In business since 1907, the fourth-generation dud detergers at Meier Cleaners oust drab soils from dazzling wardrobes. Enzyme-based soaps help keep whites white and colors bright enough to skip shades on the color chart. Bring in a two-piece suit ($13.50), a pair of pants ($7.75), or a sweater ($8.50) for a new lease on sartorial life after a gentle, yet firm, cleaning. Meier Cleaners also restore wedding frocks to pristine states, turning back the clock to a time when they dreamed of finding a cute tuxedo to marry.
Crowned Best Dry Cleaners by Grand Rapids Magazine, Sheldon Cleaners has been fighting the good fight against dud dirt and unpressed pants for more than 60 years. Its seasoned de-griming doctors will scrutinize each article and carefully tend to sweaters ($6.50), coats ($12.50), dresses ($12.50), and shirts ($4.99)—evicting fiber filth, obnoxious odors, and the stains of spilt wine and spilt blood from a rival poet. By using nonhazardous solutions, Sheldon Cleaners provides a thorough clothing cleanse and scores points with Mother Nature for its eco-friendly practices.
A member of the National Chimney Sweep Guild, Advanced Chimney Sweeps has kept fireplaces and chimneys in safe, working condition for more than a decade. The licensed and insured sweeps' services range from clearing the flue of soot, bird nests, and other obstructions to repairing water damage and replacing liners. With their help, homeowners can rest assured that their fireplace and chimney are as safe for inhabitants as possible, limiting the chance of starting a house fire or being sucked up the chimney into a newly formed black hole.
Using minimal water and nontoxic cleaning materials, Chem-Dry of West Michigan’s signature carbonated extraction system relies upon the stain-removing power of hot water to bring dirt and allergens to the surface. Once the hot water uproots these particles from their fibrous abode, the quick-acting powerhead vacuum then whisks them for good. In addition to slaying deep-down grime, this system uses less water than conventional carpet-cleaning services so that floors dry in just a few hours.
Additionally, technicians can remove stubborn stains and prevent future blemishes with carpet protectants and repellents, which increase the surface tension of fibers to prevent dirt and spills from absorbing. The specialists also can use special solutions to remove the scents and stains that come with being a pet owner or a best friend to the Kool-Aid guy.
When Linda and Brian Sayre started Sayre Carpet Care, their goal was not to be the biggest cleaning company, or the cleaning company that uses the flashiest giant squirt guns, but, instead, to be the highest quality cleaning company. Today, Sayre Carpet Care dependably purges carpets of accumulated dust, dirt, and stains, engendering customers’ trust by expertly revitalizing homes. Linda takes orders and runs the books while Brian heads a staff of IICRC-certified technicians. Once teams arrive at a home, the powerful engine of a truck-mounted Hydramaster machine heats and pressurizes water, which is then fired into carpet fibers along with a specially treated cleaning solution. The water is then extracted, pulling with it any trapped dirt, stains, and allergens while softening carpet fibers and extending their lifespan. Brian and Linda can also lend their staff’s cleaning talents to tile and grout, as well as the carpeting of cars, RVs, and boats.
The shinesmiths at Prosperity Window Cleaning de-smudge windows with speedy, professional service. After doling out complimentary online quotes, hard-working pane polishers materialize at homes to spruce up windows, ridding them of sight-hindering streaks, fingerprints, and ghost graffiti. Patrons can opt to keep up appearances with a thorough outside wipe down or highlight a house's inner beauty with an interior-glass clean. Though cleaning time varies from job to job ($75/hour of work), Prosperity's honest cleaners never count equipment setup and teardown, consultations, or accidentally uncovering secret time portals in the cost of service.