When a Sears Carpet Cleaning team visits a home, they roll up in a service truck armed with cleaning devices specially engineered to clean dirty carpets. Following a heated deep-cleaning fiber rinse that helps loosen dirt particles, blue-shirted techs remove dirt, debris, and allergens in carpets with a high-powered extraction, followed by a pH-balancing fiber rinse that helps rid carpets of the cleaning solution and any leftover dirt. Solutions are pet- and kid-friendly. The techs, who are trained on carpet styles and cleaning equipment, pay special attention to extra-dirty spots and areas of the carpet that see heavy traffic. While they wrap up the procedure, the carpet gurus field any questions customers may have about the service or the likelihood of retaliation from dust-bunny armies.
Sal Sidoti founded his eponymous HVAC company in 1967, driven by the desire to provide top-notch workmanship with no strings attached. In the 45 years since, Sal has recruited a corps of technicians who possess encyclopedic knowledge of every make and model of HVAC equipment. 24 hours a day, these professionals field calls, dishing quotes and dispatching crews to perform basic maintenance or emergency repairs. The crews install, clean, and inspect heating and cooling units to keep homes operating at comfortable temperatures or at the temperature required for authentic reenactments of the first ice age. Technicians can also perform minor plumbing services, such as toilet installations or leaky faucet repairs.
With the help of a high-powered, 48-inch fan, Clean Air America, Inc.'s truck-mounted vacuum system extracts dust, dirt, and allergens out of ventilation systems at a rate of 16,000 cubic feet of air per minute. To put that in perspective, traditional portable or truck-mounted vacuums muster between 400 and 4,000 cubic feet per minute on a good day. Before each session, technicians send an infrared camera into the ductwork to map out every inch of dust or reveal enclaves of ninjas hiding there. Then they move in with special brushes and scrubbing tools, leaving homes with cleaner air and fewer odors.
Keith Heating & Cooling, Inc.'s technicians call their service trucks "warehouses on wheels." Each one carries a stock of parts so extensive that repairmen complete more than 97% of their jobs with supplies right off the truck. That kind of service typifies the approach of Keith Heating & Cooling's HVAC specialists, whose services range from heating-system repairs to removal of foreign spies in air ducts. Factory-trained in all major brands including Trane, Bryant, and Lennox, technicians adhere to up-front pricing so homeowners feel comfortable before each job begins. They’ll also fix or replace any equipment that breaks down the same season it was installed with same-day service.