Common Cents Carpet Cleaning Inc.
21 years in business10131 Chattel Cir
South Jordan, UT 84095-9036
- (801) 302-8655
Additional Phone Numbers
- (801) 505-9447
- (801) 505-9474
- (801) 505-9784
- (801) 505-9551
- (801) 505-9552
- (801) 505-9556
- (801) 505-9557
- (801) 505-9558
- (801) 505-9661
- (801) 505-9665
- (801) 505-9646
- (801) 505-9464
- (801) 505-9553
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BBB File Opened: 08/14/2000
Business Started: 05/01/1996
Business Started Locally: 05/01/1996
Business Incorporated: 01/20/1998 in UT
Type of EntityCorporation
- Ms. Deanna L Decker, Vice President
- Mr. Leonard R Decker, President
- Carpet and Rug Cleaners
- Flood Assistance
- Car Upholstery Cleaning
- Duct Cleaning
- Tile and Grout Cleaning
- Rug Cleaning
- Upholstery Cleaning
Products & ServicesThis company provides carpet and upholstery cleaning, fire water damage restoration, and tile and grout cleaning.
All of Salt Lake County
Southern Areas of Davis County
Northern Areas of UT County
Methods of Payment
- Cash, Check, Credit Cards (Visa, MC, Discover, Amex
Refund & Exchange Policy:30 Day Guarantee - If spots return, so do we.
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