Carpets are like giant filters in your home, trapping dirt, allergens, and miniaturized scientists, all of which can negatively affect your health. That's why A Clean Carpet offers eco-friendly carpet-cleaning solutions that leave shag bright and particle free. Using their high-pressure hot-water extraction system, insured techs can also swiftly remove grime from upholstery and area rugs.
Clean Carpet Professionals' staffers uproot grime from carpets, tile and grout, and hard surfaces with their commercial-grade, truck-mounted Hydramaster system. Technicians inject dingy floors with hot, soft water and cleaning tonics, aiming to banish stains spawned from foot traffic, spilled food, or full-scale reenactments of last year's Kentucky Derby. A soft-water rinse and suction expunge dirt from debris-susceptible carpets, helping to rid them of dust mites, allergens, and microscopic pollutants. An enclosed high pressure wand blows cleaning agents with high PH levels onto tile and grout to oust unsightly build-up caught in its crevices, while vinyl and concrete floors and thoroughly washed and rinsed to rid them of dirt and chemicals that can't be rid by mere mopping.
Like the Milwaukee Brewers on the first day of practice, The Dirt Destroyers' staff sports uniforms and name tags. Unlike the Brewers, though, this team is insured and bonded. When they're not cleaning homes, the technicians can often be found at commercial properties and area offices. They also happily trot out to difficult jobs. Construction sites are notoriously messy; debris collects in piles, concrete gets dirty, and bulldozers toss their candy wrappers anywhere they please. The Dirt Destroyers can take care of these messes with their construction-cleanup services, which include high-area cleaning using lifts and scaffolding. No matter the task, they'll run down a checklist to ensure sites are spick-and-span before they depart. At the customer's request, The Dirt Destroyers will use green cleaning products that are safe for kids, pets, and the environment they all frolic in.
Mike Klinter wanted his company to do things the right way. So before picking up a steam cleaner, he picked up a book. He researched many types of carpet-cleaning products and methods, and attended conventions and seminars; he talked to many other carpet cleaners through forums and webinars, and even took unsatisfied area rugs to brunch. The result of this research is Mike's 12-step cleaning process designed around energy-efficient equipment and environmentally safe products.
When Joelle Morris-Merschman founded White Glove Cleaning in 1998, she pledged to use only eco-friendly products during her residential and commercial cleanings. Her licensed cleaning techs bust open a can of elbow grease on living spaces, sanitizing bathrooms and kitchens, dusting fixtures, and even taking the time to water houseplants and Robert Plant’s resilient hairline. In addition to housecleaning, White Glove offers lawn-mowing and snow-plowing services.