Why Choose All American Cleaning & Restoration?

Carpet Cleaning and Restoration Services in Grace, ID

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Disasters occur all the time. When unexpected events like fire, flooding, or strong winds damage someone’s home or business property, they can cause a tremendous amount of stress for all the people affected. When you are facing disaster damage in your property, you should remember that there are professionals like All American Cleaning and Restoration (AACR) who can lend a hand.

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

Our restoration technicians at AACR have the expertise and all the modern implements necessary to carry out comprehensive cleanup and restoration of disaster-damaged properties. For more than 20 years, our customers in the city of Grace and surrounding communities in Idaho have counted on our complete range of services for the swift remediation of the disaster-related challenges they are facing.

We offer expert services like water damage and fire damage cleanup and restoration, mold removal, commercial building restoration, electronic equipment decontamination, and soda blasting services.

AACR is also a renowned carpet cleaning service provider. We offer modern carpet cleaning methods to ensure the deep-cleansing and restoration of dirty and worn-down carpets. Additionally, we also specialize in cleaning area rugs, upholstered furniture, and air ducts.

Our emergency response services are available round-the-clock in order for us to help people who are in need of immediate assistance. Please call us now at 866-707-8006 or send us a message through our contact page for a free estimate and site inspection.

Learn about Grace, ID

A street view in Grace, Idaho

The city of Grace is a small community of more than 900 residents located in the state of Idaho’s Caribou County.

Originally settled by the Shoshone Native American people, the area was then inhabited by people of European descent beginning in the 19th century. The city is very near the Oregon Trail, a wagon route and emigrant trail which connected what is now Pacific Northwest and Midwestern United States in the 1800s.

Originally a bedroom community for Soda Springs, where many of its residents used to commute to go to work, Grace is now home to a small business industrial park that has increased employment in the city. The park manufactures products like fertilizers and gun safes. It is also an agricultural community that produces crops like potatoes, grain, alfalfa, and dairy products.