Carpet Cleaning San Mateo
In the market for carpet cleaning within San Mateo? Carpet Cleaning San Mateo caters to virtually all your carpet cleaning, air duct cleaning, area rugs, furniture upholstery cleaning and house upkeep requirements - residential, commercial or industrial requirements.
Have our experienced, specialized carpet steam cleaning technicians go to your home or workplace and do what they know best - getting the project done efficiently to your full satisfaction. You'll certainly be ecstatic with the results as well as completely happy by our respectful, tailored service.
Carpet Cleaning San Mateo uses mainly environmentally-friendly cleaning products and therefore are devoted to your full satisfaction, nothing less.
In addition to providing many area rug cleaning techniques and wall-to-wall carpet cleaning services, for example carpet steam cleaning and dry carpet cleaning, our team can tackle the most challenging complications, such as:
Each of these frequent problems are simply results of day to day life, but you do not have to live with them!
Carpet Cleaning San Mateo technician's are trained in pet stain and pet odor removal, plus they know what products to implement on what materials, and what solutions truly deliver the results.
What amount of cash have you sacrificed already on bottles of spray cleanser that allegedly eradicates pet odor and stains and other difficult carpet stains?
Whether you have one ugly stain on an area rug that you'd like wiped clean or perhaps a whole houseful of wall-to-wall carpeting, Carpet Cleaning San Mateo can easily customize our services to fit your particular needs.
While we're in your residence, we can additionally deep clean your upholstered furnishings and draperies.
Although these things are generally overlooked when you consider professional cleaning, they receive the same punishment from day to day life, and absorb a lot of allergens floating through the air like carpet does.
Carpet Cleaning San Mateo is here to satisfy your professional home cleaning needs! Contact us today at 650-273-0275 to receive a totally free estimate for all your cleaning and maintenance needs.
San Mateo, CAMap of San Mateo, CA
San Mateo started as an outpost for the Spanish Missions in 1793, a hacienda was built on the north bank of the creek. The site was converted to a stagecoach stop by Nicolas de Peyster in 1849 creating San Mateo’s first business enterprise. With the construction of the railroad between San Jose and San Francisco a station was constructed in San Mateo, this was the start of San Mateo’s downtown business district. Growth in San Mateo became study, and its business district was recognized as the purchasing center for San Mateo County.
Many wealthy San Franciscans were attracted to San Mateo because of its warmer summer climate (less fog), the availability of the railroad made travel between the two cities easy. The result was the building of wealthy estates for summer and weekend homes. The estates need for service personnel to operate, created more growth in San Mateo.
Today San Mateo is the second largest city in San Mateo County, with a population of almost 100,000, its total square area is 15.9 square miles, giving it a population density of 8,000 per square mile. Having shunned industry throughout most of its history, the major employers in San Mateo are from the educational or medical sector; they include: San Mateo County Community College District, San Mateo Medical Center, San Mateo-Foster City School District, along with several major retailers, as Safeway, Nordstrom, and Macy’s.
San Mateo’s Coyote Point Park is a resource for family recreation. Originally an island in the San Francisco Bay, connected to San Mateo by a marsh, private ownership of the island led to the marsh being filled in for dairy farming, while the island was used as a resort with a bathhouse, pool, and beach. During the 1920’s it was used by the “Pacific City Amusement Park” which had a board walk, children’s playground, food concessions and other entertainment. A fire during its second year caused the park to close. The park is now part of the San Francisco Bay Trail.