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The Longfellow Bridge in Cambridge, Massachusetts

The flooring of a home or office space shows a lot about the property's character. When the carpet, area rug, or floor is clean, the place looks a lot better, not to mention more comfortable as a living or working area. Over time, however, these carpets, area rugs, and floors can become really filthy. Foot traffic, food and beverage spills, pet droppings, and so many other things can contribute to their rapid deterioration. That's why it is important to get them professionally cleaned once in a while.

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Professional carpet cleaning and home restoration in Cambridge, MA

Since 1978, Kennedy Carpet Cleaning has been one of the leading carpet cleaning and property restoration companies in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Our highly trained and licensed technicians have been the go-to service providers of thousands of customers from both big cities and small towns all around the state. Our company does not only clean carpets, area rugs, floors, and upholstery, we also help property owners who are dealing with water and fire damage in their homes or commercial establishments. Additionally, we are also one of the leading new flooring installers in Cambridge and surrounding communities.

More than a carpet cleaning company

The Longfellow Bridge in Cambridge, Massachusetts

In addition to our Kennedy Carpet Cleaning and Kennedy Restoration Services (established in 1993), our company also operates Kennedy Carpet Sales, which offers a variety of area rugs, carpets, and many other flooring materials from some of the most prominent manufacturers in the industry. Established in 1997, Kennedy Carpet Sales has since become our biggest and most profitable division. Presently, we also offer carpet cleaning equipment and cleaning solutions through our full-line equipment and consumables division, Cleaning and Restoration Supply of New England.

If you want to know more about what we can do for your home or commercial property, please don't hesitate to call us at 888-369-8626 or get in touch with us via our contact page.

Learn about Cambridge, MA

The Longfellow Bridge in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Chosen for its strategic and easily defendable location slightly upriver from the Boston Harbor, the site where the city of Cambridge now stands was first settled in 1630. The area's first European settlers — Puritan colonists from England who also founded the Massachusetts Bay Colony two years earlier in 1628 — originally called the settlement "the newe towne."

Cambridge is most known for its venerable educational heritage. In 1636, the Newe College was founded by the colony to educate future religious ministers. This would later be renamed to Harvard College, the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States and one of the schools of Harvard University. Other academic institutions were later established in the city, including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (established in Boston 1861, moved to Cambridge in 1916), Radcliffe College (1879), and Lesley University (1909). In the Mid-1800s, Cambridge became a center of an important literary and poetry movement.

In terms of land area, Cambridge initially started out as a small agricultural community. However, between 1790 and 1840, the town began to expand, thanks to the construction of bridges like the West Boston Bridge (1792) and Canal Bridge (1802), which turned previously uninhabited estates and marshlands into premier industrial and residential areas.

In 1846, Cambridge was officially incorporated. From 1850 to 1900, much of the city's present districts began to take shape. By 1920, the city was an industrial center, with nearly 120,000 people benefiting from industries that manufactured products like ink, confectionery, snacks, glass, and many more. This city's industrial base began to dwindle during the Great Depression of the 1930s, and after World War II, many of its factories have closed down.

Today, Cambridge is home to more than 105,000 people and is a leading a hub of the arts, architecture, and culture in the United States.

Estimate Request from Cambridge, MA
Josh W. on October 27, 2015 9:41:31am
I own a restoration company in VA and have been buying supplies and equipment from you. Love the online booking and menu. No need to call for appointment. Thanks!
Craig S. on October 17, 2015 9:47:33am
This is commercial office space
Altman A. on October 30, 2014 3:52:15pm
Office carpet cleaning needed for 1200ft walking space