Mike Wood may be the president of the DunRite team, but he often personally travels to clients' homes to meet them and provide an estimate for their air-conditioner or furnace repairs. Wood, a former HVAC instructor who taught at two technical schools and a current contractor with 40 year's worth of experience, confidently diagnoses problems and provides a written estimate that he promises won't change half-way through the job.
Then, his technicians come out to repair HVAC systems from practically all brands, including Amana, Honeywell, Maytag, and York. They can also install new systems and devices that keep different rooms at different temperatures. The team will even repair systems that are 60 years old.
The technicians at 1st American Air harness powerful vacuums, ultraviolet light, and electrostatic technology to improve one of the most natural and essential parts of human existence: breathing. Air-duct experts use high-tech devices such as shrinking machines to journey into the home?s hidden passageways to draw out dirt and dust, and they can install germicidal lights to preemptively ward off the growth of bacteria and viruses. Technicians also can purify air and thwart the dissemination of allergens by spritzing sanitizing agents into ducts or installing electrostatic filters that pluck unsuspecting dirt particles out of the air using magnetic charges.
Inspired by their twin boys, the family behind Green Heat Services decided to create a company that would improve the energy efficiency and health of their home. They had been in the indoor-heating-and-cooling business for more than a quarter century, and so applied their knowledge toward rounding up a capable crew and streamlining the experience for their patrons. A licensed HVAC technician oversees each team during installations and commands the use of portable negative pressure vacuums. In addition to helping families breathe easier via cleaner indoor air, the business lowers blood pressure by scheduling their visits in three-hour increments, rather than having clients wait all day for crews to arrive.
Technicians from Oren’s Services take dirt to task, whether it’s embedded in the carpet, floating in the air ducts, or clogging the gutters. They use steam cleaners to scour carpets for dirt and stains, and they use negative-pressure vacuums to remove germs and toxins from the air ducts. In their pursuit of keeping homes clean and safe, they also offer dryer-vent-, gutter-, and attic-cleaning services.
When most people see the inside of their ducts for the first time, they wish they hadn't. That's because everything from pet hair to dust and mites collects along the edges and filters into the air flowing throughout their homes. But the professional technicians at Duct Geeks make it their job to revert ducts back to a healthy state. The background-checked technicians clear ducts, vents, and chimneys, removing allergens that cause red eyes, runny noses, and inefficient heating and cooling. Duct Geeks use van mounted equipment to run their vacuum hoses straight to the furnace area to reduce noise and dust pollution inside the home during the cleaning process. Furthermore, every cleaning product they use is safe for families, the environment, and pets that crawl into small spaces. Their window cleaning services are detailed and thorough, assuring crystal clean glass panes every time.
First Class Carpet Cleaning's technicians understand that different types of carpet require different cleaning methods. That's why they offer multiple forms of carpet cleaning, and knowledgeable techs determine which method is most appropriate based on the types of carpet each client has.
Most carpets are fine with a hot-water-extraction cleaning, but more delicate or older carpets call for dry cleaning, and others call for dry compound cleaning. Regardless of what type the technicians decide is best, they use eco-friendly products and truck-mounted technology, removing debris and lost socks deeply embedded in carpet fibers. The technicians clean upholstery, rugs, and air ducts as well.