The stain-slaying staff at Mark’s Cleaning Service, with 27 years of carpet-cleaning prowess, extricates grime from fibers without leaving a sticky residue or overwetting shags. During the multistep process, a commercial-strength vacuum first removes dry soil and hidden car keys before a preconditioner loosens dirt and oils. A spot-clean ameliorates stubborn blots such as gum, wax, squid ink, and pet stains, and then a truck-mounted rinse system bathes carpets. Next, an Evolution wand breaks up encrusted crud with gentle agitation. The skilled carpet custodian then targets any lingering stains with a specialty spot cleaner and finishes by blowing carpets dry with a high-powered turbo dryer or by mouth.
When a Sears Air Duct Cleaning team visits a home, they roll up in a service truck armed with an industrial-strength cleaning device specially engineered to cleanse HVAC systems. Following a detailed and customer-focused 14-step cleaning process, blue-shirted techs use powerful vacuums and high-pressure air whips to dislodge dirt, debris, and allergens that may be compromising homes' air quality and reducing the efficiency of heating and cooling systems. While they wrap up the procedure?which adheres to National Air Duct Cleaners Association guidelines?ventilation gurus field any questions customers may have about the service or the likelihood of retaliation from dust-bunny armies.
The cleaning technicians at Cleveland Steamer Cleaning Service have seen their share of tough stains. They’ve been purging dirt and mud tracks from carpets for 10 years, and they have to think hard to remember a time when they last encountered a job they couldn’t handle. They vow to expel every last morsel of grime and dirt from every carpet they come across, backing up their promises with truck-mounted steam equipment and green cleaning solvents. The crew doesn’t just clean carpets—they strive to keep them clean with disinfectants and protectors that guard against bacteria and blow a high-pitched whistle to ward off filthy dogs.
Haul-My-Mess.com owner Ron McCully dispatches crews of strong, careful movers to help clients transport their belongings without stress or physical pain. Workers pull up to homes and businesses in large, 16-foot box trucks, eager to follow special orders, such as to haul away the sofa without waking the no-good roommate who’s sleeping on it. In addition to facilitating easy moves, Haul-My-Mess offers junk-removal services focused on reducing landfill waste by delivering reusable goods to local donation and recycling centers.
Cleanpro's proprietary carpet-cleaning system was developed in the late 1980s and stands apart from other cleaners by being environmentally friendly, drying quickly, and removing residue left behind by other cleaners. Using a citrus-based organic formula, Cleanpro teams descend on homes to kick out dirt, grime, and stains with ion exchange technology, and, unlike standard steam cleaning, their fast-drying method leaves carpets moisture-free within one to two hours. In addition to their signature carpet-cleaning service, Cleveland Cleanpro also spruces up stained sofas and upholstery, applies carpet protector, and deodorizes entire homes to prevent neighbors from thinking you eat soup every day of the week.
Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning's team of trained professionals harnesses Mother Earth's arboreal breath to naturally purify overly soiled carpets. In addition to effectively breaking down pesky stains, their oxygen-powered cleaning system has a fast one-hour drying time, doesn't leave a crunchy residue, and is safe for your family, pets, and the environment (which houses even more families and pets). In addition to the aesthetic benefits of carpet cleaning, a visit from Oxi Fresh supports a healthier atmosphere by terminating dust mites, allergens, dirty germs, and other yuckies.
The assiduous crew also uses its oxygen-based formulas to oust grime from upholstered furniture, as well as tile and grout. Crewmembers travel to both residential and commercial buildings to perform their services, ensuring no evidence is left behind after company parties or lunchtime games of Hot Pocket dodge ball.