When our company was established, we wanted to serve our friends, neighbors and communities in the best way we knew how – by providing effective, dependable carpet cleaning services. Not only did we want to provide the best cleaning services, we wanted to provide the kind of customer service and personal touch that the bigger corporate chains could not. We believe we have accomplished these goals. Our long list of satisfied clients is a testament to this.
We deliver the cleaning services you need to make your home look, smell and feel like new again. Our services include:
When you are in need of Manvel TX carpet cleaning, we hope you think of us. Our home grown carpet cleaning team can get all of your carpets and area rugs clean and looking great. We can eliminate stains, odors and allergens, making your carpets enjoyable to use and safe for your family.
Your tile and grout will naturally get dirty and stained over time, especially the grout. Our cleaning services can help you get things back the way they should be, removing stains and eliminating bacteria.
All furniture will become stained and soiled eventually, but with our fabric upholstery cleaning services, you can make your furniture like new again.
If you need your carpet, tile or furniture cleaned, please let us know. Our helpful team of professionals is ready to help you get your carpet and furnishings back the way you want them – clean, comfortable and beautiful.
Located directly south of Houston on Texas State Highway 288, Manvel is a small Texas city with a population of 5,179. Manvel is considered part of Brazoria County. Despite its small size, Manvel – like most cities in the area – has seen a fair amount of growth. The town only have 3,046 residents in 2000.
The city was first settled in 1857 and went by the name of Pomona, but another town also had this name in Texas, so the name was changed to Manvel. The Gulf, Colorado and Sante Fe Railway put down tracks through the area, which brought in new residents and industry. When Texas Oil Company hit oil in the area, the town became focused on the production of oil and grew quite a bit again.
The town’s population would rise and fall quite a few times over the years, as businesses were established, grew and then faded. The town only have 110 residents in 1975, but had 4,441 residents in 1988.
• Manvel occupies 23.6 square miles.
• Manvel students go to school in the Alvin Independent School District.
• Manvel is served by five schools – E.C. Mason Elementary School, Don Jeter Elementary School, Mary Marek Elementary School, Manvel Junior High School at Rodeo Palms and Manvel High School.
• Residents of Manvel are close enough to a number of higher education institutions to commute, including Texas A&M Galveston, Houston Community College, University of Houston, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston Baptist University, Rice University, Baylor College of Medicine and University of St. Thomas.