Since 1979, Steel-T Heating & Air Conditioning's certified technicians have journeyed throughout the greater Denver metropolitan area to breathe life into warm-air-sputtering air conditioners. During the tune-up, experienced eyes and hands inspect air-conditioning units' motors, wheels, and spark plugs. While checking off items from an extensive list of routine inspections, the highly trained technicians clean cooling systems’ condensers to ensure optimum humidity control. At the end of the 90-minute endeavor, customers receive a detailed report of what was done, as well as recommended maintenance tips for keeping vents filled with cool air and free of hot-tempered squatters.
Clean My House's thoroughly trained cleaners champion consistency and attention to details, standards they harness while scrubbing items off homeowners' to-do lists with Green Seal–certified products. Backed by guarantees for quality and timely service, cleaning duos teleport to front steps to begin a spic-and-span serenade that leaves bathrooms purified, kitchen appliance exteriors sparkling, and baseboards grime-free. Clean My House's diligent dirt pummelers also dust blinds and wipe down windowsills, and then they buff windows until they're clearer than the sky during the clouds' annual strike. After three hours elapse, twosomes sweep the porch on their way out, leaving domiciles spotless and homeowners flush with newfound free time.
The trucks of #1 Carpet Cleaning and Air Duct Cleaning stow some very powerful equipment. From these trucks, technicians haul a Rotovac Powerwand, whose rotating heads blast carpet fibers in all directions to flush out dirt and debris. When cleaning air ducts and dryer vents, technicians use sanitizers to thoroughly remove allergens, such as dust and mold, to improve overall air quality. These services are performed with products that are safe for kids and pets, so they can get back to crawling through the air ducts to get from room to room.
Bell Plumbing and Heating's highly trained technicians help customers escape Jack Frost's fury by performing comprehensive tune-ups of forced-air heating systems and boilers. Furnace authorities inspect the entire unit before cleansing the ignition system and burners and replacing filters clogged with heat-seeking Nerf missiles. Chafed motors receive a lubricating spritz of oil, and the heat exchanger undergoes a full-body exam to illuminate any heat seepage from cracks or defects. Lastly, technicians test all safety switches and test the air surrounding the system with a carbon-monoxide meter to check for traces of toxic molecules. The 45- to 90-minute service prolongs the life of heating equipment and reduces energy costs by ensuring the system heats the home efficiently instead of laboriously knitting sweaters for chilly residents.