Dirt Busters’ truck-mounted steam-cleaning units have been purring across carpets for nearly three decades. The company’s insured techs draw upon experience accrued during that time to launder shag with a special three-step method. After a preconditioning treatment, hot-water extraction frees area rugs of dirt, grime, cookie crumbs, and shredded contracts with cookie companies. The final swoop of a high-suction vacuum leaves carpets without unpleasant residue. Clients can also call upon Dirt Busters to remove stains and burn marks.
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Since 1983, Mike Johnson and his crew of scour-savvy techs have dispatched safe, eco-friendly water-based solutions to refurbish carpets, hardwood floors, and upholstery. Crews sweep in, first vacuuming carpets to extract loose dirt or Aztec ruins before their signature cleaning concoction washes over fibers, lifting entrenched grime from deep within the shag. With the help of thirsty pads, machines remove dirt as they dry floors, paving the way for techs to groom the carpets. Such is their dedication to keeping flooring pristine that Heaven's Best Carpet Cleaning makes available a near-comprehensive stain-removal guide, helping homeowners navigate sticky aesthetic blunders such as spilling nail polish on the floor or tracking motor oil through the house after raucous motor-oil-tasting parties.
Heavenly Housekeeping cleans with nature's mom in mind, relying on low-moisture carpet-cleaning methods that are high in effectiveness and low in water waste. With the Host carpet-cleaner system in hand, staffers seek out rogue dirt in three carpeted rooms. The organic Host sponges—infused with water, detergent, and breathe-friendly solvent—move in rotational harmony to break dirt away from floor-bound fibers, leaving behind minimal sticky residue. After a brief, concluding vacuuming, carpets emerges dry and ready to be rolled on and eaten off of with impunity.
"You should call somebody to fix that."
This declaration of resignation, as Greg Bell's aunt pointed out back when he founded his business in 2000, was the common denominator among homeowners who were never able to find time to complete their lists of home improvements and repairs. As it happened, this group of time-thwarted homeowners was just Greg's target market, so he dropped his business's original name, "Greg Bell, Handyman," in favor of the cleverly anonymous, Mr. Somebody. Nowadays, supported by a team of handpicked handymen, Greg undertakes a range of remodeling and repair services. However, his success means that he can no longer hide behind the blank moniker, as his customers often refer to him glowingly by name on the consumer review aggregator Angie's List, where he also won a Super Service Award in 2011.