For more than 60 years, the antidirt squad at Coit has purged floor pelts of grime and stains. Armed with a truck-mounted system and nontoxic solution, the carpet connoisseurs give heed to stubborn spots, odiferous areas, stretches of heavy foot traffic and the slip 'n' slide practice run. In less than one hour, the carpeting in both rooms will be squeaky clean, with rugs drying in around 24 hours. Coit backs its services with a satisfaction guarantee, and the staff is fully trained and certified, ensuring homes are scrubbed by professionals rather than resentful teens working off parking tickets.
The licensed and insured crew at A-1 Cleaning revivifies homes and offices with eco-friendly products. During basic cleaning sessions, crews bring their own equipment to mop floors, vacuum carpets, and sanitize kitchen and bathroom surfaces. They’re also on hand to clean up after a social event or love tap from a wrecking ball.
The sheer volume of garments that Widmer's Cleaners has dry-cleaned over the past 100 years is astronomical, but there are a few special items that will never be forgotten. Widmer's processed many vintage garments on display at the Smithsonian, such as Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders outfit, and the suit that Abraham Lincoln was wearing when he was assassinated. Today, the service menu has expanded—technicians will clean carpets, tile and grout, and upholstery, as well as perform a slew of other services. Widmer's is actively involved in the community, contributing to charities such as Goodwill and the American Red Cross.
For generations, the Anderson family has cleaned homes around the east side of Cincinnati, where they live. To this day, the owner personally helps clean each house, overseeing a team of licensed, insured, and bonded techs. As the team cleans, they sanitize bathrooms, scrub kitchen surfaces, and vacuum carpets. Before leaving, workers remove trash bags and wipe down walls and windows, removing fingerprints or floor-to-ceiling spirals of bacon grease.