For two generations, the professionals at Midwest Home Services have not only kept homes sparkling clean, but safe. That’s thanks in part to their range of inspection and fix-it services that help prevent fires and energy waste. The team’s specialty is keeping the most functional parts of a home operational by cleaning everything from hot water heaters to furnaces and gutters. When a case requires more work than what a cleanup job can fix, the team also performs a number of handyman and home repair services so chimneys, roof tiles, and kitchens continue to operate as efficiently as the day they were hired.
Since erasing the grime from their first carpet in 1990, business partners John and Thomas have continued to work together to keep area homes sparkling, safe, and free of allergens. In the decades since founding Sunshine Carpet and Air-Duct Cleaning, the duo—along with their team of technicians—has developed a base of loyal customers thanks to their dedication to customer service and meticulous workmanship. Staffers pilot truck-mounted equipment during carpet cleaning services or clean air ducts to expunge vents of irritating agents such as pollen and dust bunnies that text message their friends during dinner. To further ensure home safety and cleanliness, they conduct dryer vent cleanings that helps prevent fires and upholstery cleaning that uses safe, nontoxic chemicals to de-grime all manner of fabrics.
It’s troubling that the materials that break down stains, dirt, and odors are often toxic to humans and pets. That’s why the technicians at Go Clean are committed to doing something different. They work to keep homes toxin-free by using only all-natural products and maintaining a zero-residue policy, which ensures no contaminants remain in the fibers of carpets, rugs, and upholstery. To zap away stains and odors, they tackle fibers with truck-mounted steam cleaners and a pretreatment that works to annihilate tough stains from wine spills or dinner accidents. Technicians move most furniture to get at corners, all while making sure they don’t disturb the house poltergeist’s idea of feng shui. Beyond sprucing up carpets, the staffers also clean out air ducts and wash windows to leave houses free of allergens and spots.