My Dad was looking for a carpet cleaner in Glendale AZ. He called local Carpet Stores in Glendale to find one. I can't remember the name of the carpet cleaning guy but, the website of the Carpet Store is http://www.brandicarpet.com/referrals/
The way I look at it is if a Carpet Store is willing to actually refer them from their own website then they must be good.
Best of Luck
I think it's good to go to your neighbors and ask them who they have clean their carpets. That way you know they are local and you can get an idea of the service they provide by seeing the carpets yourself. You want to be sure that the cleaner you hire will do the job you want. http://www.cleansweepp.net
I would really like to get my carpets cleaned by a professional service. I have two little boys and a dog so my carpets have been through a lot. With winter here it is getting worse with all their wet and dirty shoes and socks! I will have to look into getting the carpets cleaned. http://ambroseadvancedcarpetcleaning.com
I recommend going online and reading some reviews. That should help you get an idea of deals and service quality. That is the method I always use. It hasn't failed me yet. http://www.homepriderugcleaning.com
I used to just clean my own carpets, but I don't think that I do the best job. It would probably get much more clean if I found a carpet cleaner to do it for me. Then I wouldn't have to spend so much time in the cleaning, and it would get done really well. I have heard that getting carpets cleaned helps to make the carpet last much longer. http://www.bellcountyflooring.com/services.php
I am looking for a good carpet cleaning service as well. I have a dog and two kids so my carpet can get very dirty. I think that it would be a good thing to get it cleaned professionally. Finding a good carpet cleaner would really help to improve my home. Thanks for sharing this and let me know if you find a good service! http://www.cleanercarpetconcepts.com/charlotte-carpet-cleaning
I need a good carpet cleaner as well. I have tried time and time again renting carpet cleaners from the grocery store and it hasn't worked. Who can you guys recommend?
Mark Leach | http://www.cleansweepp.net
Home Buyer, Florin Fruitridge Industrial Park, Sacramento, CA
Wed Nov 19, 2014
I completely agree, Zach. I had the best success selling my home when my carpets were cleaned by a professional. I tried using all those spot cleaners you always hear about, but nothing got my stains out like a professional treatment. I couldn't keep my feet off the carpet afterwards. In my whole time in that house I'd never seen any carpet so soft. http://stainbusters.com.au/index.php/a-stain-buster-near-you
I think it is important to have clean carpets on the homes you are trying to sell or are looking to sell.. You want to make sure that the home is looking the very best it can so that people will buy it. I think It would be a good to get a professional cleaning service before you move to make sure everything looks clean for the new people moving in.
When I was in high school we had a white carpet. I remember my mom did everything to make sure we didn't ruin it. We still had to have someone come and clean it a few times a year, but I learned from the experience. The best thing you can do is try to avoid getting the carpet too messy. Even the best cleaners won't be able to clean a destroyed carpet. When you do get a carpet cleaner to come and do work for you, make sure that you like the work that they do. Don't be afraid to ask for references and look up reviews of places. You don't want to pay for a cleaning that isn't up to the standards that you want. http://www.manningbrosflooring.com/Upholstery-Cleaning-Bogot
I remember one time my nephew wanted to show me a cake that my brother had bought for my niece's birthday. My nephew is only two and he ended up dropping the cake on the carpet. It was all a really unfortunate situation. My nephew and I took the really long car ride down the canyon to the nearest store to get a replacement cake. By the time we got back the carpet cleaners had already gotten there and finished the job. I was extremely surprised that the chocolate didn't permanently stain the white carpet. My nephew is going to hear about this story for the rest of his life. http://www.fabri-care.ca/carpets_and_area_rugs.html
I usually would ask around your neighborhood. You can find some great references as well. I have my carpets cleaned by a good friend who used to live in the neighbor hood. http://www.carpetsplusca.com/carpets/
My husband and I are obsessed with having our carpets cleaned. It has gotten to a point where we just bought our own carpet cleaning machine. This way we aren't always calling the carpet cleaning company to come over. Great way to save some money! http://www.applesupply.ca/carpet_cleaning_equipment.html
I just moved to Beaverton, Oregon and am also looking for one! The place I moved into is great, except for the carpets. I can tell the people before me were clean people, but just had kids. Stains are just going to happen with kids, band I'd like to find a carpet cleaner pretty soon. Good luck in finding one for yourself! http://www.cleaningservicesbeaverton.com/carpet-cleaning-bea
I just asked around the neighborhood what carpet cleaners they had used and who they liked best. They gave me a lot of good leads on which company I should hire from. I don't live in your area or I would share with you but you might just want to ask people you live close to.
I have a puppy, so a good carpet cleaner is essential. We use our steamer pretty often. Baking soda is also pretty helpful when you are in a pinch. Just sprinkle some on the carpet, let it sit for a few minutes, and vacuum it up.
I can't say enough nice things about my carpet cleaner, Mike Thomas. Mike has taken care of my personal home, my rentals, and my clients for years. He's the best!!! Mike Thomas Carpet Care, 623-847-0447.