AdvancePro Carpet Cleaning emerged more than a quarter of a century ago as a result of the owners' dissatisfaction with the day?s carpet-cleaning procedures. To develop a more-sophisticated and thorough method of cleaning, they practiced various techniques on their own carpets. They concluded that much of the mildew in carpets comes from moisture, which originates in homes? crawl spaces. As a result, AdvancePro technicians expunge dirt and stains from deep within fibers and also spend time in crawl spaces, where they track down sources of moisture that can draw mold, mildew, and parched dust bunnies to carpets. In addition to performing deep scrubbing and deodorizing services, these professionals investigate mold and mildew sources, upon request.
The job of a SupaKleen technician doesn’t begin with a mop and a broom; it begins in the classroom. Before they head out on commercial assignments or residential house calls, the bonded and insured SupaKleen staffers must undergo rigorous training. Afterward, their supervisors continue to track their progress, whether the staff is scrubbing kitchens and bathrooms, steam-cleaning carpets, or pressure-washing stains and the graffiti of rival squirrel gangs from siding. SupaKleen’s commitment to training makes it a favorite helper at construction sites and a reliable source of janitorial services, including floor waxing and mold repair.
Sam Said founded Moving & Cleaning Solutions after feeling dissatisfied with his own experience hiring cleaners. So he rounded up a team of professional cleaners and instilled a superior level of attentiveness and detail. This crew performs housecleaning tasks with able eyes, agile hands, and customized itineraries, resulting in every bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom being scrubbed until spotless. Sam also gathered a staff of movers who make transitions easier; they do everything from packing and organizing to transporting possessions from one home or WWI bunker to the next.
Since 1987, Maxi-Clean Carpet Care’s team of cleaners has been freshening the fibers of carpets across Greenville with powerful steam cleaners. For messes beyond the reach of steam, the team also does spot cleaning, sanitizing, and deodorizing, and its Scotchgard treatment helps renewed carpets retain their cleanliness.
The grime-fighting, Bane-Clene-certified technicians at Helping Hands Cleaning Service undergo a good deal of training when they're first hired. A three-day chemical course teaches them how to use the company's concoctions to clean carpets or turn walls into talking walls. Next, they face two weeks of on-the-job training under the watchful eye of veteran cleaners. This program prepares them for success as they scour homes, offices, medical facilities, and construction sites 24 hours a day, cleaning carpets, polishing tile floors, and waxing pyramids.
As Horace Adell recalled to the Asheville Citizens-Times earlier this year, when he began Clean Streak Inc., he didn?t have much. ?I started with a Buick and a mop and bucket. Oh, and a vacuum.? Despite the company?s humble beginnings, Horace has since curated an expansive selection of services that helped him earn Asheville Chamber of Commerce?s 2011 Green Business of the Year.
Technicians can shield freshly cleaned carpets with deodorizers and Scotchgard, or tidy up after construction workers to ready homes for move-in day. The team is also certified in cleaning biohazardous materials in medical facilities or in a mad scientist?s den full of brain jars.