Though Eli Rouimi represents his family’s third generation in the garment-care industry, his current operation of One Stop Cleaners involves much more than traditional dry cleaning. Beyond dry or wet laundering of clothing and household items—which can be acquired through free pickup and delivery services—Eli and his team also come onsite to homes or climb aboard yachts and private jets to sanitize carpet, tile, mattresses, upholstery, and disheveled stowaways. Back at the store, the staff tinkers over shoe repairs and the preservation of both bridal gowns and bouquets, the latter of which can be freeze-dried and encased in specialty framing.
Using his training in microbiology and cell biology from Yale University, the president and CEO of Dos Funny Frogs developed Sapos, an all-natural product line that cleans and disinfects without harsh chemicals. His professional staff members use Sapos products for each of their specialized home-, office-, and carpet-cleaning treatments, ensuring they banish dirt and germs without harming family members or the environment. The licensed, bonded, and insured crew members arrive in uniform to help customers to distinguish them from disoriented Christmas carolers, and clients can track the arrival of their technicians with the online Frog Tracker.
Back when Service Max Cleaning & Restoration was founded in 1984, the company's clientele included high-profile hotels and celebrities. They've since expanded, and today they send their cleaning crews into the homes of everyday citizens to clean carpets and furniture, to remove contaminants from air ducts, and to restore damage caused by flooding, fires, or temperamental cacti. Their other services include tile and grout cleaning, mold removal, and stone polishing.
Though it's called HomeClean Services, this company specializes in the commercial side of cleaning, making sure that offices are spotless and hygienic. But the expert team doesn't just scrub surfaces and clean up clutter. They also extract tough stains from carpets and remove allergens from the air, leaving pollen rooms less intolerable to be in.