Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Time to Clean the Carpets

If you live in Texas you know just how dirty your carpets can get, especially if you have kids running in and out of the how. Not to mention if you are a pet lover, weather it be a dog or cat you know the kind of odors that carpets pick up over time.

So listen up, if you live in the Austin, TX area you have a carpet and upholstery cleaning services Austin has had for more that 25 years. They are experts at what they do with experience to back it up. Not only does Steam Team clean carpets, but they do carpet odor removal Austin, ceramic floor tile cleaning Austin, carpet furniture cleaning Austin and mush, much more.

Living in the Austin area you know how storms can pop up and cause damaging flood, that's why the Steam Team is dedicated to 24 hours a day service for emergencies like water damage house Austin and hail storm damage Austin.


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