Veteran’s Day is Sunday, November 11th.* From coast to coast, Americans are honoring these valiant veterans. With floats and parades, programs and concerts, patriots all over the USA are paying a debt of gratitude. And the city of Grand Prairie is no exception. Grand Prairie has a special ceremony planned to honor the men and women who have sacrificed so much to protect our country and freedoms. The event will begin at 2p.m., Sunday, November 11 at the Veterans Memorial in Grand Prairie (925 Conover Dr.) There will be a flyover, bagpipes, a 21-gun salute and lunch following the ceremony. For more information, call 972-237-8100 or visit www.GrandFunGP.com.
When a city, like Grand Prairie, begins to plan for such a commemorative event, they go to great lengths to put on a quality presentation. And when they roll out the red carpet, it has to look exceptionally sharp.
The same is true when you plan for an office or house party. Organizing a large gathering requires a great deal of time preparing for the event. But with a crowd of any size, there is always the possibility of major spills. A knocked over tub of partially melted ice can create quite a sizeable pool of water. In this situation, it’s important to respond quickly. Water extraction is crucial to preserving the carpet, as well as preventing the growth of mold.
Not sure whether you should call a professional or do it yourself? If the spill is a significant amount of water, it’s best to hire trained, extraction professionals to take care of your carpet.
The good news is this: a phone call to Dr. Clean Carpet will have our water extraction specialists on their way. Our technicians work quickly to remove the excess water from you carpet.
While we hope all of your celebrations are joyous, should there be any significant spills, Dr. Clean Carpet is glad to provide you, Grand Prairie and all of the DFW area with the best in water extraction services.
*(The crew at Dr. Clean Carpet would like to extend our humble gratitude to all the veterans who have served our country. Thank you for keeping America the home of the free and brave!)