Sweet summertime is here! Check out our June newsletter for engaging and entertaining information about the start of summer and our celebration of Father’s Day. Discover Jensen’s June special offer: $20 off carpet cleaning and 33% off Carpet Protection! As always, the downloadable issue of Jensen’s Healthy Home News includes the Mega Trivia Question—the first six people to call with the correct answer will win a $15 gift certificate to Culver’s. Here are some highlights:


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Call today and discover how you get our…
“No Spots and No Traffic Lanes Insurance” for six months

Hello friends and clients! We have an exciting offer for you. But first ask yourself this…Do you want your carpet to look and perform like it did when it was brand new?

Of course you do! Well, cleaning your carpet is the first step to making it beautiful and giving it an extra long life…but there is something more you can do! Not only will it make your carpet perform like it did when it was new, but it will also get you our no spots and no traffic lanes “insurance” for six months – at 33 percent off!

What exactly are we talking about? “Jensen’s Carpet Protection.” Now, we know from experience that a lot of people are reluctant to get carpet protection applied to their carpet when they have it cleaned. Usually because they’ve gotten it in the past and could not see the difference in their carpet’s performance. But think about this…

Your carpet is made up of hundreds of thousands of fibers. These fibers are porous, when you purchased your carpet it came from the factory with a protective coating on each fiber. But time, normal wear and tear, and cleaning diminishes the protection. When those fibers are not “protected” soils adhere very easily to the fiber, breaking it down. Suddenly your carpet fibers appear frayed. Traffic lanes will appear dull and worn. Spills will not clean up as easily and may even stain.

So, if you want your carpet to look and perform like it did when it was new then it is absolutely necessary to reapply this carpet protection on a regular basis.

“But other companies have applied carpet protection before and we didn’t notice a difference.”

Yes, as we mentioned before, this is the number one reason people resist re-applying the carpet protection. You see if it didn’t work then there are reasons why. Was it mixed to the proper ratio? Was the proper sprayer used with the appropriate spray tip? What about the rate of application? All of these variables play a large part in the results of the final product.

So here’s our “no spots and no traffic lanes insurance for six months” offer. Have us apply carpet protection to your carpet and we will give you a no spot and no traffic lane “insurance policy” for six full months! That means if your carpet doesn’t still look clean and spot free after six months of use we’ll come back out and clean it again absolutely free. We know this is bold, but we know this stuff works. So put us to the test.

Click on the “MONTHLY SPECIAL” button for our June offer:
• $20 OFF carpet cleaning*
• 33% OFF Carpet Protection!**
*Some restrictions may apply. Minimum charge always applies. Not valid with other offers. **Must be in combination with carpet cleaning.


Joel Jensen

Honoring our dads in June: why and how

Father’s Day, celebrated annually in many countries around the world, is a special occasion dedicated to honoring fathers and father figures for their love, guidance and support. The history of Father’s Day dates back over a century. The idea for a day to honor fathers was inspired by the success of Mother’s Day. In 1909, a woman named Sonora Smart Dodd, from Spokane, Washington, proposed the idea of a similar holiday for fathers. She wanted to honor her own father, a Civil War veteran who raised six children as a single parent. After years of campaigning, Father’s Day was officially recognized in the United States in 1972.

While Father’s Day traditionally celebrates dads, it can also be a day to honor other father figures or male role models in your life. Take this opportunity to recognize the positive influences who have guided and supported you. Whether it’s an uncle, grandfather, older brother, mentor or a special family friend, use Father’s Day as a chance to show gratitude for their impact. Embrace the spirit of the day by reflecting on the love and care you have received, and consider how you can extend appreciation to those who have played a significant fatherly role in your life.

Enjoy the celebration

Time. One classic way is to spend quality time together. Plan a fun family outing, such as a picnic in the park, a day at the beach or a hike in nature. Engaging in activities that your father enjoys, like fishing, golfing, or watching a favorite sports game together can also create lasting memories and strengthen the bond between you.

A Gift. Another great way to celebrate Father’s Day is by giving a thoughtful and personalized gift. Think about your father’s interests and hobbies, and choose a gift that reflects his passions. It could be a book by his favorite author, a new gadget for his workshop, or even a handmade card or artwork created by you. The gesture itself will show how much you care and have put thought into selecting something meaningful.

A Party. Consider organizing a surprise celebration or gathering. Coordinate with family members and friends to plan a surprise party, barbecue, or dinner to honor all the fathers in your life. Prepare his favorite dishes, decorate the venue with photos and mementos, and invite loved ones to join in the festivities.

This will not only make him feel special but also provide an opportunity for everyone to express their gratitude and love.


Peace Lily

One of the tallest structures on earth

The Lighthouse of Alexandria was a tower built in the 3rd century B.C. on the island of Pharos in Alexandria, Egypt to serve as that port’s landmark, and later, its lighthouse. With a height estimated at between 377 – 492 feet of red granite covered by white marble it was among the tallest man-made structures on Earth for many centuries, and was identified as one of the Seven Wonders of the World by Antipater of Sidon. It may have been the third tallest building (after the two Great Pyramids) for its entire life.

Pharos was a small island just off the coast of Alexandria. It was linked to the mainland by a man-made connection named the Heptastadion, which thus formed one side of the city’s harbor. As the Egyptian coast is very flat and lacking in the kind of landmark used at the time for navigation, a marker of some sort at the mouth of the harbor was deemed necessary – a function the Pharos was initially designed to serve. Use of the building as a lighthouse, with a fire and reflective mirrors at the top, is thought to date to around the 1st century AD, during the Roman period. Prior to that time the Pharos served solely as a landmark or day beacon. –Wikipedia