This is a photo of David Snell who is the owner and operator of Executive Restoration cleaning carpet and area rugs. He has his health back and he is going like an energizer bunny and he has much to be thankful for.
Did you know that David Snell started out cleaning carpet and furniture with a $150.00 machine that he bought from Kmart, back in 1987, that he had to hook up to the kitchen sink for water to clean carpet with. He then got into portable carpet cleaners and then truck mount carpet cleaning units. He has done his fair share of carpet cleaning and furniture cleaning and then into water extractions for water damage and then he got into structural dry outs. He is returning to all of this and more.
David has a real passion for Mold Inspections and Mold Removal though. Although he is back into doing so many different things now.
Did you know if your carpet and furniture are not dried out properly from carpet and furniture cleaning or from a leak and water damage that you can get Mold and you will need a Mold Remediation also known as Mold Removal. Make sure your carpet and area rugs and furniture are completely dry and throughly dry or else you could have and get Mold. Mold is some thing we do not want nor do we need this. Mold can be prevented and so many people need to make sure that when they clean carpet and furniture, that the carpets and furniture are dried out with air movers or fans to help boost the drying time.
This is David Snell cleaning and getting his exercise. He loves what he does and he will continue cleaning. A clean home is a safer home. Clean carpet and furniture are so much better to have that dirty carpet and furniture.
When carpet cleaning, make sure you prespray first and then flush the cleaner out with a hot water extraction if possible. Kind of like getting a shower and first getting wet and then lathering up first with soap and then rinsing off all the soap to be and feel cleaner.
For more information and to see Davids reviews, go to his web site or look for all of his testimonials on line.
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