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Carpet Cleaning and Restoration Services in Firth, ID

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Fire accidents, mold infestation, floods, and windstorms — these are just some of the things that can endanger homes and business establishments. If you are not backed by a dependable restoration contractor, these events can prove to be very difficult to address. Thankfully, there are experts who can help you when such things happen.

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

One such professional restoration company is All American Cleaning and Restoration (AACR). Our team is one of the most trusted names in disaster restoration and cleanup services in Firth and surrounding communities in the state of Idaho.

Whether you own a residential or commercial property, you can count on us to be a trusted partner in your journey to recovery. Some of our specialties include fire damage restoration, water damage restoration, commercial building restoration, mold remediation and electronic equipment restoration.

Our clients in Firth also trust us for many of their home improvement and cleaning needs. Using time-tested modern methods like steam cleaning and bonnet cleaning, we will make your dirty, tired-looking carpets look brand new again. And if you need other services like area rug cleaning, and upholstery cleaning, air duct cleaning, or soda blasting, just call on our team, and we’ll be more than happy to help you.

Please call us now at 866-707-8006 or send us a message for a free site inspection. Because we know that emergencies happen all the time, our representatives will take your call no matter what time of the day or night it is.

Learn about Firth, ID

City Blackfoot, Idaho

Located in Bingham County in the state of Idaho, the city of Firth was home to 469 people in 2013.

Firth is traversed by the Yellowstone highway and is located east of the Snake River and the Veteran’s Memorial Highway. It is adjacent to the city of Basalt.

Firth’s history began when Swedish pioneers settled in the area in 1885. The community they formed was named in honor of Lorenzo Firth, an immigrant from England who donated his property for a railroad section house. In 1903, the railroad company named the station after him.

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