Terence of Seahorse Carpet Care Super Sealers in Santa Rosa, California, is not only experienced in carpet cleaning, but is also trained in tile, grout, and stone cleaning. As part of his dedication, he makes sure that he always looks presentable. Terence shows up wearing a uniform and appears well-groomed and clean-shaven at all times. In addition, he arrives in clean and professional-looking van.


Since Terence was born in the Midwestern United States, he was brought up to always give his 100% in everything he does. He was raised as a Catholic and continues to practice his faith. Terence has a son and daughter whom he loves dearly.

Education & Experience

Aside from working in the cleaning industry since 2004, I have acquired valuable knowledge from College. I earned a Bachelor Degree, in Liberal Arts form California State University, Fullerton, as well as an Associate’s Degree, in Business Administration from Fullerton Junior College. I have taught English internationally for almost two years, and, when I first started the company, I augmented my income as a Security Guard. I had a Government Level Security Clearance, and was entrusted with ensuring the safety of items of critical importance.


I put my customers' satisfaction first. Read what one of my loyal clients had to say:

"Seahorse Carpet did an awesome job. They cleaned the building extremely well. Further, it's a hands on enterprise, so you are dealing with the owner, Terrance, who really cares about his customers! Highly recommend!" - Michael F. (Santa Rosa, CA)

Exposure to Other Cultures

During my college years, I made an effort to learn about other culture by renting rooms and living with people from such countries as Vietnam, Africa and India. He also made friends with people in  England, Germany and France.

I have travelled to England, France, Thailand, Hong Kong, Japan and lived in Korea.

How the Business Started

I have always enjoyed cleaning. Owning Seahorse Carpet Care/ and Super Sealers, has given me the opportunity many people do not have, seeing the progress and transformation from beginning to end, and, having done it myself. The first inclinations that I might fit into this industry came in my youth when my mother would ask that I “go out and clean the car”. The car was a 1971 Cadillac Sedan de Ville. I would spend hours on the interior alone, vacuuming the carpet, floor mats, and polishing the interior chrome pieces (remember chrome?). She liked that.