The elite carpet coddlers of Connells Cleaning Service exorcise grime with ecologically friendly solutions, painstakingly restoring floor coverings to showroom refulgence. Pamper up to 2,000 square-feet of hoof-habitat with a high-temperature steam cleansing (normally $0.25/square foot), powered by a truck-mounted unit. After a vigorous vacuuming, a thorough pre-treatment and spot cleaning weaken the resolve of stubborn stains, prepping them for complete breakdown from a sweltering deluge as powerful as the tears of a wizard. Practiced workers move any impeding furniture and finish each cleaning with an odor treatment and a thorough application of Scotchgard, locking out dirt as effectively as Mr. Bubble's panic room.
For Seth Kuddes, founding United Window Cleaning in 2007 was the realization of a long-held dream. As a student, he'd studied to become an entrepreneur, and getting his window-washing business off the ground was a goal he had long set his sights on. Though he could have remained content with the business of ridding windows of fingerprint smudges and whole faceprints, his inherent need for growth—and an inability to overlook dirt and stains on other home surfaces—left him with new inspiration. He soon expanded beyond window washing by offering peripheral services such as gutter cleaning and screen repair and replacement. In fact, he and his team now handle cleaning duties just about everywhere on home exteriors, from pressure washing dirty decks to flushing champion hide-and-seekers out of gutters.
At Drahota Cleaning, friendly employees accomplish more than just light dusting and scrubbing; they convert cluttered living spaces into warm, inviting abodes. Organizational and cleaning services do everything from scouring grimy bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchens to balancing teetering stacks of home-office memos. As cleaners sort and sanitize homes, they make sure to sweep dust from baseboards and blinds to facilitate a better view for the neighborhood watch plastered against the other side of the window.
Founded in 1946 by Vincent Burke and now managed by Vincent's five sons, Burke Cleaners scrubs and presses once-smirched duds in locations nationwide. Services include professional cleaning and wrinkle wiping for all manner of everyday getups, special-occasion suits and dresses, and weekends-only spandex wear. Prices for dry-cleaned shirts begin at around $6; pants, sweaters, and blazers start at approximately $7.50. Two-piece suits cost $14.50 and up, and blouses are priced at $6.50 and more. Each store's new dry-cleaning machines are odorless, nontoxic, and environmentally friendly, and same-day service is available for most items, excluding wedding gowns woven entirely of corn husks.
During your deep-cleaning value package, Purple Penguin's floor genies thoroughly cleanse every inch of three bedrooms and one hallway. You're asked to move light furniture items and vacuum high traffic areas, then the Penguin crew will get to work. They douse carpets with pre-conditioner before extracting edge and corner crud with a wand. Highly trafficked areas are aggressively purged with RX-20 rotary jet extraction. The pad-prettifying procedure also includes post spotting (red stains cost extra) and rake-assisted "grooming" before fans blast floors dry.
Though he’d spent 25 years lifting stains from carpets, Ed Kasser couldn’t get rid of his calling. He and his wife had retired, but soon enough his sons returned from the Marines and wanted to go back into the family business. So Ed reenlisted, starting Pristine Carpet Cleaning with his sons and calling in the reserves—his daughter. During each cleaning session, the Kasser clan uses non-toxic, hypoallergenic cleaners—keeping kids and pets safe—and ensure a thorough coverage by removing all furniture from the room, except for burdensome items such as pianos, wall units, and alien monoliths.