Golden Glove specializes in the deep cleaning of residential and commercial carpet, hardwood, vinyl, and tile.
GOLDEN GLOVE has changed its service menu to meet the new needs of its customers. We now offer a wide range of services for our Peachtree City customers.
- Stone and grout cleaning
- Anti-allergen cleaning and treatment of mattresses
- Carpet and oriental rug cleaning
- Carpet stain and odor removal
- Wine and pet stain removal
- Carpet Scotchgard protection
- upholstery deep cleaning and fabric protection
- water damage and water restoration
Golden Glove is totally dedicated to customer satisfaction and operates under its 100% Delighted Guarantee which promises that customers will be completed delighted or we will re-clean to the customer’s satisfaction for free! Our technicians can clean the toughest of pet and odor stains too. In addition, the company has a Preferred Care program for existing customers that offers a wide range of benefits.
They did an amazing job. I would highly recommend!… Emily Frey Keen
GOLDEN GLOVE is a member of the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), and the Restoration Industry Association (RIA).
About Peachtree City:
Peachtree City is the largest city in Fayette County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 34,364. Peachtree City is located in South Metro Atlanta.
Peachtree City has a system of golf cart paths which spider across the town and provide a secondary means of access to almost any destination within city limits. These multi-use paths stretch for more than 90 miles (140 km) throughout the city. Many places of business have specially designated golf cart parking spaces. The Peachtree City Police Department has several golf carts used to patrol along these paths.
Over 9,000 households own a golf cart, and use them as an extra vehicle for local transportation. Children aged twelve or over may operate a cart on Peachtree City cart paths with a parent, grandparent or guardian in the front seat. Unaccompanied fifteen-year-olds with valid Georgia learner’s permits are allowed to operate golf carts alone. Students at McIntosh High School are encouraged to drive family golf carts to school because of limited car parking. In 2015, Starr’s Mill High School opened a golf-cart specific lot. The golf cart paths are used also by bikers, joggers, and pedestrians as a safer alternative to the side of the road. In February 2003, Golf Digest magazine discussed the traffic congestion caused by use of golf carts in the city