InstaDRY is proud to announce that today is our third year of being in business. When we started, we had a few things in mind.
That a good cleaning job will extend the life of the floors and improve indoor air quality.
Customers are always first and we will make ourselves available for them at all times.
We will always leave the best memories behind.
The team we assembled is truly the most talented in Central Florida and dedicated to all of our clients. We cannot be anymore grateful for the amazing work they have done to get us to this point.
Most of all, we cannot be anymore excited about the clients for InstaDRY. Thank you for allowing us to come into your home or business performing the services we provide. Your constant feedback (good or bad) has been very valuable in our daily training.
Please keep following us on our blogs and social media for updates to our service. Going into our 4th year, we have many awesome new things happening!!!
We were very excited to make friends with Pookie’s Pet Nutrition and Bow Wow Bakery this year! Also, being invited to their Winter RescueFest this year was a blast! Not only people were showing up to adopt a pet, but others showed up with their pets as well. Talking to the pet owners was difficult; there were other playmates, treats, and toys. It was pet heaven! The dogs were dragging their owner from booth to booth like a kid running from toy store to toy store during Christmas. Some had entertaining ways to get people’s attention at the event.
On the side note, our hearts goes out to neglected and/or abused animals. This event was a reminder of all the innocent/awesome pets who needs to be adopted. We were recently informed that there at least 55 pets rescued at RescueFest 2013. We hope this event will help at least twice more than already reported pets will find a new home!
Let’s face it, pets can be just like kids. They will be very good until you leave. We had a dog growing up who was allowed on the couch until my father came home. My father tried his best to enforce the dog was not allowed on the couch. This was very entertaining. When she noticed my father’s car drive up the driveway, she jumped off the couch and pretended to be sleeping. Then my father would be upset seeing the black fur on the beige fabric. But for some people, pets can really ruin their furniture or fine delicate rugs.
On some recent jobs, we saw a really cool trick to keep the dog or cat off of that really nice sofa or other areas of the house. Those disposable aluminum pans at the grocery store is an affordable great training aid for that purpose. They are uncomfortable for the pets to walk on and the pans make an unpleasant noise. Some pets won’t take long to associate their experience in staying away from that area.