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Carpet cleaning, couch cleaning, and mattress cleaning are all part of the home cleaning process. Home carpet cleaning and professional furniture cleaning services on Porch are ready to clean up any spill or soil that has dirtied your home. Porch is the free home network that connects homeowners and renters with reliable and trusted home improvement professionals. Porch's large nationwide database of professionals takes the pain out of searching for the right carpet cleaner to fix up your mess, by connecting you with a local carpet cleaner in your neighborhood. Find a carpet cleaning service on Porch and view their full work history, including project photos, average project costs, along with reviews and ratings by your friends and neighbors near you. Even choose from a variety of licensed professional carpet cleaning service companies in your area to ensure you are receiving the highest quality of work. At Porch, we want to provide you with professionals who will make your home improvement project experience easy and delightful. Get off your dirty couch and get started on your search for a carpet and upholstery cleaner who can steam your couch and carpet all in one job.

Top questions to ask yourself before hiring a pro

  1. What is the scope of the project?

    A professional will assist you with scope and estimates, but having a clear idea of what you want to accomplish will help communication.

  2. How involved in the project do I want to be?

    Do you want professionals to do everything, or do you have the time and skill to do some of the work?

  1. Can I do some parts of the project myself?

    Many projects such as have a DIY component, such as painting or cleanup.

  2. Are the pros I'm considering hiring Licensed, Bonded, and Insured?

    First and foremost, protect yourself and make sure the contractor and any sub-contractors are registered, licensed, bonded and insured.