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Nothing says "clean" quite like fresh carpets, spotless upholstery, and gleaming floors from ServiceMaster Action Clean. We work to your specifications and guarantee the job is done right or we do it over. Fresh carpets, spotless upholstery and gleaming floors are the perfect way to give that clean feeling to your home or business. ServiceMaster Action clean is ready to meet and exceed your expections. We'll do it right or we'll do it over!
- How We Care for Your Carpets
- How We Care for Your Upholstered Furniture
- How We Care for Your Hard Floors
- Preliminary inspection of your carpets to determine the best cleaning method
- Pre-treatment of spots and stains
- Pre-application of cleaning products to loosen ground-in soil
- Rinsing your carpet with clear hot water
- Post-treatment of any residual stains
- Carpet grooming for efficient drying and a uniform appearance
- Placing pads under furniture legs to protect the carpet while it dries
- Final inspection with you to ensure your complete satisfaction
How We Care for Your TILE AND GROUT Our Tile and Grout cleaning process is designed to effectively remove dirt and restore the appearance of your ceramic and porcelain tile. Keeping grout clean can be a daunting task for any home owner. Dirt can be trapped over time in porous grout lines which can result in tile that appears dull and sullied. We work hard to get your grout looking its best with our six-step tile and grout cleaning process. The ServiceMaster Action Clean process is effective on both porcelain and ceramic tile providing ideal cleanliness for countertops, floors, kitchens, baths and all tiles areas of your home. The ServiceMaster Action Clean Tile and Grout Cleaning process includes:
- A preliminary inspection of your tiled areas is conducted to assess the best cleaning method
- Spots and stains are pre-sprayed using our proprietary green cleaning product
- Dirt and ground-in soil are removed with high pressure cleaning that also rinses and extracts excess water
- Corners and baseboards are carefully cleaned
- Tiled areas are efficiently dried
- Grout lines are sealed to preserve cleanliness and prevent long term damage (optional)
The kids are out of school and the traffic level in your home is bound to increase dramatically, leading to unwelcome wear and tear.
- Mats Matter: You'd be amazed how much dirt a sturdy nylon mat will catch. Put one at each doorway. They are reasonably priced and can be found at any of the major discount superstores in the house wares department. Spend a little extra on a larger one to cover the area where kids enter the most. Teach them immediately that the first step in the house after playing outside is where the dirt comes off! Or, make a rule that that's where all shoes are removed.
- Delegating Will Hurt You More Than It Hurts Them: One of the main reasons Mom doesn't get enough help around the house is because it's painful to delegate chores. We all want things done "our way." However, letting go and allowing kids to have responsibilities is important all throughout life, and gives them a feeling of accomplishment. Assign chores around age group. Let children know that two or three jobs around the house belong to them. They will take pride in these jobs if their efforts are met with praise.
- Ages 8 - 12: These kids are ready for some real chores. The last person in the shower in the morning should be handed a spray-on bath cleaner with a little abrasive in it. Steam helps loosen dirt, so once they're finished, show them how to spray tile in the shower. After they've brushed their teeth, they can quickly go over the tile with a sponge kept under the sink.
- Ages 3 - 8: Even at this tender age it's not too early to develop routine and habits that could last a lifetime. When a child is through playing in a certain area, part of his or her routine should be to put his or her toys away. One idea is to build some benches in the rec room that open to hold toys. Also, large rubber bins are available at discount superstores in a variety of colors and models. Label them with stickers that are lively and that can show a child what goes where.
- Does Clutter Make You Shudder? Clutter is inevitable when kids are out of school. They come home with some of the most amazing items. Rather than have feelings hurt by tossing out their precious work, go to your same discount superstore and buy under the bed storage boxes. Let the kids decide what work they'd like to save - special projects they are proud of - and have them save them in these boxes.
- My Child, the Artist: When kids bring home artwork, display the really good pieces on the refrigerator with colorful magnets. Decide what the lifespan will be for each picture - then if it should be saved in a box or not. And when the little darlings use your walls for a canvas, use concentrated dishwashing soap to clean the crayon marks.
- Make Family Time Chore Time: Designate a time each week where the family can sit together in the kitchen or den and visit about what's happening at school, work, etc. Each person can be handling a task during the discussion such as polishing silver, folding laundry or organizing a drawer.
- Don't get Shocked: A portable hairdryer really comes in handy for quick dust jobs like cobwebs. Teach the older kids these shortcuts, but remember to also teach them about safety with electric devices. This is a good time for them to learn these facts.
- Hello, Mr. Dustbuster: Another great appliance that older kids can handle. With summer comes major crumbs from snacks. Let the kids know right away that you do not want to find any evidence of their snacks around when you come home from work. Have large garbage cans lined with bags accessible in the kitchen.
- But Mom . . . But nothing: Let the kids know that their areas, bedrooms and bathrooms are their responsibility. Buy each one their own set of cleaning tools, and let them know they are to use them before any play time. Go to an office supply store and purchase desk trays and pencil holders to reduce clutter in their rooms. The trays can be marked "homework to be done" and "completed homework" to avoid morning panic over lost papers. By third grade, kids should be held responsible for these items.
- Chore Charts: One of the best ways to start off younger kids. There are commercial ones available or, you can easily make one with a poster board. Have them on a bulletin board with each child's name and chores listed. Have them check off their chores when they've finished. You can also use the "gold star" system for a super job.
- Heavy Duty Day: Set aside one time slot a week for a heavy duty chore. Older kids can tackle one of their own, like window cleaning. Use a spray bottle of commercial cleaner, or fill one with vinegar and water. Give them soft cloths or old diapers and teach them the proper way to wash windows streak-free. (Use cotton cloth to dry for this.) Younger kids can help Mom and Dad turn mattresses, clean blinds or wash walls. Getting them involved early is the key.