Carpet Cleaning Near North Side – ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons Chicago
ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons Provides Quality, Professional Carpet Cleaning Services to Residents and Business-owners of Chicago’s Near North Side Community
The Near North Side holds some of Chicago’s biggest tourist attractions, including Navy Pier, the Magnificent Mile, the Chicago Water Tower, and Loyola University Museum of Art. Each year, the city sees almost 46.2 million visitors. That’s an exorbitant amount of foot traffic going in and out of attractions, schools, retail spaces, and office buildings every day!
ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons provides Carpet Cleaning for Near North Side buildings, from office spaces to apartments to government facilities. To maintain your carpets, you should have a professional come in and perform a deep carpet cleaning every 6-12 months. Though there are many DIY methods, a professional knows exactly how to treat each type of carpet fiber and stain to return your carpeting to like-new condition.
Our carpet cleaning technicians are certified by the IICRC in experience and knowledge. Each carpet cleaning project follows the tried and tested method developed by ServiceMaster Clean®:
- Thorough inspection and pre-treatment
- Application of cleaning solution to loosen ground-in dirt
- Complete rinse with clean, hot water
- Secondary treatment of any remaining stains
- Grooming of fibers for a quick-dry and uniform appearance
- Final walkthrough to guarantee satisfaction
When you call ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons for carpet cleaning in Near North Side, Chicago, you are calling a company that you can trust. Whether you are looking for a routine cleaning or need restorative carpet cleaning after fire or water damage, we can help with it all. Contact ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons today!
ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons also provides carpet cleaning in and around the area of Near North Side, including Old Town, Goose Island, River North, West Town, Bridgeport, Streeterville, and the Magnificent Mile.