Gorilla Carpet Cleaning offer On-time, Worry Free, Fast Carpet Cleaning, Carpet Dyeing, Service the Same Day
Gorilla Carpet Cleaning is a licensed carpet cleaning Simi Valley services company where on-time, prompt, professional and courteous services are a way of life. We offer wide ranging carpet and rug cleaning services throughout All of Simi Valley and the neighboring areas.
As carpet and rug cleaning experts, Gorilla Carpet Cleaning Simi Valley offers peace of mind and evokes trust in the minds of consumers who are seeking prompt and efficient carpet cleaning services. Since 1988, our customers know they can trust us completely to do any work right the first-time round. We will never give you a reason to complain or be dissatisfied with the work we do. In fact, customer service is integral to our business philosophy and this has garnered us an impeccable reputation in the All of LA & Simi Valley, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, West Hills, Agoura Hills, Calabasas areas.
High quality carpet cleaning Simi Valley is ultimately defined as being able to restore or clean carpet and return it to its natural luster and pre-soiled restored state. There are 2 enemies to this: (1) Not using the right Chemicals, Heat, Agitation & process & (2) LEAVING TOO MUCH SOAP, CLEANING AGENTS IN THE CARPET!
Soap is more of an enemy than the soil is. This is because soaps and detergents are electrically charged to ATTRACT dirt! Re-soiling quickly and prematurely are the end result.
Gorilla Carpet Cleaning Simi Valley are EXPERTS in carpet cleaning. We are IICRC certified trained as well as having our masters in advanced fiber identification, cleaning. We DO NOT USE THE SOAPS THAT OTHER CARPET CLEANERS USE. OUR CLEANING LEAVES NO RESIDUE IN YOUR CARPETS! This is because we use a special chemical to strip, clean the carpet dye sites. It has a PH of 1, it is totally safe to infants & animals as well as allergy sufferers as well as to our wonderful environment. Our chemical has no odor and leaves no residue thus cleaning your carpet the most effectively. You wont believe it. Don’t believe us? Watch us put some on your worst stain and watch the stain disappear!
Why Choose Gorilla Carpet Cleaning? Local carpet cleaning All of Ventura County & Simi Valley CA
There are many reasons to make Gorilla Carpet Cleaning your go-to Carpet services expert in Simi Valley, CA. Besides guaranteeing 100 per cent customer satisfaction, we epitomize dependability. Our customers know that when they use our services, we endeavor to resolve their carpet problems in quick-time. This has made us a household name in All of Ventura County & Simi Valley and helped us forge long-term relationships with our residential and commercial customers.
If you are wondering why Gorilla Carpet Cleaning is the right residential and commercial carpet cleaning near me in Simi Valley for you,
Here are some compelling reasons to choose us:
- We handle all kinds of carpet cleaning jobs, from providing estimates to providing any carpet cleaning that you may need.
- We adhere stringently to standard and practices set forth by the IICRC (Carpet Cleaning Installation Certifications Organization) to make sure you never fall into any problem in the future.
- Our in-house technicians are certified and trained. They are up-to-date with the latest training and techniques and the necessary procedures to carry out all carpet cleaning work seamlessly.
- We offer our customers same day emergency services should the need arise.
- We have multiple trucks to service multiple customers simultaneously. Our trucks are completely equipped and stocked with the latest tools, equipment and materials to ensure we complete any assignment quickly- no need to come back.
- We give our customers peace of mind when they need it most.
Our services are hassle-free and we boast a quick turnaround time, the same day.
We stand behind our work and offer you an ironclad “Gorilla Carpet Cleaning’ guarantee” for our labor and quality of work.
We offer our customers tips on how to extend the life of their carpet.
Gorilla Carpet Cleaning Simi Valley is renowned for going beyond the call of duty. That is why we help our customers over the phone if they have any doubts or questions. We offer this service free-of-charge.
Whenever you call our office, you will always speak to the owner, who is certified, and who will guide you correctly.
It is prudent to remember that the IICRC has very specific regulations and our carpet technicians are trained to follow them stringently. We will always give you expert opinion supported by the right knowledge so that you can make an informed decision. We do not apply pressure to force you to hire our services and this relaxes you sufficiently to see the true picture and decide according.
So give us a call today at (805) 270-2033, you’ll be glad you did!
Simi Valley Tidbits
The Simi Valley name comes from the Chumash Indian word, Shimiyi, which means stringy clouds. These type of clouds are typically seen in the area. Simi Valley is in the south east corner of Ventura county California and is 40 miles north of Los Angeles. The population of Simi Valley in 2019 was 125,000. Simi Valley is surrounded by the Santa Susana mountain range with neighboring cities of Moorpark, Thousand Oaks, Chatsworth and the San Fernando Valley.
Directions to Simi Valley from Los Angeles – take the 405 highway north and then take the 118 highway west. The 118 Hwy is the only highway that travels through Simi Valley.
