CARPET CLEANING RIALTO CA | 951-902-1456
Since 2002 Sunny Hills Chem-Dry in Rialto, CA has developed a natural sense for carpet cleaning service; starting with our natural carpet cleaner, certified green by The Carpet & Rug Institute. We clean most stains gently without the use of harsch chemicals and our cleaning results will make sure to prolong your carpet to stay cleaner longer, we also clean upholstery, tile, grout & area rugs. For the best carpet cleaning in Rialto, CA call the experts at Sunny Hills Chem-Dry for a healthy clean that's also GREEN.
Our Hot Carbonating Extraction (HCE) process was tested by a leading independent air quality laboratory in multiple homes. The lab found that Chem-Dry removes an average of 98.1% of common household allergens from carpets and upholstery. The common allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergens.
A HealthyHome is a Happy Home; Chem-Dry carpet cleaning, rug, upholstery and tile cleaning services without soaps, detergents or chemicals. Kids and pets love our cleaning process with hot carbonation for a natural cleaning service that works on all types of carpets, upholstery & rug cleaning for all clients in Rialto, California. Call us today and find out why we are #1 in the entire Inland Empire.
How is your carpet cleaning service company doing? Well, if your answer is no so good then is time to call Sunny Hills Chem-Dry carpet cleaning service for Rialto, Fontana, San Bernardino. Our cleaning process will leave your carpets clean and dry in hours, not days like the traditional steam cleaning methods. The carbonated cleaner we call Then Natural is safe for kids, pets and the environment and it's also certified green by the carpet & rug Institute. Give us a call in Rialto, CA Riverside County.
Just cleaning the carpet is not a complete service, we also protect and sanitize your carpet to ensure a Healthy Home Carpet Cleaning; plus your carpet will dry in just two hours not days. Our products are safe for kids, pets and the environment. Call your expert local carpet cleaning company today anywhere in Rialto, California area.
The Power of Chem-Dry, Gentle for Carpet and Your Family!
How do we do it? We use a cleaning solution that is not available to any other carpet cleaning company in the world - It's The Natural, our proprietary, effervescent, hot carbonated carpet cleaning process that is the core of our revolutionary company. We use a low pressure carpet cleaning system, with millions of microscopic cleansing bubbles to lift dirt and stains from your carpet, lifting them to the surface to be extracted away by our powerful tools and equipment. Because we use carbonation, much less water is required to remove tough stains and spills - leaving your carpet clean and fresh with a very short dry time. Steam cleaners can leave your carpets wet for days. With Sunny Hills Chem-Dry your carpets will be dry after only a few hours!
The Natural uses less water than other processes like steam cleaning & shampoo, so drying time is minimized, reducing the chance of mold, mildew and harmful bacteria growth.
The Natural is safe and gentle for most carpets and for your entire family, including your small children & pets.
The Natural contains no soaps, detergents, solvents, enzymes or other harsh chemicals - 100% Green & Clean.
The Natural leaves behind only your sparkling clean carpet with no soapy residues to attract dirt, causing your fabrics to get dirty again faster than ever.
Our staff is highly trained and certified to use the power of Hot Carbonating Extraction in order to provide the most thorough and healthy clean. You can trust our powerful equipment and proprietary cleaning solutions to offer the industry's finest results. We do whatever it takes to make sure that you are completely satisfied with the carpet cleaning service that is provided. Call or visit our main carpet cleaning store for chem dry carpet cleaning products or cleaning service in Palm Desert, CA at 74804 Joni Dr 9A Palm Desert, CA 92260
Our hot carbonating extraction equipment and The Natural cleaning solutions have received the Carpet & Rug Institute's Seal of Approval.
Rialto, CA History
Ancient artifacts discovered by archaeologists suggest that what is now the city of Rialto was settled prior to 1500. Such artifacts, now found at the Rialto Historical Society, indicate that the Serrano Indians lived in the Rialto area between 1500 and 1800 AD. There is no indication as to where these Native Americans went or why.
An adobe building from the early 19th century which was used for many purposes over the years, is the oldest building still standing in Rialto and stands restored in Bud Bender Park, formerly known as "Lilac Park". The City of Rialto leases the house and a small portion of park land to the Rialto Historical Society for $1 annually.
In 1842, the Lugo family was granted the Rancho San Bernardino-a holding of 37,700 acres-which encompassed Rialto. In 1851, the Mountain Family purchased part of the Lugo family's Rancho San Bernardino, and claimed several other portions of the bench which later became known as Rialto. This claim was later amended by the United States Government, permitting them a smaller fraction of the initial purchase.
In 1887 a railroad connector line was built between San Bernardino and Pasadena by the Santa Fe Railroad. Along the line, townsites were located every 2,600 yards (2,400 m) and by the fall of that year over 25 new towns were being built. This same year the Semitropic Land and Water Company was formed to organize the purchase and selling of real estate, water, and water rights and privileges.
In the fall of 1888, the first school was built and Brooke School District was formed. Records show that up until 1920, the Brooke School District was in continuous operation, except for a very short time in 1888. The prominent Rialto Trapp family bought the first school house in 1921, remodeled the building, and members of the family resided in it until it was destroyed by fire. The Rialto School District (today Rialto Unified School District), was formed in 1891. The staff consisted of two teachers and a principal with separate play areas for the boys and girls.
The Chamber of Commerce was established in 1907. The Chamber incorporated in the spring of 1911. By 1911 the population had grown to 1,500 with 40 businesses and a local newspaper. The election results on October 31 of the same year were 135 for the incorporation of the city and 72 against.
Foothill Boulevard was repaired in 1913 and became U.S. Route 66 a section of the U.S. highway system. In 1914 Los Angeles' Pacific Electric Railway completed its San Bernardino Line through the City of Rialto, with a junction at Riverside Avenue for the Riverside Line. Today the Tracks above First Street are a part of the Union Pacific and the Pacific Electric depot on Riverside Avenue is Cuca's Restaurant.
A fire in the 1920s swept through and destroyed many of the buildings in the downtown area.
Rialto's population growth had increased to 3,156 by 1950. In 1956 the population soared to 15,359. By 1964 it showed increase to 23,290 and 33,500 in 1978. Rialto is 4 miles (6.4 km) wide and 8.5 miles (13.7 km) long. Rialto's population grew from 80,000 in 1994 to over 91,873 in 2000.
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