Why Choose All American Cleaning & Restoration?

Carpet Cleaning and Restoration Services in Declo, ID

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Disasters can happen to anyone at any time. How soon a property owner can recover from such misfortunes largely depend on the kind of remediation and restoration work their homes or business establishments receive and how soon the disaster situation is managed. Fire accidents, for instance, tend to leave acidic soot and smoke that can cause the corrosion of other items inside a house or a building. If you are facing disaster damage in your home and you want to get your life back to normal fast, call All American Cleaning and Restoration (AACR) now.

Professional restoration, cleaning, and home improvement services in Declo, ID

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Our approach to disaster restoration is simple: get the work done as quickly as possible while maintaining high standards of quality and safety. If you have a reliable contractor like AACR with you who can help you determine the best ways to deal with your disaster-affected property, you can rest assured that your life will return to normal in no time.

Our services include water damage and fire damage cleanup and restoration, mold removal, commercial building restoration, electronic equipment decontamination, and soda blasting services. Our customers also count on us for their household cleaning needs. We are experts in cleaning carpets, area rugs, upholstered furniture, and air ducts.

Please call us now at 866-707-8006 or send us a message through our contact page. We are prepared to render 24/7 emergency services to people in Declo who are in need of immediate assistance from professionals.

Learn about Declo, ID

A street view in Declo, Idaho

The city of Declo is located in Cassia County in the state of Idaho. Home to 349 residents in 2013, Declo is part of the larger Burley Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is home to more than 42,000 people.

The city’s name was originally called Marshfield. However, in 1916, the city was renamed Declo in honor of the Dethles and Cloghly families, who resided in the community.

In 1923, a 14-year-old boy named John Richard Simplot founded the J.R. Simplot Company near Declo. It is today one of the world’ largest producers of agricultural products.