Though Steam It?s main method of whittling away troublesome stains and odors is steam, technicians are trained in a full arsenal of techniques to freshen up carpets, ducts, and tile floors. They arrive at the appointed time bearing buffing and steam machinery, using material-appropriate techniques to lift out and prevent stains, minimize odors, and reinvigorate fibers impacted from too many games of Whac-a-Mole. When flooring has seen too much wear and tear to be fixed, the staff can also seamlessly replace tile and grouting by matching them to their spectrum of color swatches.
Muddy footprints. Wine stains. Pet odors. None of these things can stand up to the cleaning systems used by the crews from All Star Steam Cleaning. The company's specialists are armed with Prochem carpet-cleaning equipment, which saturates carpet fibers with steam at temperatures up to 240 degrees. After the steam has dislodged contaminants, a quick-drying extraction system suctions away moisture to leave carpets fluffy and clean. The process can also help remove unpleasant odors left by dogs, cats, or untrained teddy bears. Customers can also request home-improvement beyond carpet cleaning, including tile, grout, and vent cleaning services.
Super Steam's licensed cleaners arrive at homes ready to scrub dust, debris, and odors from carpets, tiles, grout, and air ducts. The technicians activate a powerful truck-mounted Vortex cleaning machine to extract dirt from rugs without the need for harsh chemicals. By using the Vortex, the technicians accelerate the cleaning process, and also help carpets dry more quickly and evenly than tying a blow-dryer to a roomba.
The textile technicians at Village Cleaners purify wardrobes using a biodegradable solvent called DF-2000 Fluid. This hypoallergenic, eco-friendly solution is sensitive to the needs of fragile fabrics but still has the muscle to break down dirt, grime, and salad dressing around the collar. A fresh dose of solvent goes into each load, along with fresh soap and a brand new filter, to ensure that clothes emerge from the machine as clean as technologically possible and free of static, odor, and allergens.
But the process doesn’t stop there. Once clothes are clean, the staff will starch shirts if requested and replace any broken or missing buttons at no charge. A final inspection sees to it that no spot or stain escapes back into the world, and alteration, repair, and leather care tends to especially needy garments.
Like many children, Tim McCann learned how to clean clothes from his grandmother—his education was just much more involved than most. His grandparents founded the original Best Cleaners in 1957, and it was after them that Tim and his wife Catherine named their company and modeled their business. With a lifetime of dry-cleaning education embedded in their fibers like so much starch, the McCanns boast impeccable cleaning services driven by eco-friendly technology. Each of its locations are inspected, tested, and certified by America's Best Cleaners, a third-party organization that vets the garment-care industry. Best Cleaners Dry Cleaning offers free delivery for clients in the area, as well as extra services such as bridal-gown care, tailoring, and rug cleaning. For their efforts, Best Cleaners Dry Cleaning is a perennial presence among the top 30 cleaners nationwide.
The experienced technicians at Hanger's Cleaners restore clothes to a clean, pressed state with hypoallergenic formulas and eco-friendly technology that keeps the environment as clean as the garments on their racks. To ensure that each piece of clothing is thoroughly freed from dirt, stains, and the spirits of department-store ghosts, staffers fill their self-cleaning laundry machines with new soap and a fresh filter before each wash and pay close attention to delicate silks and cottons during dry-cleaning treatments. The cleaners can also tackle larger household items such as sleeping bags and comforters, as well as leather, suede, and wedding gowns.