Maid 4 U's savvy staff tackles to-do lists and dust bunnies in venues of all types with housekeeping and errand-running services. Armed with a battery of dirt-smiting supplies, technicians grapple kitchen surfaces and cabinets into sparkling submission, ensuring that every freshly pine-scented armoire merits its collection of crystal Millard Fillmore figurines. After walking the dog, retrieving parcels, grocery shopping, or alphabetizing mix tapes, masterful maids can tidy a bedroom or scrub bathtubs free of unwanted gunk. With custom care for residences and commercial centers, Maid 4 U's detail-oriented cleaners leave venues vanquished of dirt and dust and looking their best for upcoming dinner parties or famed Supreme Court ruling reenactments.
The cleaners at Crimson & Blue Carpet Care, a Green Seal–stamped business, revamp floor coverings with a contemporary air-cell encapsulation technique. This method gently purges filth with a low measure of moisture, as opposed to steam cleaning, which may shrink and damage underfoot fibers. It effectively peels stains from all types of carpet, erasing evidence of past spills and living-room winemaking. The techs at Crimson & Blue don't just clean carpets but also are experts on tidying up homes from top to bottom. During home cleanings, the crew uses a 43-point cleaning checklist that covers all major areas of the home from bathrooms to kitchens to bedrooms and general living areas. Customers may also opt to have the team create a customized a cleaning plan catered to the specific needs of their home.
Extreme Clean Hard Surface Cleaning & Restoration's fully licensed and insured cleaners restore tile, stone, and deck floors with their four-step cleaning process. A nontoxic and eco-friendly pre-treatment soaks the floor, followed by scouring with high-pressure-water heated to over 200 degrees. Finally, the cleaners vacuum the remaining soil, dirty water, and any lucky pennies they spy on the floor. They also eliminate odors in cars, apartments, and hotel rooms with eco-friendly techniques.
Clean Cut Lawn Care?s team of licensed-and-insured technicians tame unruly yards and home exteriors with their landscaping and outdoor services. When not cleaning leaves and debris from gutters and making sure water flows freely through downspouts, they keep chimneys free from fire hazards with thorough inspections and cleanings. They also help homes? greenest parts, laying fertilizers to encourage lusher growth and trimming branches that stray too closely to roofs and windows. They also remove trees in danger of falling and shrubs that have started to grow into kitchens and steal cereal from the cupboards.
From 1944 onward, Paul Golden greeted each of his customers by name as they walked through the door, presenting their freshly pressed suits and dresses ensconced in crinkly cellophane wrappers. His personable touch lives on four generations later as the Golden family oversees an array of dry-cleaning services at Hygienic Golden Touch Cleaners' Topeka and Lawrence facilities. Continuously filtered solvent expunges stains from garments following a meticulous inspection, during which staffers eradicate the mud spots, replace the splintered buttons, and re-stitch the loose seams that so often result from refereeing amateur yeti MMA tournaments. Staffers also spruce up leather, fur, suede, antique clothing, and other delicate textiles, and shine and repair shopworn shoes. Hygienic Golden Touch picks up and drops off ensembles free of charge, and recycles its garment bags and wire hangers.
As extended families assemble for summer barbecues that spill from kitchens to living rooms to backyards, Larry Knight stands ready to ensure indoor areas remain frosty. The owner and chief service technician of Air By Knight has swooped into many Fourth of July parties to rescue sweaty relatives from busted air-conditioning units and flaming tires rolling haphazardly through lawns.
Air By Knight's 24/7 service policies show Larry's commitment to customer service: all the company's service calls are handled by Larry himself or his business partner, an old friend.
While installing or servicing HVAC equipment at a home or business, Larry also works at building a relationship with his clients. He thinks of them as family, and it was family—an uncle in Texas—who first taught him his trade, in which he is now a Kansas Master Mechanical and certified in three categories by North American Technician Excellence.