Completed Jobs by All American Cleaning

Here are some of the jobs we've completed for customers in the greater Idaho area.

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Bat Removal for Barbara Magin
Pocatello, ID
December 14, 2020


Magin purchased the Standrod Mansion, which was built in 1902 and has been a piece of Pocatello that has kindled the interests of historians and locals alike with its French Renaissance Revival architecture, castle-like exterior, and the tales of ghosts that reside in its rooms. One major obstacle that Magin was confronted with was the discovery that the attic was full of bats and bat guano. She hired All American Cleaning & Restoration to tackle the mess, which took four men five days to clean out. They then layered the attic with plastic sheeting and added pads to collect future guano.

“From now on, my adventurous crew and I will don Hazmat suits whenever we need to head up to the attic to keep it safe and clean,” she said. To read the full article about the restoration, click here.

Joe's Coffee Shop
Idaho Falls, ID
August 12, 2020


We dried up the place from all the water the fire department had dumped in...


Lutheran Church
Ashton, ID
March 18, 2019

We were able to get it dried out save the carpet and clean it. We did plaster repairs, replaced rubber cove, and painted as needed.

Upholstery Furniture Cleaning
Idaho Falls, ID
March 14, 2018

We were able to remove the stains and dirt that had built up on their sofa and chair, restoring it to it's original, beautiful condition, saving them from having to replace thier living room furniture.

Fireplace Rebuild
Pocatello, ID
February 12, 2018

We were able to rebuild their fireplace, making it functional and structually safe for their home.

Car cleaning & detailing
Idaho Falls, ID
February 25, 2015

We were able to fully restore the upholstery in the car, bring back its look to almost new condition. This included stain removal including food, dirt, and crayons. The client was grateful to get their new and improved car back!

Broken Pipe Floods at the Bonneville County Historical Society
Idaho Falls, ID
December 26, 1998

The Bonneville County Historical Society museum had many priceless and one-of-a-kind artifacts on display. Due to the delicate nature and age of the artifacts and displays, AACR monitored the drying process several times a day, including weekends and holidays, to make sure we had a balanced drying system (to avoid over drying was as important as under drying). Using high-velocity air movers and refrigerant dehumidifiers was important. Additionally, HEPA filters and an open air drying system were used where appropriate to control the relative humidity and temperature to bring the museum and its contents back to a dry balanced state without causing further damage by drying too quickly. The entire drying process took about four weeks. The repairs to the Idaho Falls museum took approximately six months. Due to the efforts of the historical society's staff and All American Cleaning & Restoration staff, only about $10,000 worth of retail merchandise was lost. All artifacts and collectibles were restored to their prior state.

Fire Damage Restoration at Imperial Gardens Condominiums
Idaho Falls, ID
August 28, 1998

Upon close inspection, All American Cleaning determined that only 25% of the condominium roofs needed total replacement and, if completed carefully, the balance of the trusses could be restored. This process was feasible through: planking the bottom cords, vacuuming all insulation from the attic areas, careful sand blasting, followed up with a very thorough vacuuming to remove all char, debris and sand blasting medium residue, thoroughly deodorizing the airspace, and encapsulating all sheathing and truss components with a permanent deodorant barrier of pigmented shellac. This was a complicated process considering the maximum height was 4'6 and minimum working area was 12" all work was completed over finished plastered ceilings. Two of the units had suffered severe fire damage, which constituted total demolition and reconstruction; four units had severe smoke damage and relatively minor damage to the two end units. By employing these innovative procedures, there was a substantial savings in dollars as well as loss of use.

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