3 Facts You Didnt Know about Carpetuash’s Upcoming Carpet Cleaning Service

Carpetuash releases 3 previously unpublished facts about its upcoming Rug and Carpet Cleaning service launch. Further information can be found at http://carpetuash.com/ar/little-rock/.

Little Rock, United States - October 12, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Ahead of the launch of its new Rug and Carpet Cleaning service in Little Rock Arkansas, Carpetuash is making public 3 as yet unreleased facts about the service, set to go live Monday 16 Oct, which fans and consumers within the Cleaning space will find interesting…

The 3 items include nuggets such as how:

The idea for creating the Rug and Carpet Cleaning service came about after The company learned from a survey that people want a quality carpet cleaning service, but dont know how to find a company that uses safe cleaning products, have a proven track record, have affordable rates and a great customer service….

Carpetuash almost wasn’t able to bring their Carpet Cleaning service to see the light of day, when the business ran out of money to invest in a new location. There are already many rug and carpet cleaning businesses in Arkansas, why would homeowners want to try a new cleaning service?. The problem was overcome in a team brainstorming session and things took a complete different route, instead of providing a new carpet cleaning service, the goal is to help homeowners find a quality carpet cleaning service around their area and get their feedback or review from the service they got..

The Rug and Carpet Cleaning assistant service will be released as part of Carpetuash’s greater plans to Help customers get the best quality safe cleaning service and avoid the hassle of trying low quality companies that provide an awful service, that could harm their carpets with the use of toxic substances.. It’s hoped this goal will be achieved on launch day and on every cleaning job.

Carpetuash got it’s start when Founder Richard G. Centeno noticed a growing need for Better Cleaning Service. With The Founder had 3 years of prior experience in the market prior experience in the Cleaning world, Richard G. Centeno decided to go ahead and start in 2016.

Richard G. Centeno is quoted saying: “We like to stay in touch with our customers by phone or email and get their feedback to improve our service and releasing these little factoids ahead of our Rug and Carpet Cleaning service launch are what makes a difference.”

Carpetuash’s Rug and Carpet Cleaning service is set to launch Monday 16 Oct. To find out more about Carpetuash and the new service, it’s possible to visit http://carpetuash.com/ar/little-rock/

Contact Info:
Name: Richard G. Centeno
Organization: Carpetuash
Address: 415 N McKinley St # 200, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205, United States

For more information, please visit http://carpetuash.com/ar/little-rock/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 247483

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