Muddy footprints. Wine stains. Pet odors. None of these things can stand up to the cleaning systems used by the crews from All Star Steam Cleaning. The company's specialists are armed with Prochem carpet-cleaning equipment, which saturates carpet fibers with steam at temperatures up to 240 degrees. After the steam has dislodged contaminants, a quick-drying extraction system suctions away moisture to leave carpets fluffy and clean. The process can also help remove unpleasant odors left by dogs, cats, or untrained teddy bears. Customers can also request home-improvement beyond carpet cleaning, including tile, grout, and vent cleaning services.
When HD Certified Professionals? owner Howard moved from Baltimore to Texas to be closer to his granddaughter Macaley, his 35-year-old carpet-cleaning business came with him. He packed up his original business philosophy?there?s no substitute for hard work?which was born when his young business was nothing more than an NSS portable, rotary scrubber, and elbow grease. When he arrived in Texas, he handpicked his team of technicians in the same way he did all those years ago, ensuring they were hardworking professionals by watching them push boulders up a mountainside while wearing three-piece suits. Now, the licensed, bonded, and ensured staff works together with the help of dirt-eliminating steam to refresh and repair carpets, scour grout, and remove deep-set stains.
At Alpha Omega Carpet Care, the staff's knack for steam-cleaning carpets, upholstery, and rugs spells trouble for dust mites and dirt. Using truck-mounted, specially designed equipment, they dissolve carpet fiber stains and extract debris hiding beneath the carpet. If desired, they can protect carpets by spraying deodorizers or stain protectors such as Scotchgard and Teflon. The technicians also extract water from flooring after floods, and their cleansing services extend to other household areas such as air ducts, dryer vents, and tile and grout surfaces.