American Cleaning Services - Your Carpet and Upholstery Cleaners!
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American Cleaning Services History


After working in the cleaning industry for about a year, Jim Miller recognized the need for a cleaning company that provided world-class service for homeowners and commercial business-owners alike. In 2003, he chose the name American Cleaning Services because, as Americans, we share the pride of being the very best at everything we do. For the following couple of years, he began to research and develop new procedures in carpet and upholstery care. Then in 2005, he decided to dedicate himself full time to the cleaning industry. As a result, American Cleaning Services has expanded from flooring and furniture care to the fire, water, and mold restoration industry. They are known for their attention to detail, their professionalism, and their thorough cleaning procedures. Their integrity and character are defined by their dedication to furthering their education and certifications through the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certifications, better known as the IICRC. American Cleaning Services continues to grow while never losing sight of the values and services that make companies great. We invite you to join the elite and experience world-class service.


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(641) 660-8358
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Oskaloosa, IA 52577
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