My name is Gary Walsh, owner of Advanced Cleaning Systems, ACS. If you have invested in your fabrics (carpets, rugs, or upholstery), or tile and grout and want them cleaner, healthier and properly maintained, then ACS, carpet cleaning in Pleasanton, is your only choice!
Our customers desire more from their carpet cleaning in Pleasanton services, so we have high standards in order to deliver not only the best results, but also great service and an overall fantastic experience! Our goal is to be the only carpet cleaning in Pleasanton service that you’ll want to use as well as the only carpet cleaning in Pleasanton that you’ll refer.
Advanced Cleaning Systems focuses on four things:
- Customer Convenience
- Healthier Indoor Environments
- Best Value
- Thorough Cleaning
Our carpet cleaning in Pleasanton follow the standards set by the IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration), as well as the carpet manufacturers’ guidelines on proper carpet cleaning. “Residue free” and “Green” solutions have been chosen because they are the best, effective and the safest choice for your fabric investment. Carpet cleaning in Pleasanton offers cleaning Systems so good, we guarantee our work and assure your satisfaction.
If spots come back, so do we—free!
We are professionals, so expect clean vehicles and uniformed, insured techs doing our “full service” on everything we clean. If calling around, always ask what services are provided for the price you have been quoted along with any guarantee and how long your job will take in man-hours. Have a brief conversation; you need to feel comfortable with the people and their answers.
Your fabrics will be cleaned by knowledgeable, salaried technicians and superior follow-up is provided. Not all carpet cleaning in Pleasanton companies are the same. We concentrate on doing a very good job, not a quick commission job.
A bit of history -
Blessed with rich soil, Pleasanton in its early history served as the agricultural center for the Amador Valley. Its locally-grown hops were sought after by many of the largest domestic and foreign beer producers, making Pleasanton internationally famous.
John W. Kottinger, who arrived in 1851, was responsible for the naming of Pleasanton after a distinguished Civil War general, Alfred Pleasonton. However, a spelling error by a recording clerk in Washington D.C. resulted in a much more appropriate name.
When the transcontinental railroads rolled into Pleasanton in 1869, the town was assured of a future. The population then was only 500, but it soon began to grow.
Pleasanton was incorporated in 1894 and the city became home to Pleasanton Race Track, the oldest horse racing track in the nation. By 1900 Pleasanton was a thriving community complete with the Bank of Pleasanton, the Pleasanton Hop Company, the Ruby Hill vineyard, and three fancy hotels. Main Street became a center for business and community activity.
Pleasanton's rural character remained intact through the mid-20th century but during the century's latter stages the city became a magnet for retail/commercial developers. By the mid-1980s, Pleasanton was one of California's fastest growing cities.
The city today retains a welcoming family character while at the same time continuing its emergence as a major job center with an ongoing influx of many corporate businesses and industries.