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Rob Romero, owner of Oxymagic of Austin, flexes 20 years of carpet-cleaning experience to refresh anything from lightly soiled rugs to those in need of a deep clean. He and his staff wield only biodegradable, non-toxic products that are safe for use in homes with children and pets. Their cleaning process incorporates very little water, so most treatments dry within one to two hours of application.

1519 Sedbury Way
Cedar Park,
TX
US

Magic Carpet Care's owner has been serving Austin for more than 35 years, combining that experience with state of the art truck-mounted steam-cleaning equipment to clean carpets. All technicians are trained and professional, and tackle all sorts of blemishes in the home. In addition to carpet cleaning, they also offer tile and grout cleaning, upholstery cleaning, and carpet stretching and repair.

11709 Barrington Way
Austin,
TX
US

Integrity Carpet Care owner and operator Mike Hutchins draws from two decades of experience to sanitize carpets and tile in Austin-area homes and businesses with state-of-the-art truck-mounted equipment. His skilled carpet-cleaning technicians cleanse ground-in soil and stains from floor fabric, tile, and grout, removing indoor pollutants and rendering surfaces bright and shiny.

13020 Garfield Lane
Austin,
TX
US

Super Steam's licensed cleaners arrive at homes ready to scrub dust, debris, and odors from carpets, tiles, grout, and air ducts. The technicians activate a powerful truck-mounted Vortex cleaning machine to extract dirt from rugs without the need for harsh chemicals. By using the Vortex, the technicians accelerate the cleaning process, and also help carpets dry more quickly and evenly than tying a blow-dryer to a roomba.

3601 West Parmer Lane
Austin,
TX
US

Green Clean Carpet Care provides quality carpet cleaning without harsh chemicals and other health and environmental offenders. EPA-approved hypoallergenic cleaning methods are kind to kids, pets, and Mother Earth, but they do some serious damage to stubborn stains. After clearing furniture (excluding electronic items and items weighing more than 50 pounds) from the cleaning zone, professional cleaners will proceed through an 11-step cleaning process that includes vacuuming, conditioning, spot and stain treatment, hot-water soil extraction and rinse, neutralizer, and grooming. The process excavates deep down to carpet substrata where oil, dirt, and dust form a grimy layer cake consumed by mites at their germy birthday parties. Unlike cleaners who take a "spray and pray" approach, Green Clean professionals conduct a post-treatment inspection to ensure customer satisfaction.

2811 La Frontera Blvd
Austin,
TX
US

Though Steam It?s main method of whittling away troublesome stains and odors is steam, technicians are trained in a full arsenal of techniques to freshen up carpets, ducts, and tile floors. They arrive at the appointed time bearing buffing and steam machinery, using material-appropriate techniques to lift out and prevent stains, minimize odors, and reinvigorate fibers impacted from too many games of Whac-a-Mole. When flooring has seen too much wear and tear to be fixed, the staff can also seamlessly replace tile and grouting by matching them to their spectrum of color swatches.

2541 S IH 35 STE 200
ROUND ROCK,
TX
US