Teaming handy online scheduling with a speedy squad of laundry machines, iLoad cleans clothes and then quickly delivers them to customers' homes. Each wash-and-fold session ($1/lb., 12 lb. minimum) starts with a sorting ceremony before whites are whitened and colors are brightened during multiple trips down the washer rapids and relaxing tumbles dry. Customers can choose their favorite detergent and softener, as well as the wash and dry temperatures. Folding artists will then transform garments into origami cranes, which will fly to their owners' doorsteps at predetermined times. Those in a hurry may select complimentary same-day service during the week, while those with mysteriously shrinking pants can request a free line-dry. The iLoad staff can also launder musty rugs ($5+), muddy sneakers ($4.50/pair), and tear-stained pillows ($4+). iLoad is closed on Saturdays, so plan ahead when scheduling your weekend pick-up and delivery.
Cleaning And Restoration Pros’ goal is to give families and businesses safe, allergen-free air to breathe and a sparkling, safe environment to work and live in. Their certified techs take care of homes and families with duct cleaning, chimney sweeping, carpet cleaning, and dryer-vent cleaning. Rather than keep their expertise to themselves, Cleaning And Restoration Pros' website provides detailed information on all of these problems and more. They provide information on everything from facilitating cleanup after a flood and answering questions on chimney cleaning to walking customers through the process of dealing with sewage backup. They strive to provide customers with the best service possible, concerning themselves not just with cleanliness, but with safety and efficiency as well. Duct and dryer-vent cleaning, for instance, can often resulting in lower utility bills, and chimney sweeps remove dangerous creosote, which can ignite and cause chimney fires. In the event of water damage due to flooding or busted pipes, Cleaning And Restoration Pros can arrive with all the necessary equipment to annihilate mold and mildew while restoring flooring and homes.
Armed with green, nontoxic cleaning products, Bravo Maids’ fleet of cleaning experts sweep through homes, apartments, and offices to restore premises to a pristine shine. Each job is customized, and customers are encouraged to leave a list of requests for the crew, such as to please sanitize the bathroom or please ignore the possum carcasses stuffed in the freezer. The team can clean almost anything, including, but not limited to, ceiling fans, windowsills, and appliances. They also spruce up sites postconstruction, and offer less frequently needed services, such as carpet shampooing and floor polishing. When not scrubbing surfaces clean of blueberry jam, the Bravo Maids keep busy organizing garages and closets, or helping homeowners rid their space of unwanted clutter.
Cleanliness is next to convenience at The Laundry Center, which promises a 72-hour turnaround time for dry-cleaned garments and a 24-hour turnaround for its wash-and-fold service—not to mention free pickup and drop-off. Even scheduling the pickup is easy, since customers simply make a reservation online or via text and await a visit from an attendant. When clothes are ready, the attendant returns, though he stops short of holding trousers open so the owner can jump into them from atop a credenza. The center shoos off stains with high-efficiency washers and dryers and products by Tide and Downy, though organic products are available at no extra charge upon request.
As the owners of a self-described small family business, the cleaning professionals behind The Wright Cleaning Company know the cleanliness and domestic bliss often go hand in spotless hand. That?s why they scrub down abode interiors using only eco-friendly Greenhouse products. During basic cleanings, the fully insured technicians surgically rid bathrooms and bedrooms of the grime born of everyday life. Clients may also request the company?s specialty deep cleaning, which includes more complicated cleaning such as polishing silverware, doing laundry, and removing the milk mustache from vintage paintings of Louis Pasteur.