Address: 120 Muelhouse Street Belton, TX 76513 View Map
Phone: (254) 933-8989
Belton ISD using new security communication tool
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Volunteers search for missing Temple man, woman
Man accused of stabbing woman in Killeen
Effects from shutdown felt in Central Texas
Search enters day four for Temple man, woman
Search continues for 2 people missing from Temple
2 people reported missing from Temple
Doctor's license suspended by state medical board
Water breaches dam of local lake
Bell County officials sworn in make history
Gym tops list for New Year's resolutions
Killeen mom searching for answers in son's death
Temple shooting victims remembered at funeral service
Hundreds say goodbye to Temple shooting victims at funeral service
Visitation held for grandmother, mom gunned down
Woman relieved burglar arrested, sentenced
Repeat Burglar Arrested, Sentenced
Organ donor's legacy lives on
Killeen restaurant gives back to those in need
Killeen restaurant gives back to those in need
Local teacher gets car repaired for free in giveaway
Local clinic helping vets with PTSD this holiday season
Single mom who lost everything in fire gifted new home
LGBT community speaks before KISD school board
KISD Stranger Danger
Killeen city council passes controversial fee
Bell County deputies investigating double-shooting
Community helping Killeen mom after home destroyed in fire
Family remembers 18-year-old killed in Temple
Two girls charged with murder in Temple
Santa Claus lands in Temple for event
UPS drivers using personal vehicles to deliver packages
City leaders pass plan for redevelopment of downtown buildings
Bankruptcy causes closures
Church service held for first time since bishop's death
Community remembers Bishop Nate Holcomb
Miracle in Lampasas
Fill the boat for Toys for Tots
KISD students help design new school
Belton Fire department hiring
Ceremony honors victims of violent crimes
Central Texans take advantage of Black Friday sales
Wreaths For Vets ceremony held in Killeen
Area fire investigators learn how to get to the truth beneath the ashes
Local groups give back to homeless teens
Volunteers help prepare wreaths for ceremony
Killeen Police report more robberies
More Killeen Robberies
Killeen ISD student wins "America to Me" scholarship
Local military spouse talks new Walmart program
2 reported robberies across Central Texas
Local musician raises money to help friend injured in car accident
Killeen: Residents remember victims of 2009 Fort Hood shooting
Central Texas state House race goes down to the wire
Killeen ceremony remembers vets who commit suicide
17-year-old accused of fatally shooting brother
Local girl struck by truck; mother wants drivers to slow down
Local students help tag monarch butterflies
Family of Korean War veteran receives posthumous medals
Local middle school football players, coach suspended
Students at one local school could go, but they couldnt flush
1st Cav soldier laid to rest
Belton firefighters speak out about issues
Operation Phantom Support
Senator Ted Cruz holds rally in Killeen
Gov. Greg Abbott Stops in Belton
Bell County: Lake levels remain high
Killeen ISD board members review school designs
City of Temple plans to address cemetery issues
Man injured in shooting in Killeen
Church raising money for clean water in South Sudan
Belton students evacuated
City leaders vote on highway project in Copperas Cove
Copperas Cove expected to decide on highway project
Belton mom remembers husband killed one year ago
Students injured after bus accident near Lampasas
Residents discuss plans for expanding SL-121
Copperas Cove residents tackle water billing issues
Killeen mayor takes trip to D.C.
Patients evacuated from hospital after power outage
Multicultural festival held in Copperas Cove
Volunteers help clean up Killeen park
Copperas Cove ISD students injured in accident
POW and MIA Wreath laying ceremony held on Fort Hood
Missing woman found dead, relative speaks out
Teen injured in ATV accident dies
Belton city council approves road plan
Coming Up at 10 Powell
Burned Body Found After Brush Fire
CCISD speaks on tax ratification plans
Central Texans observe 9/11
Fort Hood officials address lead-based paint
Killeen mom overcoming odds to finish degree at A&M-Central Texas
Family searching for answers after show ewe fatally shot
Voters pass CCISD's tax ratification election
Police ask for help in finding missing woman, daughter
Man remembers Hurricane Maria a year later
First public hearing on new tax rate in Killeen
Community rallies behind deputy battling cancer
Central Texas veteran remembers John McCain
Killeen PD's "Kid Watch" Program
Candlelight vigil for Killeen man
Belton Fire makes new changes
Killeen parent upset over bus delays
Third Annual Back-to-School Drive
TX responds to Drivers License office closure
Killeen ISD increases security
Local group hosts benefit for Lampasas sheriff deputy fighting cancer
Copperas Cove ISD federal fund shortfall
Hit and Run crash victim's family speaks out
Temple City officials address spike in crime
Milam Sheriff laid to rest
Un-Included Club
Rainbow Room Needs Donations
Area Wildfires Create Allergy and Asthma Issue
Arson investigation underway
Operation Phantom Support Keeps Doors Open
Bell County Sheriff Investigating Cat Video Case
Homestead Exemption
Temple fireworks warning
Central Texas women help people become U.S citizens
Central Texans donate clothes to Gatesville evacuees
DOJ reports findings to Killeen police
Korean-U.S Friendship Monument In Killeen
CTX Advocates for Suicide Prevention Funding
UMHB Land Swap
Killeen athletic trainer retires after 57 years
Kempner chief speaks on staff downsizing
Family had big dreams for toddler found in backyard pool
Killeen mayor speaks on 2nd term
Warriors to Wheels
Silo District Marathon
Killeen residents speak on shootings
Temple Mail Mixup
Central Texans Hopeful After Korean Summit
Coach resigns from CCISD
Rogers Fire Noon Update
Olympic Torch donated to UMHB
Volunteers clean cancer patient's home
Temple Library board approves display policy
Killeen High School Fire Academy
Firefighters Sharpen Extrication Skills
Holocaust Survivor Speaks to Fort Hood Soldiers
Killeen Business Damaged By Fire
911 Dispatchers Save Man's Life
Virtual Reality Home In Central Texas
Killeen Dumpster Concern
Leon Bridge Undergoes Repairs
Gunfire in Killeen neighborhood
The Wall That Heals
Vietnam Memorial visits
DACA March 5 Deadline
Read Across America
Killeen: Local group works with expectant mothers
Copperas Cove teen speaks out on bullying
Harker Heights: Business reacts to solar panel tariff
Two women sent to hospital after crash
Woman Struck & Killed By Train
When to have your air ducts cleaned
Remodeling the bathroom
Hard Floors vs. Carpet
What's new for flooring with easier maintenance?
When is the time to treat or protect your carpet for pet stains?
Selecting Wood Flooring
What to do about those pet stains
Cleaning the Carpet Yourself
Carpet Cleaning Tips
Water Tips in Your Home
Carpet Accidents
Clean Carpets
Carpet Care Tips
Over the Counter Cleaners
Air Duct Cleaning
Air Duct Cleaning
Hard Stains
Deep Cleaning
Tile & Grout Cleaning

