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Professional carpet cleaner suggestions?

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ANyone use a company they think highly of? (see my last post in the rug dr. section for my reason why).

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We've used Steam Brothers at a previous residence and were happy with the results.

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Make sure the cleaning tech-not just the company is an "IICRC certified cleaner". It's an acronym for: "The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification"-google it, you will get an education on carpet cleaning.

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we've tried numberous companies, some good and some cant figure out how to put the equipment together.

We tried service master last time and they were very reasonable in price and did a great job.

There is one outfit out of apple valley we used twice. The first time we got the owner and he did a great job. The second time we got some punk and I had to throw him out of the house. (long story)

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