A Touch of Glass, LLC guts gutters and de-gunks windows with eco-friendly products and quality tools from brands such as Unger and Ettore. By removing leaves and debris from gutters, skilled staffers help prevent leaks and allow roof canals to channel streams of rain or hummingbird tears away from houses. Inside homes, nontoxic cleansers strip smudges from windowpanes without harming children, pets, or furniture.
Nu-Way and Foothills Cleaners treat soiled closet denizens to a hearty buffet of eco-friendly dry-cleaning, laundry, and alteration services. Experienced garment groomers banish stains from dry-cleaned shirts ($7.29 each) and laundered shirts ($2.99 each), blazers ($7.99 each), dresses ($14.59 each), and slacks ($7.29 each) with EcoSolv, a nontoxic, biodegradable cleaning solution that rehabilitates habiliments without harming fabrics, leaving behind odors, or resorting to name-calling. The cleaners can also make wardrobe alterations or launder bedspreads ($31.99 for queen size) and comforters ($39.99 for queen size). Friendly staff members faithfully record customers‘ starch preferences to ensure custom crispness and always handle clothing with tenderness and care, often courting bashful blouses by winning them stuffed animals at the state fair.
After spending 12 years working in big-box retail stores, RC Auto Detail and Carpet Cleaning founder Romia Pritchett decided to give back to the environment and local community by building a business model based on eco-friendly products and charitable acts. With her philosophies in mind, Romia’s skilled technicians sanitize carpets, upholstery, and tile through a litany of domestic cleansing services, including upholstery cleaning, carpet grooming, and floodwater removal. Her auto polishers keep vehicles of all sizes fresh inside and out with washing, waxing, vacuuming, and odor-repellent treatments during extensive detail sessions, or remove mud stains and passive-aggressive Wash Me smudges from exteriors during quick washes.
In addition to promoting unsullied domestic and mobile ecosystems with thorough cleanings, Romia and her crew maintain a strong connection to the community with memberships in Rotary International, the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra, and large donations in support of local charities.
In true family style, brothers Nick and Kirby Kuklenski own and operate two “sister” Ace Hardware stores in Colorado Springs, keeping local homes beautiful with name-brand products and services. Lawns grow thick and colorful with Scotts fertilizers, plants, and seeds from the shops’ lawn departments, whereas computerized color matching in the paint aisles keeps outsides as vibrantly hued as flowers in a garden or a house fly strolling across an artist’s palette. Collections of DeWalt and Craftsman hand and power tools help homeowners assemble Weber grills, with staffers standing at the ready to build any piece bought at the store. Even autos can get in on Ace Hardware’s helpful services: keys are cut onsite, with Sidewinder keys including built-in chips that interact with car computers to ensure proper starts without feeding vehicles buckets of floppy disks.
With more than three decades of painting experience, Mike Leverette is well versed in the pitfalls of painting services looking to cut corners. He and his screened team of full-time craftsmen coat interior walls with thick, full layers of name-brand paints, ensuring all traces of the walls’ former color and life as a billboard is covered with bold new hues. Mike and the team free up owners’ time by taking care of all the prep work, skillfully protecting carpeting and furniture before jobs.