In 2004, Debbie Quinn was the manager of several high-rise office buildings, an environmental manager for local hospitals, and the head of laundry operations for multiple four-star hotels. But still, she felt that perhaps something was something missing, and that something was a more personal, client-facing operation. That’s when she started QCS Carpet Cleaning, which, according to an interview at The Suburbanite.com, began out of Debbie’s house. And within only a few years of her husband Mike joining in on the venture, the couple had grown the company to envelope a modest group of 40 employees.
In the same interview, Mike radiates with pride at his wife’s dedication to her client base. “The first day on a job,” he explains, “Debbie is usually there cleaning and working with the lead project manager for that team.” Though QCS specializes in residential and commercial carpet cleaning, the company’s services tackle many tasks, from floor refinishing and interior painting to one-time flood cleanups for special occasions such as soprano night at the local aquarium.
Oxi Fresh's team of trained professionals harnesses Mother Earth's arboreal breath to naturally purify overly soiled carpets. In addition to effectively breaking down pesky stains, the oxygen-powered cleaning system has a fast one-hour drying time, doesn't leave a crunchy residue, and is safe for your family, pets, and the environment (which houses even more families and pets). In addition to the aesthetic benefits of carpet cleaning, a visit from Oxi Fresh will support a healthier living environment by terminating dust mites, allergens, dirty germs, and other yuckies.
Jo Ann’s Home Solutions' bonded and insured cleaners draw on extensive training and 20 years of industry experience. Their residential and commercial services include carpet cleaning, general maid service, window washing, and picket-fence flossing. The company takes pride in its status as a charter member of the Cleaning for a Reason, Angels Clean Homes, and Cleaning for Heroes foundations, which provide complimentary cleaning services to cancer patients and veterans in need.
The experienced and highly trained staff of City Cleaners renovates grimy garments using skill and ecofriendly practices. A professional wet-cleaning process utilizes biodegradable soaps and conditioners to restore clothing to its former glory without harming the environment, and biodegradable bags, hanger recycling, energy-rated lighting, and steam recycling reduce waste. In addition to garment cleaning, City technicians perform expert alterations, preserve wedding gowns, and spruce up leather, fur, and velour judges’ robes. You can drop off your garb at one of three locations or opt for the complimentary biweekly pickup-and-delivery service.
At Quality Cleaners, certified staff members practice the latest dry- and wet-cleaning techniques using state-of-the-art equipment and high-quality detergents. Customers can unstink stinky sweaters ($4.05) in lieu of using them to clothe scarecrows, and raincoats can be purged ($10.95) of the sky’s unclean precipitation. Many household items, such as blankets ($12.65), rugs ($2 per square foot), and tablecloths ($20.35), can also be cleaned. Pick-up and drop-off services take place every Monday and Thursday at the location of your choice, and garment bags are included free of charge.
Excel Fabric Care dispatches IICRC-certified cleaning specialists to exorcise spots and debris from sullied carpets with a truck-mounted hot-water-extraction system. Upon arrival, a trained technician or perhaps even the company owner will inspect floor-fuzz for problem areas and lint tumbleweeds before recommending a custom-cleansing approach. Carpets then cast off their blemishes with the aid of the steaming equipment, which blasts unsightly spots with water heated to more than 200 degrees. In addition to purging rugs of grime, the steam system also evicts pollutants and allergens invisible to the naked eye, such as pet dander, smoke and exhaust, and ecto-chip bags dropped by negligent poltergeists. Excel's on-hand trove of more than 20 spotters can then permanently wrestle more tenacious stains out of their wooly lairs.