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AAA Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning was started 35 years ago by my uncle, and it’s still family owned and operated. Family members are involved, and now we’re on to a third generation.

We’re hands-on at each job. There is always a family member there in a management role.

We do carpet and upholstery cleaning. We clean and protect high-end fabrics, leather, draperies and outdoor furniture. Our carpet method uses low-moisture, quick-drying cleaners. We do several different types of cleaning, determined by the carpet or fabric.

The cleaner is eco-friendly. We can dry clean carpets or fabrics. We can clean draperies and Oriental carpets right on site.

We can repair leather. People have the impression leather will last a lifetime and is impervious, but it needs to be cleaned and moisturized.

We are members of the American Society of Interior Designers, and we’re certified by the Institute of Cleaning and Restoration.

There is a certain science and art required to properly handle the variety, color and source of fabrics.

We’re very fortunate and proud of being recommended by interior designers in the tri-state area. Many of our clients have homes inland and at the shore.

I have a background in etiquette, so our employees are trained in professional protocol. I was trained by the Etiquette and Leadership Institute of Washington, and still run an etiquette business as well.

Entry: My uncle, Bob Sans, started in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. We opened in Moorestown in 2011 and in Stone Harbor in 2013.

The Stone Harbor office serves Cape May and Atlantic counties, and the shore up to and including Monmouth County.

My husband, Mark, and I are working with my uncle.

The industry has evolved greatly in the 35 years we’ve been in business. We’ve gotten more involved with caring for wool, silk and other delicate fabrics. They even make leather rugs and leather flooring, which is unbelievable, beautiful and pricey.

Future plans: We may add services, such as tile and grout cleaning.