By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Professional Services | Issue: March 2012
Dynamic Carpet Care owner Daryl Brown and certified technician Jerry Waasdorp.
Think vacuuming your carpet gets it clean? Wrong! Even the best vacuum cleaner collects only a fraction of the dust, dirt and other allergens in your carpet, including pet dander and dust mites. There are billions of these tiny insects that thrive on the stuff your vacuum cleaner doesn’t – and can’t – get out. Ask a pro and they’ll tell you that the only way to rid your carpet of these pests is high pressure steam cleaning.
When visiting with Daryl Brown, owner of Dynamic Carpet Care, one thing is immediately apparent; this is not just a company with an owner and a revolving door band of employees. This is a company that thinks of itself as family, while they provide quality products and services to their valued customers in the metro Tulsa area.
Daryl and his wife, Rena, started their family owned and operated company in 2002 and have built the business together. They take pride in family, church, and the values they bring to their business of cleaning carpets, upholstery and ceramic tile. In addition to cleaning, Dynamic Carpet Care also repairs and re-stretches carpets.
Estimates are always free and there are no surprises after the job is over. The price quoted is what you will be charged for the services rendered. Recommended options, such as stain protectant, will be fully explained and priced if you are interested.
“We feel we set the industry standard in the Tulsa area and deliver the greatest value to our customers,” says Daryl. When a technician arrives at your door, you’ll find a clean-cut, friendly face in a fresh uniform, and you’ll immediately understand why Dynamic Carpet sets the standard. Photos and bios of each employee are posted on the company website. Dynamic Carpet Care knows that they get only one first impression with you, and they’re going to see that your needs are not only met, but exceeded, with professional attention to every detail. They also carry worker’s comp and general liability insurance for the protection of their customers, and you can download their certificate of insurance from the website.
Certified Technician Jerry Waasdorp says, “Dynamic is like family to me. I love working here. Daryl treats employees well and provides training opportunities to keep us on the leading edge of our trade. I take pride in my work.”
Dynamic’s standard cleaning process includes pre-treatment of all traffic areas and any stained areas, a surface pre-treatment of pet stained areas, the steam cleaning process to remove soils and cleaning solutions, a deodorizing process, and a final inspection to make certain that customers are 100 percent satisfied.
Pet stains and odor are common issues. Dynamic can help you deal with a pet challenge – from minor problems to major headaches. Although regular cleaning techniques are often sufficient to eliminate minor pet problems, if the problem has become multi-layered, it may require special measures which they can handle.
Services offered by Dynamic Carpet Care include residential and commercial carpet cleaning and maintenance, ceramic tile cleaning, stain removal, pet and urine odor neutralization, carpet protectors, carpet repair and re-stretching, upholstery fabric protection, and water restoration services.
You can hear Daryl each Saturday morning on “House Talk,” a radio show in Tulsa. Daryl alternates weekly between 1170 KFAQ at 7 a.m. and 740 KRMG at 8 a.m. Many tips from his weekly appearances on the radio shows are outlined on the Dynamic Carpet Care website, www.dynamiccarpetcarellc.com. For a clean beyond compare, call Dynamic Carpet Care.
Blankenship graduated from the University of Oklahoma and has enjoyed a lifetime career in advertising. He started his own advertising business in 1993 and enjoys creating graphic art and writing. Hobbies include hunting, fishing and pencil drawings. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married over 50 years and are active in their church and community. He has been a contributing writer for Value News/Values Magazine since 2005.