Escondido Pro Carpet Care cleans carpets, area rugs, upholstery, furniture, drapery, tile and grout surfaces, etc so you can live and work in a pleasant, healthy environment. Escondido Pro Carpet Care is the company of choice in Escondido for a wide range of affordable cleaning services.
Our trained carpet cleaners use powerful equipment and the latest cleaning technologies and approved products and techniques to do the job fast and efficiently, and we can guarantee you will be.. thoroughly satisfied with the results. We use time-tested cleaning techniques that restore the freshness to the fibers and fabrics of your carpets, and your carpets will not only look great, they will feel and smell good as new! Call us today at (760) 884-3733 to find all information you need! Our representatives will answer all your questions!
The technician from Escondido Pro Carpet Care who came to our house was a very personable guy! He was very helpful and thorough. He represented his company very well. Most importantly he was able to remove all the dirt and dark spots. My carpet is now several shades lighter! I would surely give this company return business based on this tech's work ethics and efficiency!
Posted: 7/12/2013 • Link to this review
Just bought a house whose previous owner had so many dogs. They did not even bother to have the carpets deodorized. I must hire a professional carpet cleaner and it has to be the best. I was told Escondido Pro Carpet Care has an impeccable reputation. True enough, this company gave me outstanding service. The dog smells are completely gone! Will only use this company from now.
Posted: 7/09/2013 • Link to this review
I would like it known that I was a hundred percent satisfied with the Escondido Pro Carpet Care service I received earlier today. The cleaner was a pro and knew exactly what he was doing. He ensured my satisfaction as he asked me to check on his progress. My area rugs and carpet have never looked better! I will be recommending this agency to my friends and relatives.
Posted: 7/07/2013 • Link to this review