Carpet Cleaning Estero

A Smarter, Lasting Clean™

Keeping Your Home Clean in Estero and the Surrounding Areas

Traditional cleaners use harsh chemicals and soaps that leave behind residue, attracting dirt over time — the opposite of what you want after a cleaning. Our patented technology uses Zr Water™ — it's soft water that's been electrolyzed and oxidized to extract dirt, grime and bacteria, keeping your carpets softer, safer, and clean longer.

Cleaning Surfaces that Matter Most

We don't just clean carpets. Zerorez® removes dirt from living spaces where you and your loved ones spend time, creating a clean, healthy home. And, because we don't use soaps, detergents, or harsh chemicals which attract dust and dirt over time, your surfaces stay cleaner longer.

Zerorez® Carpet Cleaning

Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Sunday: Closed

Fort Myers

5701 Country Lakes Dr Unit 8

Fort Myers, FL 33905

Carpet Cleaning Estero, Florida

Near Cape Coral, Fort Myers, and Bonita Springs is a little village called Estero; which in Spanish means an estuary or safe harbor. Estero is special because it is a very small community with approximately 23,000 residents. Though small, it is conveniently next to highways that make it easy to access all the surrounding cities and attractions. At the heart of the town is a beautiful river, Estro River, that flows into Estero Bay. Locals and visitors love to take in the sights of this river and bay from land and out from the water in canoes and kayaks. Due to the goal of this village to protect the natural beauty of Estero, everywhere you go you will find natural, green, paradise-like wildlife.

In the 1930s two brothers started an attraction called Reptile Gardens in hopes to draw tourists into the town during their travels down the only road that connected Tampa and Miami. In this attraction, they would display native plants, alligators, cougars, other wild animals. This attraction is now known as the Everglades Wonder Gardens and is still running today, but as a non-profit organization and wildlife rehabilitation center. Visitors that now take trips to see the Everglades Wonder Gardens will encounter flamingos, alligators, butterfly gardens, snakes, turtles, peacocks, other exotic birds, and more.

This tropical city on the Gulf of Mexico has been hit by three hurricanes in the past 26 years. After Hurricane Irma in 2017, Bonita Springs experienced significant flooding. Some parts of the city were flooded for up to three days. Even though disasters such as these are devastating, this one brought the community together. Neighbors invited friends into their homes, supplies were put together and given to those struggling to get by after the storm, and cleaning supplies were distributed to volunteers willing to help residents whose homes were damaged in the storm.

This beautiful tropical city of Bonita Springs has much to offer residents and visitors. From its natural wonders to its kind neighbors, all can be found in this exhilarating city on the southwest coast of Florida.