At each of the two Discount Laundry locations scattered around Omaha, orderly rows of Maytag and Speed Queen washers and dryers await dirty laundry like a phalanx of soldiers awaiting orders. The large capacity machines work quickly to rid duds of dirt and grime, allowing owners to get in, get out, and get back to their soccer game before the coach notices they're gone.
Though few people need to stick around long, those who stay can take advantage of amenities such as snack machines, cable television, video games, and wireless Internet. The licensed, bonded, and insured staff at each location also offers pickup and drop-off services, with same- and next-day turnaround available.
Sometimes, it’s best to take a hands-off approach. The techs at Fantasy’s Car Wash take this advice to heart every time they come to work, delivering touch-free car washes that have earned their shops the “top car wash” designation in Omaha Magazine’s Best of Omaha contest every year since 2008. Cars cruise in and out of the automated wash tunnels at outposts spread throughout the state, with many locations also boasting filling centers for diesel fuel or propane.
Around the clock, the technicians at Brasch Heating and Cooling stand ready and waiting by the phone, eager to head out and help homes breathe easier. The technicians—members of the Heating and Cooling Contractors Association—are more than ready to fix stubborn heat pumps, clean clogged air ducts, and install new appliances from Heil, Bryant, and Goodman. Heating and cooling systems may even experience a boost in energy efficiency after visits, as if forever spurred on by a tiny rowing instructor.
The owners of Green Tree Heating & Air Conditioning serve their clients with honesty and integrity, repairing and replacing furnaces and AC units. Their technicians make HVAC equipment hum in perfect Beach Boys harmonies with tune-ups and cleanings, and the company's low-price guarantee ensures that customers get the best value on their wares and services.
D Finest Air Duct Cleaning’s crews journey into dark and inaccessible passageways, clearing accumulated buildup in an effort to leave behind safer and healthier homes. Technicians attach HEPA-filtered vacuums and Rotobrush equipment to air ducts, agitating and swallowing the dust and contaminants that can worsen indoor air quality. The staff also improves the efficiency of systems by banishing soil and grime from HVAC units, blower motors, and other household ventilation systems; dryer vents gather detritus that can, if left untreated, burst into flames, and chimneys need to remain cleaned to allow a steady stream of angry ghosts to escape the home.