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Find a fire damage contractor near Coon Rapids, MN

Find a fire damage contractor near Coon Rapids, MN

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Find a fire damage contractor near Coon Rapids, MN

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3. MyCleaner
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Odor Removal

In high demand
Offers remote services
  • 79 hires on Thumbtack
  • Serves Coon Rapids, MN
There are many cleaning companies advertising how special they are. Not having any recommendations from friends it was frustrating when I was trying to pick a company. Through Thumbtacl I contacted Jim at American Carpet Cleaners. Straight away it was clear that Jim was a pro. He explained the cleaning process he uses, and why steaming is still the best way to go. He was punctual, gave me a great price that lined up with his phone estimate. Stairs were our big issue and he really spent time on each thread. Five year old carpet looks and feels brand new. Trust me, we are annoyingly fussy when it comes to service work in our home. Jim exceeded our high standards, plus he is a good listener and story teller. Perfect sort of guy you would be glad ending up sitting next to you at a Twins game. He would not complain about your kids coming and going all game long plus he would offer to share his peanuts.See more
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There are many cleaning companies advertising how special they are. Not having any recommendations from friends it was frustrating when I was trying to pick a company. Through Thumbtacl I contacted Jim at American Carpet Cleaners. Straight away it was clear that Jim was a pro. He explained the cleaning process he uses, and why steaming is still the best way to go. He was punctual, gave me a great price that lined up with his phone estimate. Stairs were our big issue and he really spent time on each thread. Five year old carpet looks and feels brand new. Trust me, we are annoyingly fussy when it comes to service work in our home. Jim exceeded our high standards, plus he is a good listener and story teller. Perfect sort of guy you would be glad ending up sitting next to you at a Twins game. He would not complain about your kids coming and going all game long plus he would offer to share his peanuts.

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