Carpet Cleaning Alameda, CA
Are you in the Alameda, CA Area? We at Carpet Cleaning Alameda, CA are here for all of your cleansing needs whether they be - commercial, industrial or residential. Our team of professionals has experience in everything from carpet cleaning; area rugs, furniture upholstery cleaning to air duct cleaning.
We possess a team of experts that are trained professionals that thrive in both household and office settings. After just one visit you won’t be sure you’re in the right room, we guarantee we will transform your carpets to their original pristine condition.
Are you tired of wasting money on expensive bottles of carpet cleaners that are specifically designed to mask the smell of stains rather than remove them? We assure the long lasting cleanliness of your beloved carpet.
Carpet Cleaning Alameda, CA is dedicated to only using organic, environmentally-friendly cleaning products and pride outselves with our courteous, diligent and punctual service to all of our valued customers. Your complete satisfaction is our only genuine aspiration.
If it can be cleaned, we will clean it! Along with providing several area rug cleaning techniques and wall-to-wall carpet cleaning services; i. carpet steam cleaning and dry carpet cleaning, our crew thrives with the most distinct challenges, such as:
Each of these everyday stain magnets will easily be remedied by our commitment to our attention to detail.
We have never once heard, "You missed a spot!" in our twenty years of service. Carpet Cleaning Alameda, CA’s technicians are trained in carpet cleaning: 101 before they are allowed to make house calls. We are a family of experts, that are proficient at applying the proper products to remove any stain imaginable while efficiently restoring even the toughest carpets to their showroom potential.
Whether you can’t remember the last time you’ve cleaned your carpet or there is just that one ugly stain you can’t seem to stop looking at, Carpet Cleaning Alameda, CA is in business to customize our services to suit your precise personal needs.
And that's not all! We are also trained at cleaning your upholstered furniture and draperies! These household materials are often ignored, although they receive the same harsh punishment from everyday life, often absorbing a substantial amount of the same allergens your carpet is subject to.
We at Carpet Cleaning Alameda, CA are here to fulfill your professional office/home cleaning needs! Contact us today at 510-402-5773 to get your free, no obligation estimate for any cleaning and maintenance needs you can think of.
Alameda, CA is located on Alameda Island and Bay Farm Island (also known as Harbor Bay), in the San Francisco Bay, adjacent to the city of Oakland and the Oakland International Airport. Originally a peninsula until marshland on the eastern side was dredged in 1902 to expand shipping facilities. Most of the soil removed by the dredging was used to fill in the eastern edge of Bay Farm Island, attaching it to Oakland. Much of Alameda, CA is built on landfill, the areas known as Alameda Point, (previously the Alameda Naval Air Station, closed in 1997), and the area known as South Shore. A small portion of land fill from a dump site on the west end of the island extends beyond the City of Alameda border and is part of the City and County of San Francisco.
Initially called Encinal (Spanish for “grove of poplar trees”), and occupied by three small settlements, Alameda, CA, was once home to one of the largest coastal oak forests in the world, the forests were eventually cleared to make way for rail, ferry, and shipping terminals. The Alameda Terminal, on the eastern shore of the San Francisco Bay, built by the Central Pacific Railroad was the site of the first train to arrive from the First Transcontinental Railroad.
The Alameda Terminal became part an air field in 1927, and in 1930 the operations of the air field were taken over by the United States Army Air Corps, and the airfield was renamed Benton Field. In 1935, the yacht harbor adjacent to the air field was home to the China Clipper (the first commercial transpacific air service from San Francisco to Manila). The air field eventually became home to the Naval Air Station Alameda, operated by the United States Navy. The base was closed in 1997. The television show MythBusters often uses the site for some of its more destructive experiments, because there is an extensive safety zone provided by the site.