A Clean Carpet Co Inc, Whidbey Island, WA
Servicing Whidbey Island, Freeland, Langley, Clinton, Coupeville, Oak Harbor, Anacortes, Burlington, Mount Vernon, Everett, and Skagit county.
We provide the best professional cleaning services at affordable prices to clients in the Freeland area and the surrounding areas in Washington.
We are locally owned and owner operated, fully insured and guarantee your satisfaction!
We strive to be the simplest, go-to choice for all your cleaning needs. From carpet cleaning, tile and grout cleaning, pet odor removal to many of our other quality residential and commercial cleaning services.
It’s not just about being any other carpet cleaning company in Freeland, WA. We’ve been in the area and serving its carpet cleaning and other home cleaning needs since 1989. We operate as a business that’s part of this community which treats each and every customer with respect and friendliness. To schedule a cleaning or ask questions, just give us a call at your earliest convenience.
Whether you are in need of carpet cleaning services, tile and grout cleaning or upholstery cleaning in Freeland,
WA, A Carpet Cleaning has you covered!
Some Equality Colony dissidents, led by George Washington Daniels, incorporated the Free Land Association in 1900 and established the colony on land they purchased through James P. Gleason of the Fidelity Trust company. Members purchased dividend-paying shares in the association store fund and the machinery fund. The association store operated according to Rochdale Principles, and shares in the store were sold to non-residents as well as association members. Because members could pay for their land with dividends from their shares, the founders considered the land to be “free”. By 1902, however, the colony announced that new settlers would have to purchase land outright, as the idealistic land-financing plan based on share dividends had not worked.
Daniels platted five-acre tracts with wide streets to form the original townsite. Additional plats were added over the next several years.
Freeland considered itself a cooperative profit-sharing association and rejected the rigid communal structure of other colonies on the island. They described themselves to the Whidby Islander as “simply a settlement of socialists co-operating on semi-capitalistic principles.”
During its early years, Freeland had no local school, sending its children three miles across the island to Useless Bay. The lack of roads contributed to the isolation of the colony, although Daniels’ son-in-law, John H. Prather, purchased several boats to provide freight and passenger service between Freeland and Everett, the nearest town on the mainland.
Freeland is located on the southern part of Whidbey Island at 48°0′56″N 122°32′1″W / 48.01556°N 122.53361°W (48.015556, -122.533622). The community sits on a mile-wide isthmus between the south end of Holmes Harbor, a 6-mile-long (9.7 km) inlet of Saratoga Passage, and Mutiny Bay on Admiralty Inlet. It is located on the 48th parallel north.
Washington State Route 525 passes through Freeland, leading east 9 miles (14 km) to Clinton and northwest 12 miles (19 km) to SR 20 at Keystone. Oak Harbor is 28 miles (45 km) north of Freeland via SR 525 and SR 20.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the Freeland CDP has a total area of 3.9 square miles (10.1 km2), all of it land.