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Best Carpet Cleaners in Fall River, MA

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90 Purchase Street, Rehoboth, MA 02769 Rating

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5.0 (105)
5.0 (1)

Why choose this provider?

Spotlezz Carpet Cleaning is a local carpet cleaning business that serves the Fall River community and the surrounding localities. The family-owned and family-operated business assists homeowners in restoring their carpets to their best possible condition with its professional carpet cleaning services. Its professional cleaners utilize natural and organic cleaning agents that are safe for children and pets. They also clean and maintain rugs, upholstery, tiles, and grouts. Past clients have praised the cleaners for their quality workmanship.

161 Seaward Lane, Fall River, MA 02720 Rating

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5.0 (4)

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Atlantic Cleaning Co. is a one-stop janitorial service company based in Fall River. Since 1993, they have been providing office cleaning, floor waxing, area stripping, carpet & upholstery cleaning, window washing, and tile & grout cleaning for both residential and commercial clients. They also provide same-day services and use eco-friendly products. They also have an all-inclusive supply replenishment program to help clients with saving money on their property. They have various satisfied clients from daycare centers, to laboratories, legal offices, and restaurants.

280 South Main Street, Fall River, MA 02721 Rating

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4.0 (109)
5.0 (18)
5.0 (1)

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Glow Cleaning Company is a family-owned and family-operated company that provides carpet cleaning services to Fall River and the surrounding areas. It has been working with clients to clean, sort files, and improve storage spaces in homes and businesses since 2010. It also deep cleans fridges, bathroom surfaces, cabinets, baseboards, and window sills. In addition, the company offers disinfection services to remove germs and dirt on highly-touched surfaces, such as doorknobs, tables, light switches, and remotes.

Compare our Top Carpet Cleaners

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Spotlezz Carpet Cleaning
90 Purchase Street, Rehoboth, MA 02769
Atlantic Cleaning Co.
161 Seaward Lane, Fall River, MA 02720
Glow Cleaning Company
280 South Main Street, Fall River, MA 02721


  • Introduction

    Carpet cleaning service providers utilize professional-grade equipment to deep clean and remove dirt, stains, and odors from carpeting. The companies provide service to residential and commercial customers. Depending on the specifics of each job, carpet cleaning technicians may perform services with equipment, such as heavy-duty hot water extractors and shampooers, also referred to as wet vacs, to scrub out stubborn debris and extract dirty water. Carpet cleaners are hired regularly for commercial cleaning jobs, and they also assist with disaster cleanup following fires and floods.

    In addition to wet cleaning, carpet cleaning technicians offer dry foam shampooing services, which a special vacuum is used with a cleaning solution that’s 10% liquid and 90% air. In environments where sanitizing is of high importance, steam cleaning may be recommended. It’s a process that uses hot steam to eradicate dirt, germs, and bacteria.

  • Do you tip carpet cleaners?

    While not mandatory, it is customary to tip carpet cleaning technicians. The standard tip range for carpet cleaners is between $5 and $20, and customers can choose to tip higher or lower based on services received. It isn't customary or required to tip the owner of a carpet cleaning business, even if they perform the services.

  • How do carpet cleaners work?

    There are several types of carpet cleaners used for commercial and residential jobs. Deep cleaning machines combine moisture, shampoo, and suction to clean carpet fibers and pull out dirty water. Steam cleaners utilize hot steam to penetrate carpeting. Carpet scrubbers feature rotating brushes that scrub stains with carpet shampoo. Both steam cleaning and carpet scrubbing are followed up with suction.

  • How much do carpet cleaners make?

    On average, carpet cleaning technicians in the United States make a base of $15.30 per hour. However, the pay rate may vary with technicians depending on factors such as geographical location, overtime or emergency after-hours services, and experience or length of time on the job.

  • Do carpet cleaners move furniture?

    Most carpet cleaning technicians are trained to safely move furniture during cleaning procedures. Depending on company policies, certain items that a carpet cleaner might not move include pianos, beds, and other heavy items. Carpet cleaning technicians advise customers to move electronics and other items before service.

  • Who rents carpet cleaners?

    Home improvement and hardware stores offer carpet cleaning machine rentals, and customers may also rent professional machines directly from carpet cleaning service providers. Stores that carry carpet cleaners include Home Depot, Walmart, and Lowes Home Improvement. Customers are required to purchase cleaning solutions when renting carpet cleaners.

  • Can carpet cleaners remove bleach stains?

    Bleach contains chemicals that remove color, leaving a white stain. While carpet cleaning machines cannot remove bleach stains with standard steam cleaning or suction, a carpet cleaning technician may reverse the stain with techniques such as vinegar application or coloring in the bleached areas.

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