The industry-trained technicians from Atlantic Heating & Cooling drive to residences in fully stocked trucks, ready to inspect and repair heating and air-conditioning units. The company has four different teams, each specializing in one of four areas: indoor air quality, installation, service, and maintenance.
Whether it's an air conditioner that fizzles out during the hottest part of the day or a furnace that goes bump in the night, Indoor Air of Virginia's Ray Dodson fixes residential HVAC issues whenever they occur. Outside of his 24/7 emergency availability, Ray also schedules maintenance checkups and equipment installations that keep systems tuned up and humming.
After a complimentary on-location estimate, the grime-fighters of J & E Cleaning Services sanitize homes and commercial buildings. Regularly scheduled residential cleanings keep homes running in optimal condition, and one-off deep cleanings scrub homes from top to bottom. Clients can request an organic cleaning that uses nontoxic, environmentally friendly cleaning products. J & E Cleaning also offers commercial cleaning for traditional office settings and those used on TV-show sets, as well as for restaurants, daycare centers, and grocery stores.
A fully licensed, bonded, and insured cleaning company, Tidewater Cleaning Services employs dedicated full-time cleaners who bust out their broom arsenal every day of the year to transform dirty residences into dustless domiciles. The basic home cleaning involves teams of two or three cleaning commandos who parachute into the hot zone equipped with eco-friendly products and a strategic checklist of targets and objectives. The elite crew will stealthily dust all living areas, hallways, stairs, and secret passages and wipe down baseboards, windowsills, and appliances. Tidying experts can also apply their skills toward vacuuming, mopping, making beds, washing dishes, emptying trash, and organizing jumbled Pog collections.
The Air Duct Maids' truck may be pink, but it comes armed with serious power. When cleaning homes' air ducts, its truck-mounted equipment generates air pressure to suck out debris akin to sucking liquid from a straw. Once they've finished that step, the technicians—who are certified by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association—send feeding rods through vents to blast out any residual dust with compressed air.