Scheduling and preparing your home for cleaning can be difficult and inconvenient. We strive to make the process more efficient and comfortable for you.

Questions people frequently ask us are:

How often should I have my carpet cleaned?

Every situation is unique! It depends on your type of carpeting, the number of people and pets living in the home, the type of soil tracked in, as well as many other factors. However, most carpet manufacturers recommend a professional cleaning every 12 to 18 months,which is sometimes required to maintain new carpet warranties.  Visit Manufacturer Recommendations for more info.

Aren’t all carpet cleaning companies the same?

No. As with any service industry, you have a continuum from dishonest, poor quality cleaners to honorable, high quality cleaners. There are 5 important values that differentiate between a professional cleaning business and an average, or poor, quality business. Reputation, Experience, Education, Systems, & Guarantee. At Buddy’s Carpet Care, we also implement a 12 step cleaning process that maximizes soil removal leaving your carpets feeling soft and looking great.

Our Reputation is second to none. Some of the most seasoned carpet professionals, interior designers, and realtors refer our services exclusively. We partner with you to customize our cleaning to your needs.

Buddy’s Carpet Care is one of the most Experienced companies in the country. We have been in business since 1988 and are experienced in all types of carpet, upholstery and rugs. Whether the fabric is natural or synthetic, whatever the soiling conditions may be, we will apply all of our expertise to your job.

Buddy’s Carpet Care requires continuing Education and is a certified IICRC firm. The IICRC is the most recognized body of certification in the world. Our owners and staff hold multiple certifications including Master Cleaning Technician, which is the highest status available for cleaners.  Involvement in professional associations keep us on the cutting edge, so we can pass that knowledge on to your job.