We are a locally owned and owner operated business that is dedicated to providing the highest quality cleaning services in south east Idaho. We use the best equipment in the industry & have extensive training a& certifications to ensure quality. We have very competitive rates and our quality is second to none! We guarantee all of our work, and also guarantee that after you try us once you will never use another cleaning company again.
We provide high quality cleaning to south east Idaho.
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What We Do
Did you know that your carpet can trap allergens, dust, mold & bacteria in it? Our advanced steam cleaning process can eliminate those plus pet odors & common stains.
When is the last time you had your air ducts professionally cleaned? Air ducts have a big impact on the health of you & your family. Your home will not only smell better, you will also breathe easier.
Clean windows increase the beauty of your home from the outside & give you a better view from the inside. We clean your screens & eliminate years worth of hard water build up.
Your dryer vents are prone to getting clogged because they are used frequently and the exhaust pipe has a small diameter. Dirty dryer vents have been tied to hundreds of house fires in the US.
Give us a call today & experience the All Shine Clean.
Recent Cleaning Tips & Tricks
There are many reasons that you should have your carpets professionally cleaned by a carpet cleaner in Idaho Falls, ID. From prolonging the life of your carpet, to protecting your kids and pets from mold and bacteria. Here are our top 5 reasons… 1- Prevents buildup potential of unhealthy contaminants. Having your carpets professionally cleaned more »
By Randy | November 11, 2015
Several facilities use internal air ducts in order to heat or cool an entire building quickly and efficiently. The downside to this is that the internal sections of an air duct can get extremely filthy. One option is to crawl through the air ducts with a dust rag, the other is the highly more efficient more »
By All Shine | March 17, 2015