Sumner Carpet Cleaning Service
If you live in Sumner, Summit, South Hill, Edgewood, Lake Tapps, or Bonney Lake, Carpet Technicians, Inc. is your carpet cleaning company for barefoot clean carpets.
Sumner Carpet Cleaning Clients Rave About Carpet Technicians, Inc.
“Carpet Technicians does a great job and is always very reliable. I am the property manager for many homes that are being prepared for the market. I can count on Dave to be at the property when he says he will and to be honest about if the carpets can be cleaned or should be replaced. They stick to the quoted price unless something is unusual and then I get a call to discuss the issue. I use Carpet Technicians because they do they job and I don’t have to think about it again. I’m too busy to chase down someone else. I highly recommend using them.” – Lorna W., owner of Lorna Sells Homes, Inc. Sumner, WA
“Having clean carpets lifts your spirits! Dave does a wonderful job – very particular and thorough.” – R. Knight, Sumner, WA
“Great carpet cleaning service – very pleased! Carpets were pretty bad – Dave did a great job cleaning them. Very professional and honest. Would definitely refer my family and friends to him.” – S.Holloway, Sumner, WA Fun Facts About Sumner
Sumner, Washington was settled in 1853 at the junction of the Puyallup River and the Stuck Creek (now known as the White River). With its fertile river valley, Sumner quickly became an agricultural community growing a variety of crops included daffodils, rhubarb, hops, berries, vegetables, and turf grasses.
In 1883, the town was platted on 160 acres owned by John Kincaid. It was the establishment of the Northern Pacific Railroad line through the Sumner area, and the construction of the depot, which led to the development of the community. With 127 registered voters, and a majority vote, the town of Sumner incorporated in 1891. By 1900, the population had exploded to 538 residents and the town extended to about 6 square miles, nearly its current size.
Today, agriculture remains important to the Sumner’s economy, along with food manufacturing, wood product production, and warehousing and distribution. Sumner is also the self-proclaimed “Rhubarb Pie Capital”! Currently, Sumner ranks 81st in population among cities in Washington state, with nearly 9,500 residents in about 4,500 households. That’s a lot of carpets to be cleaned!
Sumner is a great place to live. As soon as you cross the famous Sumner Bridge and enter the cozy downtown district, you’ll feel right at home. You’ll have fun all year ’round, from February’s “Wine Walk” to the spring Dafodil Festival to summer car shows to a downtown Halloween “Street of Treats” extravaganza to an old-fashioned Christmastime Santa Parade. (Be sure to stick around after the parade for the lighting of the Sumner bridge!) Explore Sumner’s Art Walking Tour or learn about local history at the Sumner Historical Museum. Visit the spectacular Windmill Gardens or stroll along the banks of the Puyallup River. And for some of the most breathtaking vistas of Mt. Rainier, be sure to stop by Rainier View Park.
Sumner has the feel of a small town with the conveniences of a big city. And Sumner is only 35-45 minutes from downtown Seattle (depending on traffic) and about 25 minutes from Tacoma.
Helpful Links for More Sumner Info
- City of Sumner: www.sumnerwa.gov
- Puyallup/Sumner Chamber of Commerce: www.puyallupsumnerchamber.com
- Sumner Downtown Promotion Association: www.promotesumner.com
- Sumner Visitor Center: www.rhubarbpiecapital.com/visiting-sumner/visitors-center
- Daffodil Festival: www.thedaffodilfestival.org
- Sumner Art Walking Tour: www.rhubarbpiecapital.com/visiting-sumner/walking-tours
- Music Off Main: www.rhubarbpiecapital.com/event/music-off-main-9
- Rhubarb Pie Capital: www.rhubarbpiecapital.com
- Rainier View Park: www.sumnerwa.gov/rainier-country
- Heritage Park: www.sumnerwa.gov/raise-it-up-2/heritage-park
- Herbert Williams House: www.landmarkhunter.com/158147-herbert-williams-house
- Sumner Historical Society / Ryan House: www.sumnerhistoricalsociety.com
- Windmill Gardens: www.windmillgarden.com