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Dependable Carpet Care Coeur d’Alene, ID – We're More Than Just Expert Carpet Cleaners!

We provide the best professional cleaning services at affordable prices to clients in the Coeur d’Alene area including Spokane Valley, Cheney, Airway Heights, Deer Park, Liberty Lake, Colbert and the surrounding areas in Washington.

We are locally owned and owner operated, fully insured and guarantee your satisfaction!

We strive to be the simplest, go-to choice for all your cleaning needs. You just have to call one company for everything. From carpet cleaning, carpet repair, tile and grout cleaning, pet odor removal to many of our other quality home cleaning services.

It’s not just about being any other carpet cleaning company in Coeur d’AleneID. We’ve been in the area and served its carpet cleaning and other home cleaning needs for more than 20 years. We operate as a business that’s part of this community which treats each and every customer with respect and friendliness. To schedule a cleaning or ask questions, just give us a call at your earliest convenience.

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What Sets Us Apart?

Affordable

We provide professional results at affordable prices and give you the best value for your money.

Professional

We are proud to be an IICRC Certified Firm and only send IICRC Certified Technicians to your home. We are an A+ BBB Accredited business and also a CRI Seal of Approval Service Provider.

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How are we different?

What sets us apart from other Carpet Cleaning companies?

  • Green Cleaning Available
  • Spokane Family Owned and Operated
  • Convenient 1-Hour Arrival Windows
  • Real Time Communication
  • Certified and Accredited Technicians
  • Schedule Your Appointment Online
  • Unmatched Customer Service

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The Coeur d’Alene people called themselves by the autonym Schitsu’umsh in Coeur d’Alene, one of the Salishan languages, meaning “The Discovered People” or “Those Who Are Found Here.”

This area was extensively explored by David Thompson of the North West Company starting in 1807. The Oregon boundary dispute (or Oregon question) arose as a result of competing British and American claims to the Pacific Northwest of North America in the first half of the 19th century. The British had trading ties extending from Canada and had started settlements in present-day British Columbia and at Fort Astoria on the Pacific coast near the mouth of the Columbia River.

The Oregon Treaty of 1846 ended the disputed joint occupation of the area in present-day Idaho when Britain ceded all rights to land south of the 49th parallel to the United States. When General William T. Sherman ordered a fort constructed on the lake in the 1870s, he gave it the name Fort Coeur d’Alene; hence the name of the city that grew around it. The name of the fort was later changed to Fort Sherman to honor the general. North Idaho College, a community college, now occupies the former fort site. The lake was also named for the Coeur d’Alene.

Miners and settlers came to the region after silver deposits were found. It became the second-largest silver mining district in the country, generating both great wealth and extensive environmental contamination and damages. In the 1890s, two significant miners’ uprisings took place in the Coeur d’Alene Mining District, where the workers struggled with high risk and low pay. In 1892, the union’s discovery of a labor spy in their midst, in the person of Charlie Siringo, sometime cowboy and Pinkerton agent, resulted in a strike that developed into a shooting war between miners and the company.

Years later Harry Orchard, who owned a share of the Hercules Mine in the nearby mountains before it began producing, confessed to a secret, brutal and little understood role in the Colorado Labor Wars. He later confessed to dynamiting a $250,000 mill belonging to the Bunker Hill Mining Company near Wardner during another miners’ uprising in 1899. He later returned to Idaho to assassinate former Idaho Governor Frank Steunenberg in 1905.

In 1986 Coeur d’Alene was presented the Raoul Wallenberg Award for its stand against neo-nazis.

Coeur d’Alene is located at 47°41′34″N 116°46′48″W / 47.69278°N 116.78000°W / 47.69278; -116.78000 (47.692845, −116.779910), at an elevation of 2,180 ft (660 m) above sea level.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 16.08 square miles (41.65 km2), of which, 15.57 square miles (40.33 km2) is land and 0.51 square miles (1.32 km2) is water.

The wooded lands east of the city have been designated for protection and management as the Coeur d’Alene National Forest. The city is surrounded by forest, which contains several lakes and campgrounds.

It is 30 miles (48 km) east of Spokane, Washington, and is part of a common metropolitan area. It is 311 miles (501 km) east of Seattle, Washington.

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We brighten and restore carpet, area rugs and upholstery as well as stone, tile, grout, and hardwood. We specialize in removing the toughest pet stains and odors.