Before they even cross the threshold of a client's house, the first job for new employees of It's a Cleaning Company is in the owner's own home, where, with three kids, safety is the utmost priority. The staff cleans homes with the same amount of care that goes into hiring new employees. They do a walkthrough with the homeowners before the first cleaning session, which gives them a good idea of how the homeowners want their place cleaned. Then, after the first session, they seek feedback, which can include, "I don't like how that cleaning solution smells" to "Please write my name in lipstick on the mirror when you leave," so they can tweak upcoming visits. Besides their most popular service, regular maintenance cleaning, they also perform spring cleaning, move-in/move-out cleaning, and commercial cleaning.
Godwin Aqua Systems disperses its fleet of vans throughout neighborhoods in search of de-ionized, unfiltered, and hard water. Water specialists certified by the Water Quality Association embody the company's more than half-century commitment to reliable maintenance services. They know their way around all makes and models of water softeners, reverse-osmosis systems, and drinking systems, making it simple for them to spot and fix problems. In addition to ensuring safe and delicious drinking water, the courteous technicians also make sure to respect clients' homes, donning booties over shoes to protect floors and resisting the urge to swing from the chandelier.
North Pointe Cleaners' dry cleaning doyens, who have keen eyes for garment labels spouting cleaning specifications, have domesticated a state-of-the-art 65-pound dry-cleaning machine designed to refurbish weatherworn wardrobes. Like the world’s largest tilt-o-whirl laundry rack, North Pointe Cleaners can handle a wide spectrum of garments ranging from skirts ($5.99 each) and pants ($5.95 each) to sweaters ($5.95 each) and evening gowns ($19.95+). Enlist these friendly staffers to expunge last winter’s smudgy fingerprints from coats ($11.95+) or restore sport jackets ($6.95 each) and two-piece suits ($11.95 each) to a dapper state after executive-level food fights at the office.
The greener the earth is, the fewer gallons of toxic paint the government uses to paint fields and forests green. J & J Professional Cleaning does its part to keep the earth naturally verdant by employing innovative and environmentally friendly techniques. Its technicians scour the carpets of homes and office spaces with nontoxic cleaning agents. Using a cleaning technology that's low moisture—unlike a marine biologist's bag lunch—technicians ensure quicker drying time, improved indoor air quality, and longer lives for carpets. In addition to improving the carpet's appearance and quality, the cleaning solves stain and odor problems by destroying bacteria nestled deep into fibers. J & J Professional Cleaning can also restore tile and linoleum floors to their original state by replacing old wax and waving a water vacuum over the area like a magic wand.
Jon Conroy, owner of Soap Slingers, has spent the past 11 years connecting customers with professional technicians, who cleanse both residential and commercial properties. In addition to window cleaning, Jon's staff scours gutters and power-washes surfaces such as decks, sidewalks, houses, and prehistoric monuments.
At Sun Cleaners, a high-powered collection of 70 washers and 45 dryers provides a cleansing, centrifugal fun ride for dirty clothes. Staffers use only soft water and small amounts of soap to treat fibers delicately and expedite urgent cleaning assignments with same-day services at no extra charge. Alterations make loose or new garments fit snugly and seamlessly while waiting patrons enjoy free WiFi and cable TV.