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The industry leader in residential and commercial deep cleaning services, Stanley Steemer has been cleaning carpet for more than 60 years. In 1947, Jack A. Bates invested $2,300 to start a home-based carpet cleaning company. Stanley Steemer is still family-owned and led by the third generation, and its name is now synonymous with everything clean for homes and businesses. In addition to carpet cleaning, the company provides tile and grout cleaning, hardwood services, furniture cleaning, air duct cleaning, and 24-hour emergency water restoration services.

From its headquarters in Dublin, Ohio, Stanley Steemer has a nationwide coverage of more than 300 locations in 48 states. Its iconic yellow vans deliver state-of-the-art cleaning equipment, trained and professional technicians, and 24/7 response time to the customer’s doorstep. Stanley Steemer understands that cleaning helps protect people’s investments, so the company is committed to providing the best carpet cleaning and floor cleaning services on the market.

Stanley Steemer takes pride in its premier lineup of services that outperform those of other companies. Stanley Steemer not only keeps floors and furnishings clean, but also delivers the care and maintenance necessary to extend their life.

The biggest carpet cleaning company in the country, Stanley Steemer has built its success on the following principles: quality experiences with guaranteed customer satisfaction; superior equipment manufactured by the company; reliable service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; highly trained technicians who are never subcontracted; and a geographic scope that reaches 95 percent of the American population.

Recently, Stanley Steemer became the first carpet cleaning service to be certified asthma and allergy friendly. This means the company’s services have undergone extensive scientific testing to ensure that they meet the standards of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. When cleaning carpet, Stanley Steemer removes an average of 94 percent of common household allergens such as pollen, dust, and animal dander.

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