The ZIP Codes in Simi Valley are 93063 and. 93065. There are no professional sports teams and no airport in Simi Valley. There is one hospital called the Simi Valley Hospital. Simi Valley has one dog park found on the north side of the city. Simi Valley has one major mall call the Simi Valley Town Center located off Highway 118 between the Erringer and First Street exits.
Simi Valley is best known for the Ronald Reagan presidential Library were former Pres. Ronald Reagan was buried in 2004. It’s also the location of the Republican primary debate in 2012. Interesting facts is that Vermont University of Vermont ranked Simi Valley is the fifth happiest place in United States and according to the FBI statistics is one of the safest place in the country. The median household income is about $93,000.
Simi Valley is about 42 square miles with a mean annual temperature of about 64°. The annual precipitation is about 18 ½ inches with less than 1 inch of that is between April and October known as the dry season. The climate in Simi Valley is warm and dry during the summer with a mean temperature of about 70° during the day at 50° at night. Winter is wetter with mean temperatures dropping down into the high 30s at night. Simi Valley is surrounded by the Simi Hills which make it a high-risk area for wildfires during Southern California’s dry season
Racial makeup of Simi Valley is about 65% white, 1.4% African-American, .6% Native American, 9% Asian, .1% Pacific Islander and 23% Hispanic. There are about 41,000 households with an average family size of 3.33. 23% of households are singles or elderly living alone and the median age is 38 years. 75% of the population own their housing the other 25% rent.
Politically, Simi Valley is considered conservative and often described as Republican. Some publications have identified Simi Valley as one of the most conservative cities in the United States and was ranked 18th most conservative city in 2005. Simi Valley is located within the 25th Congressional District. There is one mayor elected every two years and four council members elected every four years. City council appoints the city attorney and city manager.
The Ronald Reagan presidential library is in Simi Valley and is visited by about 400,000 people per year. Former President Ronald Reagan was buried at this library in June 2004. The Library houses a former Air Force One Boeing 707 which served presidents Nixon through G.W. Bush and is available for tours.
Simi Valley is also known for the Corrigan Ville movie Ranch in the Santa Susanna Knowles where many television series were filmed during the 1950s such as Richard Carlson’s McKenzies Raiders. Other filming areas in Simi Valley include big sky Ranch for Little House on the Prairie.
Simi Valley has one train station use by Amtrack and MetroLink railroads and located at 5050 Los Angeles Ave. West of Stearns Street.
The largest employers in Simi Valley are Bank of America, Simi Valley Unified School District, Simi Valley Hospital healthcare, City of Simi Valley, Vons grocery stores, Meggit Safety Systems, and Albertson’s grocery store.
Simi Valley has four high schools Grace Brethren, Santa Susanna High School, Simi Valley High School and Royal High School. Santa Susanna high school was named a silver medal winner by U.S. News & World Report’s and Simi Valley high school was ranked among the top 1,000 high schools in country by MSNBC. There are three middle schools located in Simi Valley; Hillside Middle School, Valley View Middle School and Sinaloa Middle School.
Simi Valley has nearly 50 parks and 5,600 acres of publicly owned land including hundreds of acres in the land of the Simi Hills. The city also has six golf courses and many beautiful hiking trails. The southwest has numerous trails used for mountain biking, horseback riding and hiking. These are mainly found in the Wood Ranch open-space near Wood Ranch Parkway.
List of parks:
• Arroyo Park
• Arroyo Simi Trail
• Arroyostow Park
• Atherwood Park
• Berylwood Park
• Big Sky Park
• Challenger Park (area connects to Thousand Oaks and Westlake Village, with trail outlets in these cities as well)
• Chumash Park
• Citrus Grove Park
• Corriganville Park
• Coyote Hills Park
• Darrah Park
• Foothill Park
• Frontier Park
• Houghton-Schreiber Park
• Indian Hills Open Space
• Knolls Park
• Las Llajas Canyon (connects to Chatsworth, Los Angeles)
• Lincoln Park
• Marr Ranch Open Space
• Mayfair Park
• Mount McCoy
• Mount Sinai
• Oak Park
• Old Windmill Park
• Parker Ranch Open Space
• Rancho Madera Park
• Rancho Santa Susana Community Park
• Rancho Simi Community Park
• Rancho Tapo Community Park
• Rocky Peak Park (connects to Chatsworth, Los Angeles)
• Sage Ranch Park (adjacent to West Hills, Los Angeles)
• Sand Canyon Open Space
• Santa Susana Park & Historic Railroad Depot
• Sequoia Park
• Simi Hills Park
• Simi Peak (highest point in Simi Valley)
• Sinaloa Park
• Stargaze Park
• Strathearn Historical Park and Museum
• Sycamore Canyon Park
• Sycamore Park
• Tapo Canyon Regional Park
• Tierra Rejada Park (connects to Moorpark)
• Verde Park
• Vista Del Arroyo Park
• Willowbrook Park
• Wood Ranch Open Space (connects to Thousand Oaks)