Purchased or leased a new property and are thinking of moving in the near future? Or possibly you’re renting out a place and require carpet cleaning before the new tenants move in. We're here to help you!
With more than 20 years up our sleeves expertly cleaning carpets in Baycrest, N.Y.. No project is too complicated for us.
Various real estate agents have partnered with us. Aside from hiring us for move in carpet cleaning, they also highly-recommend us to their clients. Whenever you’re moving into a new property, it’s always hard to tell if it was properly cleaned properly before getting the keys.
It’s ideal to get rid of any remaining spots and stains on the property’s carpets before you bring in the furniture.
We still get surprised by the amount of dirt we get every time we do move in carpet cleaning, no matter how many times we’ve done it in the past. On the other hand, it will still be insisted to us that prior to the tenants moving in, the carpets in the property were ‘professionally cleaned’.
There's no real way to detect if the carpets were deep steam cleaned or the landlord simply had somebody clean it with a common vacuum cleaner. Having an expert clean your carpets should be more than just making it look clean. Allergens that are not obvious to the naked eye can be present in the carpet strands. This can trigger any sensitivities you may have. You could also get rashes on the skin.
If there are old pet urine stains in the carpet then dangerous bacteria can spread through your new home. Almost certainly, molds and parasites can be dwelling in the property carpets. These are often unrecognizable because they're invisible.
Getting your property carpets cleaned before moving in is equivalent to cleaning used furniture before use. Not everything that looks clean, is clean.
More so, if you have kids who would most likely lay down on the floor. It is important to make sure your carpets are always clean.
Why not give us a call today on (631) 212-0900 and speak to one of our friendly staff right now to get your service booked in?