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Fayetteville Carpet Cleaner Joins Worldwide Event to Donate Free Cleaning
Successful cleaning businesses all over the world want to give back to their community. Cleaners around the globe will be donating their services to various charitable organizations this February 22, 2016. Hundreds of charities are already on the list to get free cleaning.
In Peachtree City, Georgia, Perfection Floor Care is donating free cleaning to the Midwest Food Bank as well as the Real Life Center.
Most of the charities getting free cleaning are shelter or housing related charities. Some of the charities being cleaned free are Ronald McDonald Houses, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, women's shelters, and drug rehabilitation facilities. These organizations often need competent cleaning services but their budgets are stretched too thin to be able to get cleaning done properly.
"There’s more to carpet cleaning than just making it look better," said Norman Koenighaus, owner of Perfection Floor Care in Fayetteville. "We all love great smelling, fresh, clean carpet. Everyone that works inside has their spirits lifted when it looks and smells clean. Maybe that’s because it’s healthier; not just for you, but the building as well. Today’s energy efficient buildings trap pollutants inside. Our indoor environment can be several times more polluted than outside. To keep the indoor environment healthy, the EPA recommends regular carpet cleaning." Norman goes on to say, "Non-profit organizations focus their efforts and resources on accomplishing their mission; serving the community. Often times, they can't afford carpet cleaning and professional floor care. This event was created to give as many non-profit charities as possible the gift of clean carpet and floors. Many of the participants in this global event run very successful cleaning businesses that our local communities support. So, we wanted to join in a project to help and support the communities that so graciously support us."
The group of cleaners that came up with this project simply wanted to give back to their community. Not part of any particular company or association, these are just various cleaning company owners all over the world who want to help better the community in which their company services. Through various cleaning industry forums, discussions boards, and Facebook pages, this project was born in December 2015. The group is hoping this project will touch many lives and become a yearly event.
Interlink Supply, one of the largest distributors of cleaning supplies in the world, is donating free cleaning products for companies who participate and share photos on Facebook. As well, other vendors related to the cleaning industry are helping with their time and resources.
If you know of a local housing related charitable organization that is in need of carpet cleaning or if you know a professional carpet cleaning company who may want to get involved with this project, let carpet cleaners know on this Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/cleanersgivingback. All recommendations of a non-profit charity will be considered based on availability of cleaners who are willing to donate in that area. Thank you for your continued support.