Lapels Dry Cleaning's professional staff purifies prized fabrics with environmentally friendly practices that have earned the cleaners certification as an EnviroStars business. Prices vary from location to location, but customers can drop off sullied sweaters ($6.25+), pants ($6.35+), two-piece suits ($13.45+), or down comforters ($30+) for a cleansing encounter with an odorless, nontoxic solvent. As a further commitment to eco-friendly commerce, Lapels recycles all hangers and bags, and uses only low-energy LED signage rather than coal-powered billboards or easily weaponized nuclear marquees.
Life can get messy?so can living rooms, bathrooms, basements, and garages. That's where the licensed, insured, and bonded professionals at D. Butler's Cleaning, Inc. come in. They've been cleaning homes and businesses in the South Shore and Boston areas since 1992, doing everything from dusting furniture and scrubbing toilets to wiping down cabinet interiors and cleaning windows. They aren't just glued to the mop and rag, though; they can also gussy up yards, help with packing, organize closets, and do laundry. The cleaners are so good at what they do, they've even been hired by some of the area's most reputable real estate and building contractors to clean up construction sites and ready homes for new residents and their ghosts.
Crew members from First Choice Junk Removal pile up and haul away junk and debris from residential and commercial locations, recycling or donating the items according customers' wishes. From old furniture, appliances, and clothing to industrial waste and socks filled with pennies, the team can handle any kind of item to leave spaces cleaner and roomier. First Choice's more than 20 years of experience hauling away unwanteds has also earned its crews expertise in preparing homes for a sale and in working with clients' needs.
Since 1953, DryCleaning by Dorothy has been cleansing treasured threads and hauling them back to their owners' homes and offices free of charge. Purge pants ($7.45) of stains earned in the line of flag-football duty, or freshen up a dapper sport coat ($7.95) after delivering a cease-and-desist notice to a smoke-belching warehouse fire. Sweaters ($7.45) undergo a thorough waterless wash, and gowns (priced on inspection) return refreshed and ready to cocktail party. Expert textile technicians can purify duds the same day they are dropped off, and free home or office delivery spares customers from having to bring their cars down from the attic to go pick up their clothes.
Eddies Fresh Touch strives to provide the homes of clients a thorough cleaning. Because some clients may have sensitivities to particular cleaning agents, Eddies Fresh Touch always holds presession consultations. These meetings assure that service needs are met, clients are happy, and crestfallen vacuum cleaners are given the closure they deserve. The company's fully insured technicians also restore shine to hardwood with an array of floor stripping and waxing services.
Fully licensed and insured, John Morrissey of New Air Vent Cleaning keeps the air fresh at homes and businesses. He specializes in dryer-vent cleaning and also provides gutter cleaning and air-duct cleaning, removing any dirt and other allergens from the environment.