Chamber welcomes Complete Floor Care to community


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Owner Todd Jackson (center) and the Complete Floor Care team announce the opening of their business with some help from the Chamber of Commerce.


Complete Floor Care is a new, locally-owned business in Fayette County that was recently welcomed into the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce.

The company offers residential and commercial cleaning of all types of flooring, including carpet, tile and grout, upholstery, and area rugs. They also provide water extraction services for flooding and excessive spills.

Owner Todd Jackson has over four years of cleaning carpet, tile, upholstery, and area rugs. Jackson is a 1992 Miami Trace graduate, a Southern State graduate in electro-mechanical engineering, and has six years of service in the Navy as a Machinist Second Class. His is employed with Sugar Creek Packing as corporate MRO analyst.

“Complete Floor Care was an opportunity to provide extra income to my family in order to give my granddaughter, Ellie, a more normal life. Ellie was born with cardiomyopathy which required her to have a heart transplant last year, at around 6 months of age. Due to her immunosuppression medication and numerous complications, day to day activities such as going outside to play or trips to the playground are very limited to avoid her getting sick. Knowing this, when the opportunity arose to purchase the equipment to start my own business, I took it without hesitation,” said Jackson. “We are a locally-owned small business that is run by and hires detail-oriented people. We offer quality work at a reasonable price and customer satisfaction is our priority.”

Complete Floor Care can be reached at 740-606-5972.

Owner Todd Jackson (center) and the Complete Floor Care team announce the opening of their business with some help from the Chamber of Commerce.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/04/web1_4.19.17-Complete-Floor-Care.jpgOwner Todd Jackson (center) and the Complete Floor Care team announce the opening of their business with some help from the Chamber of Commerce.

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