This was our first time that we used A Clean Pro. We are impressed with their prompt, courteous customer service. They arrived on time as promised and the carpet cleaning was excellent.
Linda & Jim, Hesperia
Your technicians worked very hard, were friendly and professional and answered all our questions. They were very thorough and went out of their way to perform 100%. We will definitely use your services again.
Ms. Millie J., Apple Valley
I’ve used A Clean Pro for over 15 years. When you find a company who’s character and ethical practice speaks you keep them in business.
Robert & Marcheal, Victorville
I have been very happy with your company. Your employees are great, Carl was the professional that cleaned for me today. He is friendly, courteous, explains things I need to know, ect. I cant say enough. Thank you!!
I was really amazed at the huge improvement from what the previous very dirty stained carpet look like afterwards! The best part…. we didn’t have to replace the carpet! It was a truly rewarding experience.
Peter and Sheila, Apple Valley
Have you heard this weeks fun phrase ” To butter someone up”
Its Meaning is to flatter (compliment) someone.
History of phrase: An ancient Indian custom involved throwing balls of butter at statues of the gods to seek its favor.
Hope you all have a wonderful weekend 🙂
A fun little fact for today!!
On this day December 14, 1911..
Roald Amundsen and four fellow Norwegian explorers became the first men to reach the South Pole!
Hope everyone is enjoying their day and had a fun safe weekend.
Hope everyone had a fun weekend!!
A little fact for today…
Did you know? Scientists believe that more than 43 million tons of dust falls over the U.S. every year. Indoor air usually contains about twice as much dust as the air outside. That’s a million microscopic particles in a cubic inch of air. About 2,000 dust mites can live happily on one ounce of carpet dust.
If your looking for an estimate or to get your carpet cleaned call us at 760-245-5556
Its Fun Phrase Friday!
Have you ever felt like “No spring chicken” ?
Meaning: Someone who is past his prime
History: New England chicken farmers generally sold chickens in the spring, so the chickens born in the springtime yielded better earnings than the chickens that survived the winter. Sometimes, farmers tried to sell old birds for the price of a new spring chicken. Clever buyers complained that the fowl was “no spring chicken,” and the term came to represent anyone past their prime.