When Climate Control Mechanical Services first began to deploy contractors in 1964, they chiefly serviced large commercial centers. However, they soon received a barrage of requests for home visits from their customers, and expanded their coverage to include residential heating and air conditioning. Their experience with both complex company units and standard household ducts allows them to maintain most anything in between, including larger-scale houses, barns, and cabanas.
With an emphasis on attention to detail and energy efficiency, certified technicians report to hiccupping devices at any hour, looking beyond problematic symptoms to the cause. This thorough approach reduces the risk of airborne pollutants and can prevent future repairs. Their neutral stance toward all brands means that they recommend products based solely on the home's relevant factors, such as its square footage and the average speed of encroaching glaciers. From installations to routine inspections to replacements, their services strive to keep citizens cozy throughout each season.
When looking at before and after photos of clients' ductwork, the difference Air Fresh Dryer Vent & Duct Cleaning Inc. can make is remarkable. The company dispatches techs to residences to scrub air ducts and dryer vents, removing years' worth of buildup and mold. They also offer washing-machine hose replacements and dryer-exhaust transition hoses.
The insured staff at Dreyer’s Cleaning follows a 12-step carpet cleaning process to remove stains and dirt from all types of carpet materials. This process—which includes a pre-vacuum, soil extraction treatment, neutralizer, and speed dry—is designed to give the carpet a thorough cleaning without leaving any sticky residue once the cleaning has ended. Dreyer’s also offers green cleaning packages as well as cleaning services for upholstery, tile and grout, hardwood floors, and leather.
JC Teague LLC's eponymous technician first began working as a trade handyman in 1976, earning his keep as a certified gas service technician. A decade later, he started his own service company that grew to a fleet of 15 service trucks before he sold the business in 1996 and became a heating and air-conditioning consultant. Now, Joe Teague helms a residential and commercial cooling, heating, and gas business, where he repairs air conditioners, heaters, gas systems, and the brains of cyborg butlers.