When Chad’s Carpet Cleaning was founded, we wanted to provide the best carpet cleaning services we could to our area. Because we live and work in this part of the state, we have a special appreciation for the people who live here. We work hard for our customers, because in the end they are our friends and neighbors.
When you think of Pearland carpet cleaning, we want you to think of us at Chad’s Carpet Cleaning. We are here to provide you with all the professional floor and surface cleaning options you need to keep your home looking great. Our services include:
We use proven techniques and the newest cleaning technologies to clean and care for your carpets and area rugs. Our professional cleaning services keep your carpet looking and feeling like new.
We clean both tile and grout, eliminating stains and removing contaminants that can get stuck in your grout.
Let us help you put new life into your valuable furniture and fabric upholstery.
Our Pearland carpet cleaning team is ready to go to work for you. Please contact us now to discuss your specific cleaning needs. We look forward to helping you any way we can!
Located southeast of the city of Houston, Pearland is considered part of the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land metropolitan area. The majority of Pearland sits withing Brazoria County, but there are some portions of the city that are considered part of Harris county and Fort Bend county.
Probably the most remarkable thing about Pearland is its exceptional growth in recent years. Pearland went from 37,640 residents in 2000 to 91,252 by 2010. Few cities grow at such a phenomenal rate, which is why Pearland is ranked in the top 15 fastest growing cities for the decade from 2000-2010. The population growth has put Pearland in the number three spot for the biggest cities in the Houston metropolitan area. Pearland is also considered the second fastest growing city in the state.
Like most cities in the area, Pearland began its days as a center for agriculture. The name Pearland was actually chosen because of all the delicious pears that were being grown in the region at the time. The area was registered as Pear Land in 1894.
The focus on growing fruit was not to last, though. The hurricanes that hit the Galveston area in 1900 and 1915 destroyed the orchards. At the time, Pearland had a recorded population of 400 residents. The area did continue to be a center for agricultural endeavors, though, growing figs, corn and cantaloupes among other fruits and vegetables.
The growth really began in Pearland in the 1990s, when developers began to convert fields to housing developments. Now the differences in housing stock can be seen on the east side compared to the west side of the city – with new developments on the west and older homes on the east side.
Part of the contributing factor to Pearland’s amazing growth is the fact that the city is 83% residential. Although there are certainly plenty of industries and employers in the area, the city has also become a popular place to live when you work in another part of Houston.