On the morning of a scheduled job, Fish Window Cleaning's fully insured, licensed, and bonded team arrives at the premises in full uniform, ready to scour outdoor windows until they gleam. During indoor work, they work quietly, donning fresh shoe covers, slipping cloth pads under each window, and dressing in camouflage that matches your wallpaper. The team’s impeccable service earned their company a Better Business Bureau Torch Award in 2009. Though they're renowned for customer service, team members also benefits from more than 30 years of experience in the industry. That combination helped them balloon from a solitary office to 220 franchises across 40 states and one moon colony. Each outpost maintains rigorous standards when performing residential and commercial chores, from pressure washing to construction cleanup.
As they clamber up the sides of dirty buildings, the cleaners at Green Goose Roof & Exterior Cleaning only have one thing on their minds: busting up dirt without harming the exteriors. To that end, they’ve traded overly intense pressure washers for a soft-wash cleaning system that whisks away dirt, mold, and algae without excessive force. In addition to freeing siding from unsightly stains, the cleaners tackle roof-based grime and can free gutters of gunk while they’re up there. Windows also get their chance to shine, with glass buffed by a special wipe-away window wax that takes stains and dirt with it. Power washers do make an appearance, if needed, but only to blast stubborn marks off of walkways or brick.
Whenever Doug Hetsch's chimney sweeps head out, they always tote along a bag of toys. On his most memorable job, Hetsch snuck one of them up the flue when the homeowner's child—who'd been watching them work—wasn't looking. When the toy tumbled out minutes later, Hetsch picked it up and said casually, "Yeah, these things fall out of Santa's bag all the time." The little girl nearly hyperventilated. Overwhelmed by the experience, and amazed that chimney sweeps were allowed to get dirt on their faces, she ran after Hetsch as he left, saying she wanted to be a chimney sweep when she grew up.
Hetsch expects this kind of service from his crew, all of whom are certified by the Chimney Safety Institute of America. A pilot in his spare time, Hetsch trains his team to deliver service with the diligence of an aviator—always well groomed, crisply uniformed, and able to explain complicated terms in plain, direct language. Using a closed-circuit video scanner, teams create a digital image of each chimney's interior to more accurately assess the job. Based on these renderings, they can adjust cleaning methods, as well as recommend services to bring chimneys up to or beyond current building codes. All American Chimney Service works on smokestacks up to 100 years old, ensuring a safe conduit for smoke or the ghosts of logs originally chopped by Teddy Roosevelt.
The technicians from Tri-Vesta Services swarm homes to perform a cornucopia of electrical-repair, home-remodeling, and disaster-cleanup services. Offering everything from mold inspection to pressure cleaning to remodeling, technicians restore homes to pristine condition after flooding, fires, or visits from rock-star relatives. Electrical inspections and repair work from NACHI?certified inspectors prevent future issues, and heating- and cooling-system services improve airflow in hot or cool months. Tri-Vesta's Five Star Ducts team also de-grimes air ducts and cleans dyer vents, which may help decrease energy bills.