Eco-Pure Carpet Cleaning was founded to meet the demand for low-moisture carpet cleaning without a long drying process. To achieve this, technicians turn to a five-step process that removes dirt and debris from carpets by vacuuming, focusing on high traffic areas, and performing spot treatments. Alternately, Eco-Pure Carpet Cleaning?s hardwood and laminate cleaning process only has four steps: they get floors looking shiny and new with a vacuum, a deep clean, dry mop, and copolymer finish. The company also scrubs more than just floors, they're able to deep clean abodes using eco-friendly cleaning products.
Recently featured on the popular ABC television show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Noonshine Window Cleaning Service employs an army of creative squeegee assassins that have perfected the domestic art of window cleaning and other home maintenance services. With the secret Noonshine window-cleaning solution holstered, workers treat panes to a 10-step process that makes for streak-free glass imbued with magical rain-resistant properties. The company ethos insists upon respect for customers and their property. Standard Noonshine courtesies include confirmation phone calls the day before an appointment, punctual arrival, and tips on avoiding awkward eye contact with sparrows that often nest on second-story sills so they can steal WiFi.
Recycle Pink KC's customers are fairly recognizable––they're the ones with the bright pink recycling bins at the end of their driveways. Those bins are specifically for recyclable materials such as electronics and glass items, which the Recycle Pink team will pick up and separate to save them from landfills. As for those pink bins, they aren't just for show, as a portion of Recycle Pink KC's proceeds gets donated to the Cancer Action Center.
Bob Hamilton still remembers the thrill of his 6th birthday, when he unwrapped a box filled with wrenches, saws, and other tools handpicked by his father, a plumber. After years of fixing pipes and stomping koopas at his father's side, Bob fulfilled a childhood dream and founded his own business in 1983.
Two decades later, Bob’s team of uniformed technicians continues to travel throughout the Kansas City area, repairing pipes, heaters, air conditioners, and other mutinous home appliances. Plumbers in tool-stocked trucks roll up to homes, ready to tackle frozen pipes, leaky faucets, and bigger jobs, such as sewer-line replacement and gas-line installation. Technicians also repair and install new heaters and outfit homes with programmable air conditioners. The crew remains on call 24 hours a day in case there are after-hours emergencies or polar bears attempting to hibernate in your newly cooled living room.
Founded by Ken Euston in 1971, Euston Hardware's old-fashioned legacy continues under the helm of Ken's son. Kevin, who has since grown the shops into three locations, keeps the shelves packed with more than 65,000 items for homes, landscaping, and automobiles. Experts chat with customers to help them to tackle projects from changing a car's oil to painting their house solid green so it can be replaced with a CGI castle. Home-improvement tools, which include items for the kitchen and bath, keep domiciles functioning at their best. The friendly staff can also guide green thumbs to lawn and garden supplies or help them select the right locks and outdoor equipment to keep their tools from escaping and impersonating the local robocop.
Bagettes allows customers to personalize their bags by incorporating their own photos and text into the design. Constructed from satin fabric and featuring a black nylon lining, the medium cosmetic bag is 8" wide and 5" tall, giving it the volume to handle makeup, toiletries, and several hamsters. Images are embedded into the fibers of the bags rather than applied superficially to the surface, helping prevent fading and peeling over time and making the bags practical and durable ways to preserve special moments and broadcast hilarious personal slogans. Images—from endearing shots of family members and pets to psychedelic portraiture of famous flightless birds—are submitted using the Bagettes website and can be cropped, resized, and rotated to fit the customer's precise specifications. The site also allows for the addition of text to any image, with more than 200 fonts in which to write special messages, personalized captions, and high-level cryptography.