Superior Carpet Cleaning doesn’t just eradicate dirt; it also eliminates the impersonal nature and harsh cleaning practices of bigger carpet-cleaning businesses. Because the company is small, the owner is able to oversee most of the jobs the technicians perform, ensuring each carpet, furniture, and rug fiber they work on is left spotless. And the formulas and equipment they bring along are all environmentally friendly, so newly cleansed floors are left safe for kids, pets, and impromptu handstands to impress the neighbors.
Rochester Linoleum & Carpet One's flooring professionals partner with more than 900 companies to gather a diverse selection of carpet, hardwood, porcelain tile, natural stone, luxury vinyl, and laminate-flooring materials. Carefully organized shelves help customers quickly browse samples from brands such as Tigress? and American Expressions, and a multilevel warranty system categorizes products according to expected lifetime and level of protection. Expert ground softeners also aim to minimize airborne irritants, such as dust, mold, and dust-covered trapeze artists, by installing new carpeting with signature Healthier Living techniques.
Since installing its first floor 35 years ago, Perinton Carpeting & Flooring has upheld its dedication to providing homeowners with high-quality surfaces to tread upon. In the well-stocked showroom, knowledgeable staff members can be found helping patrons navigate the inventory of name-brand interior turf, from carpeting to ceramic tile to eco-friendly laminate flooring. Once shoppers have selected their ground cover of choice, Perinton’s in-house installer—boasting 23 years of floor revamping experience—descends on homes to anchor floors in place. Technicians also can refinish hardwood floors, leaving surfaces looking new after they erase bumps and scratches resulting from floors’ attempts to walk upright.
Quick-Dry Carpet Care’s owners and primary technicians, Jim and Sam, de-spot shag and upholstery with techniques honed across decades in the floor-care industry. Wielding eco-and pet-friendly products and a low-moisture process, the crew's five-step carpet-cleansing program begins with nap lifting and deep vacuuming, which helps loosen embedded soil and stains. Low-moisture shampoo draws out dirt and grime, and technicians finish each session with a spritz of soil retardant and deodorizer, infusing the fuzzy flooring with scents as long lasting as a cryogenically frozen rose.
Techs also spruce up upholstered furniture, such as ottomans and sofas, free mattresses from mites, and unleash active enzymes to annihilate lingering pet odor. Quick-Dry Carpet Care pledges customer satisfaction with a 100% guarantee on all services rendered.
Professional Cleaning Group’s pad purifiers dust, wash, and polish furniture and floors of disheveled digs up to 2,000 square feet. During the up to three-hour sanitizing spree, fully insured castle cleansers polish dull hardwood floors to a diamond necklace–like shine, distracting jewel thieves from ruby-encrusted mops hidden in the hall closet. Voracious vacuums suck dirt from scuzzy carpet and evict dust bunnies from their under-sofa lairs while sponges scour dirty countertops and sink basins. Professional Cleaning Group’s band of dirt bullies refrains from washing windows and de-lousing underwater spy lairs, but are available to perform almost any other cleansing craft Monday through Friday each week.
Since its founding by William Bright Sr. and William Dunk Sr. in 1927, Dunk & Bright Furniture has grown from a modest storefront to a 100,000-square-foot showroom. The store's staff—accredited by the Interior Design Society and American Society of Interior Designers—leads visitors through a maze of bedroom and living room sets, mattresses, and other pieces by brands such as Ashley, Harden, and aspenhome. A separate 1,000,000-cubic-foot warehouse stores the bulk of the shop's inventory, which also includes wall-to-wall carpeting, area rugs, shutters and blinds, and enchanted mirrors. Dunk & Bright delivers purchases free of charge within 200 miles of Syracuse.