Since 1995, Craig's Carpet Tile Grout Cleaning's licensed and insured crew has extracted dirt and debris from all sorts of surfaces with safe and nontoxic solutions. The carpet-cleaning process includes a thorough machine scrubbing to lift dirt before the fibers are steamed and sanitized. After furniture upholstery jobs, the technicians examine each piece for missed spots, then protect surfaces from future stains or androids sent back in time to mar it in the past. In addition to textile-based cleanings, the crews can root out grout from tile and refresh worn hardwood floors.
The technicians at Stegall Mechanical, LLC perch by phones 24 hours a day, waiting to apply experience with heating, cooling, and plumbing systems accumulated over the course of 50 years in business. Workers certified by North American Technician Excellence install and service all sizes of heating or cooling apparatus, including tankless hot-water heaters and home generators. They help improve energy efficiency through preventive tune-ups and by installing heating and cooling systems powered by natural gas, electricity, or the winter’s leftover snowballs.
Crimson Carpet and Flooring stocks a showroom with carpets, tile and hardwood, priced by the square foot to facilitate comparison. Floor fur from manufacturers such as Shaw runs the gamut in style, color, and texture ($1.29+/sq. ft.), ensuring customers find a match for their magic-carpet-riding outfits. Patrons with pets or spill-prone friends can browse stain-resistant carpet or investigate hardwood options, available in real wood from Anderson and Mannington, and in natural-looking laminate ($6–9/sq. ft.). Alternatively, ceramic tiles from manufacturers such as Laufen and Interceramic ($8–$10/sq. ft.) spruce up bathrooms or assist sock skating derbies.
We provide floor care services to central Alabama and have been doing so for over 20 years. Carpets, rugs, ceramic tile, upholstery, and hardwood flooring surfaces as well as commercial floor surfaces. Carpet and Rug Institute approved and IICRC certified.
Joe and John Lunsford wanted to find a way to extend the life of carpets, which often showed their age through stains and discoloration, so they turned to their chemist mother, Jean Beason, for guidance. Her system of on-location carpet dying—which she perfected during years of research, development, and carefully planned carpet-store heists—eventually led them to start Professional Carpet Systems in 1978.
As the Lunsford's startup grew to 75 locations worldwide, they switched their focus to carpet cleaning, using pH-balanced rinsing agents and a rapid-drying system. Now, the IICRC-certified firm also offers spot and odor removal, upholstery cleaning, and allergy-relief treatments backed by a 200% guarantee: if the customer isn’t satisfied with the treatment, Professional Carpet Systems will issue a full refund and pay for re-cleaning by a different company.