About Us

Bell County Carpet Cleaners is a floor cleaning serving Belton, Temple, Killeen, Harker Heights, Georgetown, Salado, Waco, and surrounding Central Texas and also serves all of Bell County.

As your number one full service carpet and rug cleaning company, we provide the safest and most thorough cleaning available. Our cleaning company is extremely environmentally sensitive, which is why we only use cleaning agents that are non-toxic and safe for your family and pets.

We also specialize in water restoration and ductwork cleaning. We do it all!

We also serve commercial clients, which include additional services such as janitorial services, floor stripping, and furniture cleaning. Commercial accounts and contract rates are accepted. We even accept insurance claims.

In addition to our excellent cleaning services, we offer a wide variety of Carpet, Tile and Linoleum / Vinyl for sale.

Our specialties include:

* Carpet Cleaning
* Air Duct Cleaning
* Tile and Grout Cleaning
* Furniture Cleaning
* Move in/Move Out Make Ready Services
* Floor Stripping
* 24 hour Water Extraction
* Carpet Repairs & Re-Stretch
* Move in and out Specials


Bell County Carpet Cleaners FAQ

What are the most recommended cleaners?
You can buy solutions at any store but we also carry a large selection of cleaners that we will bring out to you, when we arrive for your appointment or you can come into our location and we can assist you in the right solution for your specific need.

1. What solutions should I stay away from?
Products that foam or contain bleach. When the product foams its actually attracting dirt and soil. Some products do contain bleach and as we all know bleach will remove the color from your carpet so be sure to read the label.

1. I always rent my carpet cleaner from the store; doesn’t this do the same thing you can do?
Most of these machines only clean the surface of the carpet; stains and soil can rest on the backing of the carpet, over time the same spot will resurface. They also leave your carpet over saturated and can take hours to operate yourself. We’ll be in and out of your home / office quickly while doing a thorough job.

1. I always rent my carpet cleaner from the store; doesn’t this do the same thing you can do?
Most of these machines only clean the surface of the carpet; stains and soil can rest on the backing of the carpet, over time the same spot will resurface. They also leave your carpet over saturated and can take hours to operate yourself. We’ll be in and out of your home / office quickly while doing a thorough job.

1. How do I keep my carpets maintained between appointments?
Spot cleaning with solutions recommended by a credible carpet cleaning company is the easiest way. Remember to always use a white towel because a colored towel could possibly bleed into the carpet, staining it. Just dab the spot, do not scrub, scrubbing will usually set the stain.

Bell County Carpet Cleaners