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Owner Ross with his powerful 27 HP, 1000 PSI Boxxer 421 steam cleaner and one of his vans:

                 carpet cleaner in buckeye az

o    Truck-mounted steam carpet cleaning is scientifically proven to kill dust mites.

o    Truck mounted steam cleaning also kills bed bugs, bacteria, and germs in your carpet.

o    Whole house/apartment cleaning for move-in and move-out

o    Residential and commercial

o    Apartment complexes by contract

o    Steam cleaning vehicles & equipment

o    Tile & grout cleaning

o    Window cleaning

o    Great prices with no surprises or gimmicks

o    Licensed & Insured

 

See also our main website:  West Valley Services, which covers these topics:

o    Prices

o    Before & After Photos

o    Commercial Accounts

o    Advantages of Steam over Chemical Cleaning

o    Reviews

o    Paying Us

o    Contact Us by Email

 

Best Carpet Cleaner in these Areas of Phoenix West Valley:

o    Buckeye AZ

o    Surprise AZ

o    El Mirage AZ

o    Glendale AZ

o    Peoria AZ

o    Anthem AZ

o    Tolleson AZ

o    Avondale AZ

o    Goodyear AZ

o    Sun City AZ

o    Sun City West AZ

o    Wittmann AZ

o    N Phoenix AZ

o    Central Phoenix AZ

o    Wadell AZ

o    Also serving other areas like Phoenix East Valley for large jobs or contracts -  Contact Us

 

While the following carpet cleaning video is not the work of West Valley Carpet & Cleaning Service, it does show how well the Boxxer 421 cleans exceptionally dirty carpets:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsWoeztQ1kM

 

Ross strives for complete satisfaction on all his jobs.

About Buckeye Arizona (from Wikipedia article):

Buckeye is a city in Maricopa CountyArizona and is the westernmost suburb in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The population was 62,582 in 2015.  It is one of the fastest-growing cities in the US; in 2016, it placed seventh.

 

Early settler Malin M. Jackson developed 10 miles (16 km) of the Buckeye Canal from 1884 to 1886, which he named after his home state of Ohio's moniker, "The Buckeye State".  Buckeye AZ was founded in 1888 and originally named "Sidney," after Jackson's home town in Ohio.  However, because of the significance of the canal, the town became known as Buckeye. The name was legally changed to Buckeye Arizona in 1910. The town was incorporated in 1929, at which time it included 440 acres (180 ha). The town's first mayor was Hugh M. Watson (1956–1958), who founded the Buckeye Valley Bank.  Today, Watson Road is the site of the city's commercial center.

A vote to change the town into the City of Buckeye became effective in 2014.

Buckeye is located approximately 30 miles (48 km) west of downtown Phoenix.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 145.8 square miles (377.6 km2), all of it land.

The original Buckeye was built around downtown's main street, Monroe Avenue. There are currently nearly 30 master planned communities planned for Buckeye. Such master planned communities under development in which homes are occupied include Riata West, Sundance, Verrado

, Westpark, Tartesso
 and Festival Ranch.

Other unbuilt planned communities within Buckeye include Douglas Ranch (planned for nearly 300,000 inhabitants), Sun Valley Villages, Spurlock Ranch, Trillium, Elianto, Westwind, Silver Rock, Sienna Hills, Henry Park, Southwest Ranch and Montierre.

Sundance Towne Center, a shopping center developed by Vestar Development in the Sundance community, opened in 2007.

A popular recreation destination in Buckeye is the Buckeye Hills Recreation Area. It is located 7 miles (11 km) south of downtown Buckeye on State Route 85 (at mile marker 144). A 900-acre (3.6 km2) Buckeye Lake is planned. The City of Buckeye's Skyline Regional Park is an 8,700 acre mountain preserve located in the southern White Tank Mountains. The park features 8 miles of trails for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians, picnic areas and camping. Entry to the park is free. By the end of September 2016, 9 additional miles of trails will be constructed for a total of 17 miles of trails.

The City of Buckeye is served by the following school districts:

·         Buckeye Elementary School District

·         Agua Fria Union High School District

·         Liberty Elementary School District

·         Buckeye Union High School District

·         Wickenburg Unified School District

·         The Odyssey Preparatory Academy

·         Litchfield Elementary School District

Estrella Mountain Community College recently renovated the original historic Buckeye Union High School building on Eason Avenue near 9th Street, also known as the "A" Wing, and started holding classes in this new satellite facility in the Fall of 2011. Named the Buckeye Educational Center, this facility provides academic courses, job training programs and community education classes.

See also the city's website.