and do work for you?
The Top Three
1. Quality work: When you call a company to do work for you, it is assumed they will do what they say they will do, such as clean the carpet, clean the tile and grout, or remove the water that flooded your basement.
2. On time: They say they will be there between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. but if they are there at 2 p.m., what does that do to your schedule? A reputable company will be on time and respect your own schedule.
3. Appearance: A quality cleaning and restoration company should look like professionals. Anyone coming into your home should make you feel comfortable. After all, if they can’t keep their trucks and technicians cleaned up, can you expect them to really clean up your home?
After all, it is your home. When looking for the best in cleaning and restoration, remember you deserve the absolute best!
Call a quality cleaning and restoration pro!
Call Us Mae's Carpet Cleaning (704) 904-2964
Here at Mae's carpet cleaning in Charlotte NC we love to engage in small conversations with our customers wile we are cleaning, and we see that everyone is concerned about better health. how we shop for healthy foods. How we take our vitamins. Visit our doctor on a regular basis. We drink filtered water. What we might not appreciate is the value of filtered air.
How do you effectively filter the air in your home? You are right… changing the filters in your furnace system on a regular, scheduled basis. If you wait too long, you know it because the filter is just so darned dirty. It makes a mess when you change it. So you vow to do it more often, and maybe you even put it on your wall calendar so you don’t forget or set it up in your smart devices. You might even pick up a better quality filter, such as one that uses HEPA standards.
But what about the biggest filter in your home? Wonder what it is? Just look down… if you have carpet, that’s the filter that often gets ignored. If you don’t have much carpet, odds are you have area rugs covering those hard floors. Those area rugs are filters, too.
Carpet in a home is a protection for you, because it traps all kinds of allergens that can be the bane of asthma sufferers. Carpet is a filter and, like all filters, has to be either changed or cleaned. It’s not practical to change your carpet every year or so (heck, no one could afford that!) but you can — and should -- have your carpets cleaned.
Remember, allergens are very light and float in the air, and are respiratory concerns, especially for allergy and asthma sufferers. Carpet helps to keep those particulates to a minimum.
There are many documented studies about how homes and facilities, such as schools, are healthier because of carpet and regular cleaning schedules.
So enjoy your carpet… and have it cleaned by your favorite carpet cleaning pro!
Call Mae's carpet cleaning in Charlotte NC @ 704-904-2964 or visite us www.maescarpetcleaning.com
Hi, my name is Juan Dominguez. I'm the owner and operator of Mae's Carpet Cleaning. I have been in business since 1998. I have seen it all, just name it. With my experience and continued education, I have been put in a position where I am capable and would love to share what I know with you.