Dry Clean Today started with one location in Elk Grove in 1987 and has since expanded to 8 locations across the Sacramento area, including a brand new Folsom location. Open seven days a week, Dry Clean Today fastidiously expunges stains from favorite frocks and presses garments with haste, offering same- or next-day service. Professional cleaners also purge weather-borne impurities from raincoats or jackets, and keep fancywear spry with formal-gown or prom-dress cleaning. Otherwise, wedding-dress cleaning and box preservation keep sacred gowns in tiptop shape, ensuring that they can be passed down to children, grandchildren, or life-size Barbie dolls for use at their own weddings.
Once upon a time, Swanson's Cleaners technicians would begin their days by firing up irons, stirring starches, and strapping on roller skates. The business was once one of the largest dry-cleaning facilities west of the Mississippi, the epicenter of Salvin Swanson's vast dry-cleaning empire—an empire packed with Sacramento's laundry, even the chain mail of its knights. To get the job of all this weighty laundry done, staffers needed their own wheels, plus wheels for their hampers.
Now helmed by the third generation of Swansons, the business has grown to 15 locations. In these locations, the team launders and dry-cleans garments with the eco-friendly Revive system, which uses a gentle, odorless, and antibacterial solution made from organic ingredients. Ever mindful of the earth and the community, Swanson's Cleaners recycles its hangers and plastic bags and has collected more than 27,000 coats for local children in need through its Coats for Kids program.
True to its name, Always Green Clean makes eco-friendly practices a priority whenever revivifying abodes. Its carpet cleaning technicians use nontoxic, biodegradable products to steam clean carpets, boasting a 95% success rate on removing stains caused by spilled drinks or Sunday night paint fights. The same level of detail goes into tidying rooms, refinishing hardwood floors, and restoring sparkle and shine with a tile and grout cleaning.
With 35 years of experience, the expert cleaners of Integrity Cleaning Services freshen up carpets and chimneys. They use biodegradable shampoos for rugs to keep them soft and clean while lifting away dirt, stains, and odors. They also clear up chimney passages with large brushes and a careful system of vacuums and sealed trash bags to ensure the areas surrounding the chimney remain free of soot.
Three hours of house cleaning polishes any homestead sullied with discarded soda cans, tumbleweeds of cat hair, and an increasingly feral population of white-cheeked gibbons. MaidPro is staffed with professionally trained employees who have all passed background checks, so they're fully certified to handle a filthy hearth and home. In fact, all houses are cleaned on a standard 49-point checklist, ensuring that no surface will remain dusty, no incriminating fingerprints will stain the balustrade, and no spigot will be left unturned. These grime-gutting go-getters use their own chemicals and cleaning supplies to scour every room that can be tackled in a three-hour window. If for some reason you're not satisfied with the job done, call the office within a 24-hour window, and they'll return to re-clean the afflicted area for free.
Everyday, innocent floors get walked all over. So the the certified technicians at Above The Rest Inc. employ a three-step process to restore household floors to like-new glory. Whether working on deeply stained kitchen floors or garage floors bearing greasy smudges from years of use, the process begins with a pre-treatment solution that agitates stuck-on dirt, grime, and oil, loosening its hold on the floor. Next, the team sweeps the area with a floor tool that blasts the surface with water heated to 130 degrees and pressurized up to 1,200 PSI, removing the pesky layer of dirt once and for all. Meanwhile, the tool vacuum-extracts water from the surface at a rate of 5 gallons per minute, allowing the surface to dry quickly without filling the room with box fans or neighborhood kids wielding hair dryers.