Delta Steam-Way
Delta Steam-Way

Delta Steam-Way

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When only the very best carpet cleaning will do! Hi, my name is David Buck. In 1989, I started Delta Steam-way of Elk Grove. During the next few years, I successfully completed courses, and I became a certified cleaning technician. In 1992, I was certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) as a master cleaner. Since that time, I have cleaned over ten thousand carpets in Elk Grove, Wilton, Rancho Murieta, Folsom, and Eldorado Hills. I also clean upholstery, tile and grout, and wool area rugs.
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Jim L.
Feb 29, 2012
Delta Steam-Way has done an EXCELLENT job on our white carpets. They look and feel like they were new rather than being almost 10 years old. We couldn't be happier with their service. Very professional and knowledgeable regarding cleaning and repair of carpets. This is the only carpet service we will use in the future.


  • What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?

    My clients realize that you very much do . . . get what you pay for. Many times potential customers are focused so much on price, that they end up with a poor cleaning job. Even if everything else were exactly the same, the Carpet Cleaner who spends twenty minutes pre-vacuuming the carpet and then thirty minutes drying the carpet with a $600.00 Airpath dryer is going to give you a superior cleaning job than if he did not do those two simple things. If you add to that his choice of pre-spray (the cheap stuff is $10.00 a gallon; the good stuff is $40.00) , a rotary cleaning tool ($2000.00 - $3000.00) , a powerful truckmount ($20,000.00 to $30,000.00) and you start to see that the “extra” money that a top notch Carpet Cleaner charges does not go into his own pocket . . . it goes right back into his clients cleaning job.

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