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This isn’t a question that many homeowners are asking today but could be in the near future.

As you well know California is in the midst of a severe drought that seems to be getting worse by the day. For some residents in California, they literally have to walk a mile to get a sip of water!

It’s hard to believe that in 2015 we have people in the United States experiencing this type of hardship.

This current drought doesn’t recognize state borders and has rampaged through states as far north as Washington State and has reached the western edge of New Mexico.  The entire west in tinderbox right now.

With the utter lack of water in the western states, wildfires have been rampant this year as well. According to the National Interagency Fire Center,  7.2 million acres of land have been burned this year.

There is a total of 88 active large fires as we speak right now. Here is a quick breakdown of the states currently affected.

  • Idaho: 21
  • Washington State: 17
  • California: 16
  • Montana: 14
  • Oregon: 11


Heck, this fire season has been so bad, President Obama has declared a state of emergency for Washington State.

Also, for the first time in a decade, the U.S. military has deployed active-duty soldiers to help battle these wildfires.

The seriousness of the water situation across the west can not and should not be underestimated.


State Governments & Businesses React To The Drought

State governments across the west are developing numerous strategies to combat the drought, which ultimately could affect homeowners and businesses alike. Take a look at what our neighbors are doing.


California Governor Jerry Brown issues an executive order that requires .

California Governor Jerry Brown issues an executive order that requires cities to cut water usage by 25%.





While the drought isn’t as severe here in Arizona, our state government is being prudent with its drought planning.

Local governments, municipalities and utilities across Arizona are being urged to upgrade to more water-efficient technology.

According to research conducted by the water conservation group Western Resources Advocates, 500,000 acre-feet of water can be saved each year with smart meters.

This is enough to supply 1 million homes with water!  Did you know that Arizonans are ahead of the nation in installing water efficient faucets and showers?

Nearly 35% of Arizonans are using EPA-rated efficient bathroom faucets and 39.3 percent have the stingiest shower heads! Arizona is leading the way to a brighter future!


Phoenix Carpet Repair & Cleaning: Our Low Moisture Carpet Cleaning Saves Water

We are fully aware of the water issues impacting our state and the west in general. We strive to provide you with the best carpet cleaning service in town while trying to protect the environment.

Water is the lifeblood of our business, so we definitely want to do our part to conserve this precious resource.

The average carpet cleaning business can easily use 500 gallons of water per day depending on how many homes are cleaned.

As an environmentally responsible carpet cleaning company, we are proud to offer our low-moisture carpet cleaning service to you.

Our low-moisture carpet cleaning service helps us save water on every carpet cleaning that we do!

Our water extraction steam carpet cleaning service uses between 20-60 gallons of water depending on the soil level and the size of the home.

Our low-moisture carpet cleaning service only uses 3-4 gallons of water per carpet cleaning!

This is a dramatic reduction in water usage per cleaning!

The west is changing and so are we. We must all adapt to the reality of having less water in order to preserve the great state of Arizona for future generations.

We are dedicated to using all water-efficient carpet cleaning techniques and technologies as soon as they become available.

If you would like to try our low-moisture carpet cleaning service today please give us a call at 602-688-4186 or contact us by email.

If you don’t have time to call us you can schedule your appointment online! We look forward to serving you soon!

We serve the following areas: Goodyear,  Avondale, Phoenix, Peoria, & Litchfield Park!


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