Louis Genz and John Ryan first founded Genz-Ryan in 1950, with help from Louis's wife, Greta, and John's mother, Rose. As the business expanded, so did Louis's family: four sons—Dan, Mike, Bob, and Jon—were born, and in 1997, they took hold of the reins to continue the journey their father started.
To this day, they strive to retain their small-business values while pursuing industry innovations, such as geothermal technologies, tankless water heaters, and waterless water. Their 7,000-square-foot design center features an interactive showroom with a fully functioning kitchen, bathroom, and HVAC system. When they aren't providing supplies for upgrades, renovations, and new homes, technicians tweak appliances 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Since erasing the grime from their first carpet in 1990, business partners John and Thomas have continued to work together to keep area homes sparkling, safe, and free of allergens. In the decades since founding Sunshine Carpet and Air-Duct Cleaning, the duo—along with their team of technicians—has developed a base of loyal customers thanks to their dedication to customer service and meticulous workmanship. Staffers pilot truck-mounted equipment during carpet cleaning services or clean air ducts to expunge vents of irritating agents such as pollen and dust bunnies that text message their friends during dinner. To further ensure home safety and cleanliness, they conduct dryer vent cleanings that helps prevent fires and upholstery cleaning that uses safe, nontoxic chemicals to de-grime all manner of fabrics.
The experienced technicians at Super Seal Sealcoating have been seal-coating driveways and parking lots for 16 years. They begin the seal-coating process by cleaning the asphalt with brushes, brooms, and blowers, before mixing an asphalt emulsion with slate, sealer, and other additives to strengthen and bind the product without using coal tar or duct tape. Lastly, they power-edge the border of the driveway and apply the emulsion with a 4-foot microbristle brush for a uniform finish. Once the techs are finished, driveways must be blocked off for 24?36 hours to prevent marks from car tires or buffalo stampedes. In addition to sealing surfaces, techs also use hot rubberized fillers to fix cracks.
When the technicians at AirTech Heating & Cooling perform tune-ups on furnaces and air conditioners, they're not simply keeping them from breaking; rather, they're looking for ways to make them run better. That's why they keep a comprehensive checklist handy during routine maintenance services. They have developed this checklist according to their mission to help their clients whittle down their energy bill without sacrificing indoor comfort.
The Carpet Scientist takes a precise approach to carpet cleaning. Its techs start by pre-treating soiled areas with an all-natural cleaner that helps break up dirt and stains so they're easier to remove. Then, once the soil is loosened, it's extracted using a truck-mounted vacuum, before powerful steamers are deployed to clean the carpets down to the pad. Best of all, the process leave behind no residue and is effective on carpets of all thickness and flying abilities. In addition to treating carpets, the crews can also clear dryer vents to prevent household fires and clean air ducts to remove mold and allergens and make the air easier to breathe.
The insured technicians from National Duct Cleaning Services maintain indoor air quality with a full spread of residential and commercial tune-ups. Equally comfortable with cleansing vents in studio apartments or shopping complexes, they continually upgrade their skills with additional training and wield HEPA-filtered cleaning units. The interior treatments dislodge particulate debris and banish flourishing colonies of microorganisms, which can create unseemly odors, speed up corrosion, and give furnaces thermostat-raising fevers. After each cleaning, the technician will accompany clients on a visual inspection, occasionally using before-and-after digital photos of the vents to illustrate the results.