As early as 1921, Horrigan Cleaners established a reputation for restoring sullied shirts and pantsuits to store-fresh conditions; nearly a century later, the skilled technicians continue to purge dirt and stains from delicate clothing. Garments of all shapes and sizes pose little challenge to the cleaning staff, who can also handle household textiles such as comforters, area rugs, and quilts made from tea cozies. The team traverses to homes to clean carpeting and upholstery and protects the environment as well as wardrobes with green and organic cleaning solutions.
Cleaning And Restoration Pros’ goal is to give families and businesses safe, allergen-free air to breathe and a sparkling, safe environment to work and live in. Their certified techs take care of homes and families with duct cleaning, chimney sweeping, carpet cleaning, and dryer-vent cleaning. Rather than keep their expertise to themselves, Cleaning And Restoration Pros' website provides detailed information on all of these problems and more. They provide information on everything from facilitating cleanup after a flood and answering questions on chimney cleaning to walking customers through the process of dealing with sewage backup. They strive to provide customers with the best service possible, concerning themselves not just with cleanliness, but with safety and efficiency as well. Duct and dryer-vent cleaning, for instance, can often resulting in lower utility bills, and chimney sweeps remove dangerous creosote, which can ignite and cause chimney fires. In the event of water damage due to flooding or busted pipes, Cleaning And Restoration Pros can arrive with all the necessary equipment to annihilate mold and mildew while restoring flooring and homes.
Even if you don't know your light roast from your French roast, you will after a visit to Sudbury Coffee Works. That's because the staff, led by owner Daniel Kenn, is on hand to educate customers about all things coffee, from the properties in different beans to the role that acidity plays in the finished product. Customers also have a chance to see part of the coffee-making process in action thanks to the roaster, a computer-controlled machine imported from France that warms up beans to the ideal temperature, readying them for coffee making or coffee-bean swimsuit season.
After learning about their favorite caffeinated beverage, customers can select a drink from a variety of flavors, pairing it with coffee cake, Tuscan grilled-cheese sandwiches, and salads from the menu.