Owner and operator Robert Reynolds brings detailed knowledge and Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration certification to each and every home-cleaning assignment. He handles each job personally, coercing carpets to surrender their stains, first with a strongly worded letter, and then with a truck-mounted wash system that eradicates stubborn contaminates such as pet dander and dirt. His excellent fabric-identification skills allow him to formulate the ideal response to soiled upholstery, and a sanding-free cleaning process helps restore laminate, bamboo, and pre-finished floors to their original shine. Robert also helps to maintain the health of humans and pets by using eco-friendly products that are free of harsh chemicals and won't leave behind sticky residues or cause the carpet to adopt human emotions.
Trusting another person with your belongings is never easy, even when your belongings are in a scattered pile on the floor. To give clients peace of mind, the cleaners of Luster Cleaning Service are bonded and insured. The self-proclaimed "finicky professionals" scour any surface, shining kitchen counters, bathroom sinks, and the wall-length window that looks out on your neighbor's castle.
The fabric experts at Capitol West Cleaners preserve matrimonial wardrobes with wedding-dress cleaning, and dry-clean, launder, alter, and repair vestments, delivering them home safely gratis. Experienced cleaners pamper gowns, gently scrubbing away spots, stains, and crumbs left over from crowd-diving into wedding cakes. Pants ($5.50) and shirts ($1.75) enjoy old-fashioned water-based laundering, and suit pants ($5.50), jackets ($6.95), two-piece suits ($11.95), dresses ($10), and winter jackets ($14.95) relinquish stains and odors with a gentle dry-cleaning. Clean clothes are ready to be picked up in one or two days, and same-day pickup is available with morning drop-off to keep unsupervised shirts from partying the night away.
The powder plowers of Fort Wayne Snow Removal brave the icy conditions of the fourth season to clear residential driveways and sidewalks of excess snow anytime there are 2 or more inches of snow on the ground. Each snow removal is good for the exorcism of a large load of winter wonderland so that automobiles, family members, and family members dressed as automobiles may tread on surfaces safely. The elimination of peril-causing flurry helps keep loved ones safe during a time of year racked with ever-changing conditions. Salt or sand distribution is also possible upon request. The company’s experts rise before the rooster has crowed or the sun has yodeled, striking at snow before it morphs into the slip-catalyzing substance of ice with shovels and snowblowers. Cars left in the driveway during a plow service will be shoveled around. Groupon buyers can use today's deal toward any driveway with a capacity of up to six cars, and should check online for a list of valid service areas.
Peerless Cleaners has been cleaning the clothes and textiles of Northeastern Indiana with expert experience and attention since 1915, and many of its knowledgeable employees draw on more than 20 years of professional experience as they shampoo, condition, and blow-dry your wilted wearables. When dry cleaning your pants ($5.98), two-piece suits ($12.62), shirts ($2.37), or skirts and sweaters ($6.47), Peerless never uses recycled solvent in its dry cleaning process, ensuring that your garments do not get possessed by the vengeful spirits of clothes past. Every garment is inspected before cleaning for missing buttons and tears, as well as valuables left in pockets, such as misplaced murals and middle children. The cleaners will triple-inspect garments again after cleaning to avoid seven years of bad luck. Once fully fluffed, each garment either chills on a type of hanger that best holds the shape of the fabric without making any impression marks or is folded attentively to prevent wrinkles. A tracking system and emails will keep you updated on the status of your clothes. This Groupon can also be used for laundry, bedding, drapery/upholstery, wedding dresses, and area rugs.
Fort Wayne Ballet began pirouetting in 1956 to enrich the community’s arts offerings with dance instruction and performances. Beginning with its inaugural performance of Cinderella, the ballet company has performed timeless pieces including The Nutcracker, Giselle, and Swan Lake. In addition to its shows and classes, Fort Wayne Ballet maintains strong links to the community, which is evident in its theme: everybody dances. The Ballet works to find adoptive families for dogs through the Muttcracker program, produces trading cards with dancers, I&M linemen and players from each of Fort Wayne’s minor league teams, and stages three main stage productions and three Family Series performances per year.