Carpet Cleaners in the Northwest 'Burbs?

Updated on September 06, 2009
J.S. asks from Lake in the Hills, IL
7 answers

I desperately need to get my carpets cleaned. It's been a long time coming. I'm looking for a company that will do a really good job, move the furniture for me, get the stains out (with actual cleaner, not just steaming). I need the whole house done, so I'm also looking for a good price. Has anyone had a good experience? Thanks in advance for any help.

1 mom found this helpful

What can I do next?

  • Add your own comment
  • Ask your own question
  • Join the Mamapedia community
  • as inappropriate
  • this with your friends

So What Happened?

Just had my carpets cleaned this morning and they look great! Thanks for all the great suggestions!

More Answers

Smallavatar

S.W.

answers from Chicago on

My brohter-in-law has a Chem-Dry franchise - Chem Dry by Tom and Tina- and he does a great job for a reasonable price. He will give an estimate before the job so you know what the cost will be. Give him a call at ###-###-#### and his name is Tom May. Good luck. He does not steam clean this is cleaning and he will try his hardest to get the stains out.

1 mom found this helpful
Smallavatar

C.K.

answers from Chicago on

Rainbow Carpet Cleaners are really good.

Smallavatar

J.U.

answers from Chicago on

We've been very happy with DynaSystems - prompt, courteous, reasonable - on several jobs at 3 different houses. Their number is ###-###-####.

Smallavatar

N.S.

answers from Chicago on

I would try Pro-Tech out of St. Charles, they are really good.

K.D.

answers from Chicago on

Please let me know what you think of the company you used. I too am looking for a professional team to clean mine well. We had ours done before and all of our carpets were stretched out and now have bumps in every room of our house.

M.K.

answers from Chicago on

We have used DJR got the number in the phone book very reasonable prices very professional on time not scary looking and did a great job.

A.W.

answers from Chicago on

I used both Stanley Steemer and a newer company called ProCare. Procare out-performed Stanley Steemer by a long shot (even got the "evidence" of our house-training puppy out of our carpets!) and were about half the price. FYI- they do end up being quite a bit more than there "$5 per room" add if you want it done right. I opted for stain remover and deodorizer in addition to the cleaning, and while it did bring the price up, my white carpets looked brand new - even with 2 dogs totaling over 225 lbs., 3 cats, and a toddler... oh yeah, and a messy husband! :-) Good luck!

Next question: Who Should We Use to Clean Our Carpets?