Carpet Cleaner Earns 10th Clean Trust Certification Educational training for carpet cleaners started in the 1970's, by Ed York, who designed, trained, and sold the then new "Carpet Steam Cleaning Method".
BRIDGEPORT, Pa., Oct. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The value of education cannot be overlooked. The ability to adapt, learn, and master new skills is more important then ever. Cleaning technician, John Kutch has just completed an 18 hour carpet cleaning training class in Philadelphia, PA. "It was a lot to learn, and the exam was not easy," says John.
"John is a proven leader. I'm excited he's now one of the best carpet cleaning experts in the world. For our company this is great news. This year we passed the EPA LEED Safe certification, designed a new oriental rug cleaning plant, and now this. I'm excited for John," said manager Dennis Myers.
Founded in 1999, A1 Sparkles (http://a1sparkles.com) is a natural carpet cleaner. Instead of heavy chemicals they use green products and pure steam carpet rinsing. Located in King of Prussia, PA they serve the Philadelphia area. The company claims "from maid service to air ducts, area rug cleaning, carpets, tile, floods and marble. We make it sparkle."
The IICRC started in the 1970's, by Ed York, who designed and sold the then new "Carpet Steam Cleaning" truck-mount system for deep cleaning carpet cleaning. The new carpet cleaning system attracted so many members, Ed started a training school. The IICRC became a trade school for people all over the world looking to learn about the carpet, rug, and fiber cleaning business.
As of 2012 the IICRC became known as The Clean Trust.
SOURCE A1 Sparkles