Michael Crews knows that his clients lead busy lives. That’s why he adapts his business—C and C Professional Carpet Cleaning—to their schedules, sending out his team of bonded and insured technicians to purge stains from carpets seven days a week. Crews’s crew relies on steam and water-extraction methods to gently remove wine stains and mud tracks. With their collection of eco-friendly solvents, they can even expel allergens, pet odors, and other microscopic couch surfers invisible to the human eye. When they aren’t refreshing carpets, the team cleans microfiber furniture, scours tile and grout, and polishes marble busts of former pets.
At 11 years old, Chase Winslow would watch his mother and grandfather effortlessly clean the carpets—and it seemed like more fun than work. As Chase grew up and learned the family business, he ensconced himself in all the complexities of the equipment and processes, adding technical proficiency to the joy that comes with a job well done. Today, he's the third generation of his family to be a shag-scouring expert, now with more than 15 years of his own experience enhancing his grandfather's Karpet K.O. legacy. On each job, the team's insured K.O. technicians meet homeowners on-site before using environmentally safe products and effective machines to clean carpets and kill bacteria. Furthermore, K.O.'s all-natural citrus stain removers are nontoxic, allowing dogs, babies, and those who get around by cartwheel to interact with floors without concern.
A deep clean isn't enough for the techs at Dry Fast Carpet Cleaning; they also believe convenience is key. That's why they thoroughly cleanse carpets that will dry in as little as one to two hours. To achieve such results, they use oxygenated citrus carpet cleaner that draws dirt and grime to the surface where it can easily be vacuumed away. With the same quick-drying process, they can even refresh furniture upholstery, leaving it clean, soft, and residue-free. For those with hardwood floors, they also have a solution for solving dirt and grime. It's an eco-friendly product called clean&coat that restores luster while protecting finishes.
Shiny Things Window Washing’s squad of meticulous scrubbers professionally declouds residential and commercial viewports, wiping down both sides and accompanying sills. Deftly brandished squeegees leave no sign of streaks, and eco-friendly products ensure thunderous applause from the grass below. The pane cleaners also remove and clean screens when possible so they can completely purge windows of grime and hard-water stains. For easy and swift scheduling, customers can reserve their edifice's makeover via an online booking system. Clients can also consult Shiny Things' window-taxonomy chart to better calculate pricing for specific apertures and cumbersome M. C. Escher–designed bay windows.
Mold. Mildew. Dirt. Over the course of time, houses pick up all sorts of unwanted gunk, which leaves their exteriors looking old and dingy. Fortunately, the experts at Exterior Pro Wash know that turning back the clock is as easy as adding a little water. Or, a lot of water. During each residential or commercial job, Exterior Pro Wash arrives bearing the HyrdoTek pressure wash system; mounted on a 20-foot trailer, the cleaning machinery includes twin pressure washers capable of blasting 8 gallons of water per minute from their 525-gallon tank. These powerful jets are paired with biodegradable detergents, which whisk away dirt without harming the dirt's original home?the Earth. This powerful cleaning combination helped Exterior Pro Wash earn its well-deserved reputation for quality work; the company current sports a 5-star rating on Home Advisor, and an equally high rating on Angie's List.
If the name Quality Cleaning Service sounds vague, it?s by design. The company?s versatile technicians travel promptly to locations throughout the Springfield area to tackle cleaning jobs on houses, decks, patios, and whatever else they come across. Whether they?re scrubbing windows; hand washing to remove road tar, grime, and bugs; power washing back porches; scooping leaves from gutters; or using the latest water beading technology and spot-free water systems, the cleaners rely on years of experience and their own high-grade cleaning supplies to get the job done.