How You Can Give Back this Arbor Day: How Zerorez is Committed to Help Plant 1,000 New Trees for Arbor Day
This article about how you can give back this arbor day is presented by Zerorez.
Zerorez is Doing Their Part to Give Back this Arbor Day
Zerorez Carpet Cleaning is doing its part this Arbor Day to help promote a greener, more eco-friendly environment. For every appointment scheduled now until the end of April, the local carpet cleaning service will make a donation to The Arbor Day Foundation to help plant a new tree.
The business hopes to surpass last years number of participants to ensure they reach 1000 new tree donations. With this partnership, Zerorez hopes to reiterate the importance of an eco-friendly lifestyle and encourage others to get involved; a mantra the business currently promotes from within.
Zerorez is Eco-Friendly
Zerorez distinguishes themselves as an eco-friendly carpet cleaning service. They rely simply on electrolyzed water, or “Powered Water” to provide their customers with a unique cleaning solution that’s safe for their family and home, without the use of harsh soaps or detergents.
They have been cleaning in the Salt Lake area since 2003 and strive to achieve a singular goal of revolutionizing the carpet cleaning industry. Their services, however, reach beyond just carpet cleaning, as they offer additional services including pet treatment, tile and grout cleaning services, upholstery cleaning, and much more.
Arbor Day is Almost Here!
With Arbor Day right around the corner, customers can get excited about the prospect of a clean and rejuvenated home, plus feel good about their contribution to a more robust environment. For every new tree planted, approximately 260 pounds of fresh oxygen can be generated yearly. So, what are you doing for Arbor Day?
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