Best in Beaverton Carpet Cleaning
If you are looking for affordable carpet cleaning in Beaverton, Or you have come to the right place!
We know it can be hard to search online, hoping to find a company that matches your budget, time frame and that you can trust to do good work.
And no, we are NOT a franchise. We are a small business, locally owned family run. We live right here where we work. We love community and we would love to have an opportunity to come clean for you.
When you are buying or selling a home, or moving in to or out of a rental - there are SO many things to do! Professional carpet cleaning with Mr. Steam removes odors left behind from cooking, pets and even teenagers!
Dog and cat urine stains and odor are common in PNW homes with so many pet owners. Regular carpet cleaning can improve the quality of your air and remove the odors left behind after spot cleaning your carpets by hand.
Check out our before and after pictures of carpet cleanings we've done here
We also clean tile and grout in Beaverton, Or. as well as upholstery, hardwood floor cleaning and more! Check out or services below.
Why do we have a 4.9 Google review average? (See our reviews here)
You save time with 2 hour arrival windows
You save money with affordable pricing
You get back to normal with reduced drying times
You enjoy a healthy home with 99% Green cleaning processes
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does the steam cleaning process take?
The average appointment time is 1.5 hours to 3.5 hours. This includes the walkthrough to take measurements, answer your questions, setup, clean and breakdown.
How long does it take to dry?
When carpet is steam cleaned professionally, it can take 6-24 hours to dry. It's a big window because there are different things that affect how long, including the weather, carpet fiber thickness and airflow in the room. Running your central air, ceiling fan or a box fan to keep air moving in the room will help carpet dry quicker
Do I need to move my furniture?
For the most part, your furniture is protecting the carpet underneath. If you are changing the layout of your room or getting new furniture that is a different size it's a good idea to move it. If not there's no need to create more work for yourself. One exception to this is if you have a pet you know peed underneath something.