Best Carpet & Tile Cleaning Service in Sacramento, California.
Why Choose Fairest Cleaning and Restoration For Floor Cleaning?
Reputation & Experience: We have over 30 years of experience and know Sacramento customers very well. We have cleaned thousands of carpets and with that comes the ability to solve many problems that arise.
Technology: Our technology ensures we are using the best tools and machines to deliver clean and professional carpet and floor care services. Whether it is a simple clean or a complicated pet odor job we have the ability to provide the top of the line service to ensure we get the maximum amount of dirt and contamination out of your floors through a steam cleaning process.
Service: “Our goal is to make you a customer for life!” In order to make that a possibility we focus on educating, listening and finding the best solution for your home, business, or establishment.
Fun Facts About Sacramento
Fact 1: Sacramento is California's sixth capital, since 1854, and has been the state capital on two different occasions.
Fact 2: Sacramento has some unique nicknames, including "The Camella Capital of the World," "City of Trees," and "The Big Tomato."
Fact 3: Sacramento features an extensive network of tunnels beneath the city's foundations, built during the raising of the city to avoid flooding.
Fact 4: Sacramento is one of America's "haunted" cities. Some of the famously haunted locations include the Governor's Mansion and the California State Library.
Fact 5: Sacramento's $68 million renovation of the Capitol building in 1976 was the largest restoration project of that time in U.S. history.
Fact 6: Sacramento is second only to Paris, France, in number of trees per capita in the world.
Fact 7: Sacramento is home to the world's largest almond processing plant, Blue Diamond. On a busy day during harvest season, more than 12 million pounds of almonds are delivered for processing.
Fact 8: Sacramento's elevation is only 17 feet above sea level, even after the city's raising in the mid-1800s.
Fact 9: Sacramento was the birthplace of the Pony Express. The 1,980-mile mail delivery service began in 1860, and traveled from Sacramento to St. Joseph, Missouri.
Fact 10: Sacramento was where Mark Twain was hired as a special news correspondent with the now-defunct Sacramento Union newspaper in 1866, reporting on the city during its old west days. (*)