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Basic Carpet Cleaning

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House Carpet Cleaners

should be done every 1–2 weeks, and even more often in high traffic areas, such as entryways and living rooms.

Replace your vacuum bag regularly or empty the dust cup after each use. Don’t forget to replace the filters, too!

Quality Carpet Cleaners

If you are looking for quality carpet cleaning and experience give us a call today!

Everyone loves a freshly cleaned carpet. No matter the color and style of your carpet, we will take care of your carpet cleaning needs.

Residential & Commercial Carpet Cleaning

Special for Carpet Cleaning $39.00 per room  (2-Room minimum) Save Time! Order Online.

Special price requires a 3-room, 4-room, 5-room, or 6-room carpet cleaning service or a minimum total purchase of 2 rooms.

Deep Steam Carpet Cleaning is everything we know!

We have carpet cleaning units mounted on cutting-edge trucks that provide the power you need to truly clean your carpets.

What is included in your carpet cleaning services?

Carpet Cleaning $39.00 per room  (2-Room minimum)

  • Pro labor to clean an additional room (up to 250 square feet)
  • Areas include bedrooms, hallways, and closets among other household spaces
  • Moving of light furniture such as chairs, coffee tables & small couches.

Move Out/In Carpet Cleaning

  • Pre-Treatment Spots
  • Steam Clean Carpet Wall to Wall
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Basic Carpet Cleaning

  • Pre -Tratment Spots
  • Steam Carpet
  • Clean Around Furniture

Carpet Cleaners near me

We are very interested in your project and ultimately completing that job for you.

feel free to contact us at your earliest convenience at 214-317-1867 we are cleaners near me.

Professional Vacuum Service

Let us Maid in Allen remove most of your dry soil, pollen, bacteria and dust mites from your carpet.

Maid in Allen have a innovate HEPA filtration system that captures up to 99.97% of dust mites, pollen, bacteria and other particulates measuring 0.3 micron and larger.

Our PROFESSIONAL VACUUM service includes:

  1. Carpet inspection.
  2. Remove light furniture
  3. Dust and clean baseboards around your carpet.
  4. Thoroughly vacuum with a Super Coach HEPA vacuum machine.
  5. Apply deodorizer.

PRICING: For lightly or normally soiled carpets: 2 areas and attached hall – only $39.90 *each additional area – only $7.99

Spring Cleaning Price
$85/hour + tax (2 people, 2 hour minimum) $115 /hour + tax  (3 people, 2 hour minimum)

We can help you professionally vacuum your carpets, improving your health / hygiene, eliminating most trapped pollutants from your indoor environment, and reducing dust mite infestations… keeping your carpets looking clean, like new!

Basic Carpet Care Tips

Blot spots and stains immediately

Spots and spills are a fact of daily life, but when accidents happen, be sure to get things cleaned up right away. The longer a spot sits untreated, the harder it is to clean. In some cases, it can even lead to permanent damage.

To clean a spot, first blot it with a clean damp cloth to remove as much of the substance as possible.

Next, mix 1/4 cup of white vinegar with 1 Tbs of Dawn® dish soap in a large spray bottle and fill with warm water. Spray the area liberally and let soak for 5–10 minutes. Then blot (don’t rub!) with a clean dry towel until the stain is removed.

Of course, for bad spots or severe soiling, just give us a call!

Leave shoes at the door.

It’s amazing how much dust and dirt (not to mention other disgusting things) get tracked in on the bottoms of shoes. Make sure your family members and guests take their shoes off when they enter your home.

Four Fun Themed Movie Marathon Ideas

Who doesn’t love a good movie marathon when it’s wet or cold outside? With the right provisions, you can create a fun themed movie marathon that will make you completely forget the yucky weather outside. Check out some of these great tips to really make your movie day something special!

Wild, Wild West

Movie Suggestions: Toy Story 1, 2, and 3

Decorations: Have your little cowpokes cut cactuses and cowboy boots out of construction paper and hang them on the wall. Cut out the center of a large piece of poster board and decorate it to create a “wanted” poster. Have your kids hold up the poster and give their best bandit smile!

Food: Serve up sloppy Joes, hamburgers, or hot dogs along with some baked beans to make your movie marathon the rootinest, tootinest one in town!

It’s a Jungle Out There!

Movie Suggestions: The Jungle Book, Tarzan, and The Emperor’s New Groove

Decorations: Head to the local craft store and pick up some animal print fabric pieces. Drape them over a few chairs set around some comfy pillows to make a cool animal-print blanket fort.

Food: Prepare “Zebra Kisses” by placing a striped Hershey’s Kiss in the center of a bite-sized pretzel and pop it in the microwave for a few seconds until it melts.

For a healthier option, cut up some kiwi, bananas, and orange slices. Arrange the banana into a tree trunk with clusters of orange at the bottom (as bushes) and the kiwi on top (for leaves), and you’ll have yourself some jungle-themed fruit trays!

Under the Sea!

Movie Suggestions: The Little Mermaid, Finding Nemo, and Finding Dory

Decorations: Hang blue, white, and teal balloons from the ceiling or tape them to the walls to give your living room a bubbly appearance. Tape blue plastic table cloths to the windows or drape small sections over lampshades to give the entire room a bluish underwater feel.

Food: Serve up some peanut butter and “jellyfish” sandwiches. Use a cookie cutter to cut them into the shape of a star. You can also make some macaroni and cheese using shell noodles.

Monsters and Robots

Movie Suggestions: Wall-E, Monster’s Inc., and Robots

Decorations: Set the mood by cutting different colored pieces of construction paper into gears and placing them all over the walls.

You can also build your own robots by wrapping different sized boxes in aluminum foil and stacking a few on top of one another. Cut out eyes, nose, a mouth, and various gears to glue to your robot to bring him to life!

Food: For snacks, grab some licorice for “wires,” Rice Krispies™ Treats for “battery cells,” and a bowl of multi-colored veggie chips that you can pretend are “computer chips.

Healthy Living: Toning Your Arms and Legs

Do you often find yourself doing the same few exercises when you work out? Do you ever skip out on the gym because you’re unsure what kind of workout to do once you get there?

If you find yourself in a rut or in need of some exercises, check out these great arm and leg exercises to help you change up your routine and start the year off right.

We’ve included descriptions on a couple of the exercises listed below, but if you’re new to these types of moves and aren’t sure what to do, look them up online to see photos or watch short videos to see how they should be performed.

Arm Exercises

  • Bicep Curls
  • Overhead Tricep Extension

Start by holding a dumbbell over your head with your palms toward the ceiling. Keeping your upper arms close to your head, bend your arms so the dumbbell goes behind your head until your forearms touch your biceps. Then, use your triceps to extend your arms back to the starting position.

  • Dips
  • Chest Press
  • Elbow Plank

Bonus: This exercise also works your core!

  • Military Press

Start with one dumbbell in each hand at shoulder height on either side of your head. Rotate your wrists so your palms are facing forward. Push the dumbbells up above your head until they touch at the top, and slowly lower them back to the start.

Leg Exercises

  • Leg Extensions
  • Hamstring Leg curls
  • Curtsey Squats

Start with your legs shoulder width apart and step your left leg back and across to the right. Squat so your right thigh is parallel with the ground. Switch legs and repeat.

  • Pistol Squats

Start with your arms straight out in front of you at shoulder level. Raise your right leg off the floor about 6 inches in front of you and slowly lower your body as far down as you can. Be sure to work both legs!

  • Lunges
  • Step Ups

Hold a dumbbell in each hand and stand in front of a knee-high step. Step forward on the platform with one leg and pick your body up using that leg. Step back with either leg to return to the floor.