Mighty Clean is a professional certified carpet cleaning firm located in Northern Virginia, serving Chantilly and surrounding areas. The Carpet in your home our office is a big investment, when it’s time to have it cleaned call the experts.
Chantilly residents know that it takes more than just professional equipment to property care for carpet and upholstery, it takes knowledge and training. Our company and technicians have gone through extensive training to learn the chemistry behind the cleaning solutions we use. We hold multiple IICRC Certifications, which means we have the knowledge to property and safely clean your carpets so they last for years to come.
Our State-of-the art Truck Mounted Carpet Cleaning machine combined with our rotary extraction wand is guaranteed to remove more soil and allergens than other methods. Our 12 Step cleaning process includes pre vacuuming to remove dry soil, pre spraying and spotting to separate and loosen soil, hot water rotary extraction, neutralizing rinse to remove the cleaning agents and leave your floor or fabric soft and free of dirt attracting residue.
Our Upholstery and Fine Fabric cleaning experts determine the proper method and cleaning solutions to safely and effectively clean your homes furnishings. Common problems when cleaning upholstery include over wetting, using a too high of a pH cleaner, and not properly rinsing cleaning agents. We offer dry cleaning for delicate upholstery and low moisture cleaning for more common fabrics like micro fiber, polyester, and others.
If you have tile and grout in your home you won’t believe the amount of dirt and soil that accumulates in grout lines. Our professional hard surface floor experts can determine the proper method for cleaning your tile. Our tile and grout cleaning process is guaranteed to remove dirt and grime to make your floor shine.
Commercial carpet care is important to keep your office building or workplace looking clean for employees and clients alike. Commercial carpeting is not the same as what you find in a typical home and should be cared for differently too. Call Might Clean for your commercial carpet cleaning needs in Chantilly and we will develop a cleaning an maintenance program that fits your needs.
Chantilly is located in western Fairfax County and southeastern Loudoun County of Northern Virginia. Recognized by the U.S. Census Bureau as a census designated place (CDP), the community population was 41,041 as of the 2000 census. It is named after an early nineteenth century mansion and farm.
Chantilly is part of the Washington metropolitan area and is approximately 24 miles (39 km) from Washington, D.C.
Chantilly is home to Washington Dulles International Airport, which serves Washington, D.C. It is also the location of the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center annex of the National Air & Space Museum and the headquarters of the National Reconnaissance Office.
During the American Civil War on September 1, 1862, the Battle of Chantilly (or Ox Hill) was fought nearby. Following his victory at the Second Battle of Bull Run (or Second Manassas), Confederate General Robert E. Lee directed Major General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson to cross Bull Run on August 31 and sweep around the position of Major General John Pope’s Union Army of Virginia at Centreville. Reaching the Little River Turnpike northwest of Centreville, Jackson turned southeastward toward Fairfax Court House (now Fairfax, Virginia) to strike in rear of Pope’s army.
During September 1, Pope, apprised of Jackson’s movement, began to withdraw toward Fairfax Court House. Late in the day, Jackson clashed with Union forces under Brigadier General Isaac Stevens and Major General Philip Kearny near Ox Hill, west of Fairfax. During the ensuing battle, which was fought amid a raging storm, both Union generals Stevens and Kearny were killed. The fighting ended at dusk, and Pope’s army continued its withdrawal to Fairfax and subsequently to the Washington defenses.
Although commercial and residential development now covers most of the Chantilly (Ox Hill) battlefield, a small county park preserves a five acre (19,000 m²) portion of the battle site.