Budjet Carpet Care

Steve Pringle
Budjet Carpet Care
P.O. Box 191
1750 Oliver Ranch Rd
Okanagan Falls, B. C. V0H1R0
Budjet Carpet Care

We have been in business since 1995

Our business statement is: Most Thorough Cleaning Ever or it is FREE!!!

Most Thorough Cleaning Ever or it is FREE!!!

We service Penticton, Naramatta, Summerland, Oliver, Okanagan Falls, Osoyoos, Keremeos

There is a service charge for outside our areas.

Services we offer are: residential and commercial carpet cleaning , upholstery cleaning, tile & grout cleaning, in plant area rug cleaning, floor stripping/waxing, rv cleaning, pet odour removal, carpet protectants

Types of cleaning methods that we offer: Hot water extraction steam cleaning, bonnet cleaning, encapulation cleaning with a Cimex machine, Tile and grout cleaning machine.

Our company is owner/operator

IICRC certified in carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning, area rug cleaning, odor control and licensed scotchguard applicator.

Our hours are 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

We are a BBB certified firm. No bait and switch practises allowed. Honest pricing. The price quoted is the price you pay and is charged by the square ft. We offer a free Consumer's Awareness Guide to Carpet Cleaning and a Toll-Free Number 1-800-645-7311 to help the consumer make choices and learn about carpet cleaning misconceptions.

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