From houses to businesses and from carpets to windows Maid To Perfection's uniformed staff can swiftly search out and destroy grime no matter where it lies. Residential cleaning service sees the main office deploying teams armed with a comprehensive cleaning checklist as well as a list of special priority areas as prescribed by the homeowners. The lists help ensure no ceiling fan goes un-dusted, no soap-scum goes un-scrubbed, and that all chrome surfaces shine the way they did when they were first installed. Customers can also rest assured knowing that Maid to Perfection's teams are insured and bonded, and that each employee is thoroughly vetted to ensure none of them are actually a muddy dog in disguise.
Sometimes when you leave childhood dreams behind, they still catch up with you. Such was the case with Dan Welsh, who, after a decade in the military that included a tour of Bosnia, found himself returning to the artwork that he had loved as a kid. Rediscovering his passion led him to found Motor City Tattoo Studio—named for his grandfather's Oshawa cab company—where he and three other skilled tattoo artists now bedeck their patrons with custom ink. Amid bright lime-green walls, the team also caters to clients seeking piercings, permanent makeup, and laser tattoo removal. Periodically, the group hosts custom art shows at their studio that aim to inspire guests to get tattoos of especially fetching art frames.
The certified and insured technicians at 416-SO-CLEAN spruce up floors, windows, and furniture throughout Toronto. Staffers sanitize floors, mattresses, and other high-traffic areas using a truck-mounted cleaning unit and all-natural and biodegradable products.
All technicians are certified by Hunter Douglas for optimum drapery cleaning, as well as by WoolSafe for the care of wool upholstery or pet sheep that double as ottomans. 416-SO-CLEAN's services also include duct cleaning, window washing, and custom maintenance programs for offices and other commercial spaces.
Boxgrove Cleaners' talented fabric technicians restore dirtied and worn garments to struttable splendour with an array of eco-friendly washing, dry-cleaning, and alteration services. Using no water, renewable energy from Bullfrog Power, and the toxin-free cleansing power of Green Earth products, staffers avoid damaging delicate fabrics and short-circuiting boom-box T-shirts. Garments are then shrouded in biodegradable plastics for optimal take-home protection. Clients sip on complimentary coffee and surf free WiFi when picking up their dry cleaning, washed and folded laundry, expertly altered clothes, or preserved, packaged wedding dresses.
The residential division of Supreme Cleaning Group equips expert technicians with green, steam-based equipment that aims to restore carpets to like-new colour and cleanliness. After surveying each furry floor's condition, the carpet pros dispense high-temperature water deep into fibres that sterilizes and melts away any dirt or microscopic wicked witches beneath its surface. Dust mites and odours release their grip from floors as the equipment sucks the water back up. By targeting areas deep within the carpet, the cleaning can remove up to 99 per cent of stains and decrease the chance of physical reactions from allergens. Supreme Cleaning Group beautifies homes from 9:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. every weekday. Homeowners can upgrade their service in order to keep extra bedrooms and sterile terrariums dirt-free for additional fees starting at $15.
Combining for more than 30 years of experience between them, the technicians of Home Pro Exterior Services gird houses against the occasional harshness of Canadian weather and wildlife. They scale ladders to repair roofs and sweep eavestroughs and downspouts clear of debris, which helps prevent rooftop flooding. While they're up there, they typically also examine the roof for 15 points of common stress and indicators that animals may have found entrance into the house. Should critters be cohabitating with owners, technicians can humanely remove them and release them back into the wild before repairing the entry point or hanging a "no vacancy" sign.