At Chad’s Carpet Cleaning, our goal is to deliver the best cleaning services we can to our clients. Our company was founded in this part of Texas, and we are proud to call it home. Because we are cleaning for our friends, neighbors and local communities, we are very careful with how we treat our customers. Unlike some of the bigger chain carpet cleaners, we will never try to sell you goods or services you don’t need. We listen to your problem, take a look at what your options are and recommend only what is necessary to get the job done.
Our cleaning services include:
Our Alvin carpet cleaning team is second to none. We have the training, experience and equipment to help you clean all of your carpets and area rugs. We know that carpets are an investment, which is why we take extra care to get them as clean as possible.
Tile and grout will always become dirty over time, particularly grout. Because it is so porous, grout can soak up stains and be very difficult to get clean again. Our cleaning services can help you lift those stains and return your grout to its previous color, making areas like your kitchen and bathroom look and feel clean again.
Your furniture will naturally take up dirt and odors the longer it goes without a professional cleaning. Our services can help you remove the dirt, pet dander, allergens and bacteria that may be present in your furniture, making it so you can enjoy using it again.
If you need your carpet, tile or fabric upholstery cleaned, we are here to help. Please contact us at your earliest convenience to schedule an appointment for a cleaning. Let us make your home clean and comfortable, and protect your investments in the process.
Alvin is a small city in Brazoria County that is located south of Houston. As of the last census, the town has a population of 24,236. Alvin is considered to be part of the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land metro area.
The area where the city of Alvin sits was first built on by white settlers in 1845, when the cattle industry saw the arrival of the Thomas family. A few years later, in 1879, a man named Alvin Morgan arrived. He was working for the railroad and built a house in the area. Alvin eventually came to be considered the founding father of the town. Fellow settlers tried to name the town Morgan after him. Unfortunately, there was another Texas town already named Morgan, so they settled on Alvin instead.
Like many other towns in the area, farming was a primary industry here through the end of the 1890s and into the 1920s. All sorts of crops were grown in the area, including figs, strawberries, and pears. Citrus was popular for a time as well, but freezes killed off the orchards. In the 1930s oil was found in the area, then rice farming followed in 1948.
One of baseball’s most famous pitchers, Nolan Ryan, was raised in the city of Alvin from a very young age. Although he eventually moved out of the city and into Round Rock, Ryan officially lived there until 2003.