Pro Cleaning Team is well recognized company working in Lexington, KY, Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, Ohio and surrounding areas since 2002. In addition to our corporate services, we also offer quality residential cleaning on affordable prices.
LJ Huffman, owner and chief cleaner of Big Blue Carpet Cleaning, travels the greater Nicholasville area to restore carpets to their former spotless glory with a truck-mounted HydraMaster 4.8 cleaning system. Big Blue's cleaning professionals use the HydraMaster not only to bathe grubby floor toupees but also to point the machine's nozzle toward sullied upholstery and area rugs. Additionally, the technicians restretch and repair carpets to help fibers in need of some extra TLC. Cleaning and repair services are available 24 hours a day, and appointments must be made 72 hours in advance.
The rug-scrubbers at Kentucky's Finest Carpet Care use an oscillating-pad system to cleanse fibers with minimal moisture, rejecting harsh chemical systems or steam methods that leave dirt trapped within sopping carpets. A nontoxic, biodegradable cleaner preps indoor lawns for cleaning before cotton pads set to work evicting grime. Carpets dry in about an hour, allowing homeowners to resume making shag-angels in dining spaces. Kentucky's Finest Carpet Care manufactures the equipment they use worldwide, empowering other businesses to eschew ineffective methods in favor of oscillating carpet scrub-downs.
Kentuckiana Carpet Upholstery Cleaning's owner Jason Rigdon knows every one of his employees like the back of his perfectly clean hand. Each person on the crew is one of Mr. Rigdon's friends or relatives, though that's not the only reason they were hired. Each tech also has more than 15 years of experience cleaning carpets and battling stains. The team travels to homes and commercial spaces to spruce up carpets and upholstery using a truck-mounted hot-water-extraction system.
Classic Services’ squad of trained and certified duct cleaners promotes lung health with roughly two-hour duct-cleaning services. To begin, an air-quality assessment hunts for common airborne contaminants such as dirt, pollen, and squeaky high notes of yodeling neighbors. After selecting up to eight vents for cleaning, the technician hoses off each airshaft with clarified chicken noodle soup to decongest airflow and foster client wellness throughout the coming season. The skilled fingers of a ventilation technician also scour the cold-air return for dust and grime to boost the quality of oxygen intake.