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.
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.
The IICRC-certified cleaners at Rainbow International Restoration & Cleaning of Holland have rid carpets of grime with hot-water extraction and biodegradable cleaners since 1986. After clients point out problem areas, specialists prevacuum each plagued patch and apply detergent presprays to suspend soils from carpet fibers. Next, high-efficiency, truck-mounted cleaning systems eradicate the raised pollutants with hot water before technicians groom carpet fibers to achieve a clean-cut look akin to any of Dwight Eisenhower's cabinet members. Once carpets have been rendered spot-free, clients should avoiding treading on them until they are dry, which can take up to six hours—the exact time it takes to build a carpet loom out of popsicle sticks and shoelaces.
Certified in 15 of the fine-cleaning arts, Loedeman's cleaning services refresh flooring, extend longevity of carpets, and remove microscopic pests. Bid adieu to besmirchment as flooring refurbishers move most furniture to unearth stains before wielding powerful truck-mounted vacuums strong enough to dispatch stains, smells, soil, grit, and berber-burrowing gophers from deep within a carpet's shag. Attentive technicians will also scrub and floss filth from tiles ($0.50 per square foot), restoring shine to bathrooms, kitchens, mudrooms, and mud-wrestling rooms. The thorough cleaning also keeps home-dwellers healthy by removing grunge that promotes the growth of mites and bacteria.
For more than 20 years, the skilled staffers of Housekeeping Associates have tended to homes throughout Michigan with basic, advanced, and specialized cleaning services. The teams tailor plans of attack to the needs of each house, business, or phone booth, with carpet, gutter, window, and move-in/move-out cleaning also available. They also regularly take care of their community by partnering with Cleaning for a Reason, a nonprofit organization that provides maid and housekeeping services to women undergoing cancer treatment.
The certified technicians of HydroClean pamper floorscapes with grime-evicting baths using nontoxic cleaners and the signature Containing Dome device that blasts away dirt. After applying a cleaning solution to lift embedded grime, the techs direct intense streams of heated water on the troubled spots, while the Containing Dome vacuum extracts moisture at 5 gallons per minute. Surfaces sigh as the powerful suction passes over, leaving the brick, tile, stone or ceramic nearly dry. Technicians also turn the sudsy cleaner on textile forests, cleaning carpets and upholstery with reinvigorating steam that frees fibers of harmful mold and sold-out flea circuses.