Mr. Vent commands a crew of more than 50 fully equipped trucks and 200 trained employees that fights the ongoing battle for clean air and comfortable temperatures. The shop’s technicians have spent more than two decades repairing and installing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning in homes and offices. They keep lungs happy by sucking out the grime and allergens that accumulate in air ducts and dryer vents, ridding homes of dander, lint, and the skeletons of incompetent cat burglars. Techs maintain healthy systems with routine maintenance, inspecting, cleaning, and adjusting components to ensure that they function both optimally and safely.
Since 1972, Village Square Cleaners's team of drivers and dirt-fighters has escorted clothing to the business' service bases and then back home to clients within the Tyson-Dulles corridor. At each location, every garment, textile, and pillowcase stops at four inspection stations on its way to purification?a process that ensures that dirt and debris have been evicted from every fiber. Village Square Cleaners can return refreshed garments to their owners on the day after pickup and will accept any unwanted hangers to recycle into antennas for two-way radios.
United States Marine Corps veteran Michael Fouche scratched a long-standing entrepreneurial itch when he launched the Charleston branch of You've Got Maids. Now, his housekeeping team—all graduates from the company’s training program—scour dirty domiciles using the Green Clean regimen. HEPA-filtered vacuums suck up allergy-inducing particles and evidence of fugitive sand sculptors, and microfiber cloths wipe away gunk from all manner of surfaces.