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About Charles

Charles Brunner, the owner of Little Apple Carpet Cleaning, has been in the industry since 2007. He got his start in carpet cleaning by working south of Seattle, Washington – in the Puget Sound area – as a lead carpet cleaning technician. He relocated to Manhattan in 2009 to return to his studies at Kansas State University. As a side job, he began cleaning carpets, and soon turned the venture into a booming business. Little Apple Carpet Cleaning was officially launched in March of 2011. In May of 2013, Charles graduated with a bachelor's degree in kinesiology with an emphasis on public health – it's a mantra he still follows today by helping customers live and work with clean, allergen-free carpets and rugs.

Originally from Salina, KS, he moved with his family to southern Utah as a teenager; Charles returned to Kansas to finish his degree and reconnect with his roots. In college, he gained skills in cleanliness and customer service by working in hospitals and as a physical therapy aide. It was also during this time that he realized a need to maintain an active lifestyle, which he now fulfills in the carpet cleaning industry.

Charles is a certified technician with the IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification), an internationally recognized voice within the industry and beyond. He's also a top-rated professional on HomeAdvisor, and has been screened as an Elite Service Provider within the brand. Charles and LACC are registered with the Better Business Bureau (BBB). Locally, he's a member of Business Networking International (BNI), an organization dedicated to helping entrepreneurs grow through networking and word-of-mouth marketing.

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He continues to grow LACC with the help of his wife. After marrying in 2013, the pair added a son to the family in 2014. In his free time, Charles enjoys camping, movies, traveling, hiking, sports of all kinds, tabletop games, spending time with family, and chasing after his son.