Fish Window Cleaning has been the leader in window cleaning since 1978. Our licensed and bonded professional window cleaners can service anything from the smallest storefronts to three-story office buildings, restaurants, banks, churches, schools and homes - we even clean the window sills for FREE!
The pros at Ken Carpet Cleaners draw on more than 25 years of experience to complete each job safely and effectively, deploying powerful truck-mounted vacuums to break apart stains and extract ground-in dirt from carpets. Dedicated to making homes feel clean and tidy, the technicians treat carpets with safe cleaning detergents that minimize harsh chemicals.
From dusty windows to dirty walls and driveways, the expert cleaners of ABM Window Cleaning have a handle on filth. In addition to window and pressure cleaning, they offer a variety of other services such as clearing out gutters and repairing screens.
Top-2-Bottom Cleaning Services gives a big hug to Mother Earth with a strict environmental pledge. All of the company's products and tools are eco-friendly, using responsible packaging and minimal artificial materials. Clients can solicit an insured technician for a one-time cleaning, or for routine weekly or biweekly sprucing.
Before-and-after shots of what, at first glance, seem to be hopelessly cluttered bedrooms speak to the efficiency of Relax, I'll Clean's staff. The spaces look like new after cleaners discard trash, reorganize shelves, and even make the bed. The transformation should come as no surprise to anyone familiar with Relax, I'll Clean, since its staff boasts a talent not only for deep cleaning, but also for organization. That's why they both clean and organize homes and office buildings.
At Victoria Cleaners, clothes and linens revert to their pristine pasts via the shop's waterless washing system, as a skilled tailor adjusts ill-fitting apparel to their owners' frames. Dry cleaning returns besmirched button-down shirts ($3.95 each) to office-ready shape, while protecting delicate treasure maps sewn into the pockets of two-piece suits ($9.50 each). Favorite garments that fail to fit the same way they did in high school, college, or before the invention of deep-fried pudding can find their frames refashioned by Victoria Cleaners' skilled tailor. The talented fabricsmith meticulously manipulates seams to hug customer contours, employing methodical needlework to hem pants ($8), adjust shirt cuffs ($10+), or replace lost buttons ($2 per button).