“My name is Brandon Starkebaum. My wife Jennifer and I own and operate Baum Cleaning Systems. I was born and raised in Lexington, Mo., a small town with a lot of history and tradition. After graduating from Lexington High School, I met my wife Jennifer and we were married shortly after. We lived in Lexington for a couple of years before deciding to relocate to Kansas City.
Not long after, we were blessed with our son Braylon. Prior to his arrival, I was always someone who liked to keep a clean home. During my wife’s pregnancy, I took “clean” to a whole new level, and this is when Baum Cleaning Systems took shape. I began to study how and why carpet gets dirty and researched the most effective ways to clean it. I found that hot water extraction is the most effective way to remove stains, dirt, grit, sand and allergens. Studies show that carpet is capable of holding significant amounts of (dust mites, pet dander and many other particulates that we breathe in) which tend to stay trapped without appearing very dirty.
While knowing our son would soon be born, I did not want to put his health as well as ours in jeopardy. Since I knew the effects that carpet has on indoor air quality, I wanted to do everything I could to maintain a clean and healthy environment for my family. I began to clean carpet on a regular basis. I’ve taken several tests to become a fully certified expert in this industry and proudly still today test for continuing education.
Today we provide carpet cleaning to residential and commercial customers located all over the Kansas City metro area (Kansas and Missouri) and on a daily basis we are reminded where we started, where we are today and why we do this.
With that being said, our job as Baum Cleaning Systems is to bring a clean and healthy environment to you. After all, we think that any cleaning company proclaiming to bring a clean and healthy environment to you, should live and believe in their method’s or system of cleaning. We are proud to say that we do! Let us do the same for you.”
– Owner, Brandon Starkebaum