at 2555 Batchelder St, Brooklyn, 11235 United States
New York cleaning services: Carpet cleaning, rug cleaning, area rug cleaning, upholstery cleaning, mattress cleaning, sofa cleaning, furniture cleaning
Best carpet cleaning New York provides some of the cheapest and highest-quality upholstery cleaning and carpet repair services in New York. We work with a wide range of fabrics and have a perfect solution for all furniture types, from rug cleaning to mattress cleaning. Powerful components carefully combined into an efficient formula and enhanced by the latest carpet cleaning technologies allow us to do professional upholstery cleaning and rug repair without affecting the look and feel of the carpet or damaging the sofa skin. We have our own unique carpet repair and sofa cleaning methods, and in many ways we do it better than the competition.
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