Sears Carpet & Upholstery’s fully insured cleaners can tackle more than just carpet. They bring their quick, effective cleaning serums down on myriad home furnishings, from couches and tile to ducts and hardwood floors. The team can even improve the air quality of homes by purging AC units of dust and grime, and curing that summer cold most air conditioners get each year. The company’s two-step cleaning process inundates furniture and carpet with a cleaning solution followed by a thorough scrubbing and a rinse with pH-balancing serum that eliminates leftover soap scum.
Licensed, bonded, and insured, the highly trained cleaners of Karen’s Kleaning oust the filth that occupies homes with a litany of housecleaning services. Whether residents call upon one cleaner for two hours or two cleaners for one hour, Karen's techs spruce up interiors with Green Seal–certified cleaning products that have lower environmental impact than chemical sprays or coal-lump Brillo Pads. The basic cleaning services range from mopping and vacuuming the floors and ceilings to dusting the furniture and wiping down kitchens and bathrooms. Karen's Kleaning guarantees the work of its grime fighters, and will return to finish the job if a client is not satisfied or if a newly waxed countertop begins to outshine tinfoil silhouettes of Julia Child. Homeowners can hire the cleaners for more than two hours for $33 per hour per cleaner.
Eco Carpet Cleaning’s crews of licensed, bonded, and insured cleaners fix up floor fringes and fabric-covered furniture with environmentally friendly and organic products. A one-hour professional steam clean thoroughly coaxes dirt, soil, and residue from up to 700 square feet of room rugs, leaving floors safe and sanitary to roll around on during hourly fire drills. Alternatively, customers can gussy up spattered and spotted sofas with an upholstery cleaning, during which staff utilize professional techniques to purify pillows of stains and uncover eight-track players buried beneath cushions.