For more than 26 years, the licensed and insured cleaning crews from A-Best Water Damage Restoration have been cleansing carpets and upholstery after flood damage or everyday wear. After using powerful dry-vac systems to remove loose soil and lodged tumbleweeds, the technicians then steam clean carpets with truck-mounted equipment to power through stains, odors, and dirt. Specializing in water-damage cleanup, the technicians assess carpets and upholstery after such an event, performing free estimates and even negotiating with insurance companies on behalf of customers. The company is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to schedule an appointment or call for help dealing with a water-damage emergency.
For more than 25 years, The Steam Team has dispatched crews to residential and commercial sites to clean up and make repairs. The company's insured technicians often begin by hauling out hot-water-extraction systems that use steam to remove embedded dirt. While they're at it, the techs can also clean upholstery and leather, refinish hardwood floors, and clear air ducts of dirt and crawling action heroes. The team even repairs damage caused by fire, wind, and hail. The Steam Team does all this using biodegradable, nontoxic products that are safe for humans and pets.
Green Clean Carpet Care provides quality carpet cleaning without harsh chemicals and other health and environmental offenders. EPA-approved hypoallergenic cleaning methods are kind to kids, pets, and Mother Earth, but they do some serious damage to stubborn stains. After clearing furniture (excluding electronic items and items weighing more than 50 pounds) from the cleaning zone, professional cleaners will proceed through an 11-step cleaning process that includes vacuuming, conditioning, spot and stain treatment, hot-water soil extraction and rinse, neutralizer, and grooming. The process excavates deep down to carpet substrata where oil, dirt, and dust form a grimy layer cake consumed by mites at their germy birthday parties. Unlike cleaners who take a "spray and pray" approach, Green Clean professionals conduct a post-treatment inspection to ensure customer satisfaction.
Chase Carpets fills unadorned foot space with hardwood, ceramic tile, natural stone, carpet, and laminate flooring. Do-it-yourselfers can take home enough supplies (or have them delivered for a $45 fee, not included in the Groupon) to fill rooms with ITS inter ceramic tiles ($300 for 144 square feet or $500 for 250 square feet), or you can choose from the more than 1,000 unique patterns of ceramic tile and natural stone flooring Chase Carpets offers. Hardwood flooring, like a diamond-encrusted unicorn, is valued for its looks and durability and laying down Joshua Premium Hardwood Malibu oak (3 and 5/8” width and 3/8” thick) adds a touch of elegance to any living space ($300 for 144 square feet or $500 for 250 square feet). Massage tired tootsies with a bevy of cushy carpeting such as Shaw's Northern Parkway or Wish List, available in variety of colors ($300 for 144 square feet or $500 for 250 square feet, including pad, installation, and tax) or treat arches to Natural Value laminate flooring ($300 for 144 square feet or $500 for 250 square feet, including underlayment, installation, and tax) for streamlined strutting.
We specialize in home and commercial repairs and remodeling. No job is too big or too small. We hire only experienced craftsman who have passed background checks and have been carefully screened. All of our work is guaranteed and insured. We do not markup materials. We have won the Angie's List super service award(3).
Beneath the Colorado sun, Jason Ballard stands holding a hammer, looking upon the half-finished home before him. As a green builder, Ballard takes pride in constructing homes designed for health and efficiency, but unfortunately, local suppliers often don’t have the products to match his passion. The dilemma prompts Ballard and a few friends to wonder: "What if we could get all the materials we're looking for under one roof?" Driven by this question, the founders of TreeHouse came together—some interested in sustainable building, some interested in cutting toxins out their lives, some fascinated by the money saved through energy efficiency—to amass an inventory of products that they would use or already were using in their own homes. The store's material experts score every item to meet rigorous health, performance, and sustainability standards, curating a catalog that ranges from insulation made of recycled denim to housewares made from bamboo veneer. Additionally, TreeHouse's home-improvement gurus demonstrate products at education stations, and host classes and events to teach DIY-minded homeowners how to undertake anything from remodels to digging a moat around the garage.