Jobs large to small, Do Well Carpet Cleaning’s technicians tackle all kinds of cleaning tasks. They can refresh carpets, area rugs, and upholstery with equal aplomb, and can also abolish pet stains and odors. Being carpet experts, they swiftly install a variety of fuzzy floor coverings, and, thanks to their equipment and knowhow, they can efficiently clean out ducts and dryer vents as well.
On Target Pest Control’s team of exterminators is helmed by an industry veteran whose past experience includes solving the bug problems at the New York Stock Exchange, Rockefeller Center, and The Waldorf Astoria hotel. He lends his big-city expertise to homeowners for work on a domestic level as his technicians deploy patented EcoSmart botanical products in their quest to rid their clients’ abodes of such unwanted pests as ants, spiders, and cockroaches, and using eco-friendly methods for removing larger vermin such a mice and other rodents. The team uproots infestations by first investigating the sources of a home’s pest problem and locating entry points, which can include pipes, the chimney, or the ant farm in someone’s briefcase. For infestations that also require the removal of fine debris, they then use a vacuum system with HEPA filters to make the removal complete.
Namesake gear in tow, Mop and Broom Cleaning Service team members descend upon dusty homes and offices, work their magic, and leave immaculate oases in their wake. "No job is too big or too small," the team says, tackling a la carte services and multiroom makeovers alike. The staffers consult with clients to design the custom-fit cleaning programs according to their budget, frequency of visits, and desired services. They'll even conduct specialty treatments, such as floor waxing that leaves floorboards ready for hours of perfecting the Risky Business sock-sliding scene.
Joe May Valet began dry-cleaning and laundering fabrics way back in 1936, when the Great Depression forced people to give up their glamorous nudity in favor of clothing. At four locations around Atlanta, trained staffers use their hands and eyes inspect garments, removing stains and driving dirt from the fabric’s furthest nooks and crannies. Customers with spare hangers can drop them off, and the staff will recycle them or donate them to charity.