A minority-owned business, A Perfect Klean, LLC eschews the impersonal touch of big chain cleaning companies for old-fashioned elbow grease and good customer service. Dedicated to tailoring their cleaning services to each client, techs scour kitchens and bathrooms, tidy up after move-outs, and help with spring-cleaning junk removal. But before they start cleaning, the techs assess the size of the job and quote a free estimate.
Anthony D. Bosley and Angela D. DeBose, the owners of A&A Carpet and Upholstery, have more than 20 years of experience deep cleaning carpets. They and their team of technicians use a Ninja Warrior Extractor system to suction away grime and allergens hidden deep within carpet fibers. They also remove stains from upholstery and can even detail automobile interiors. After appointments, a follow-up call helps ensure that customers are satisfied with their services.
Mommy Maids is a female-owned business intent on keeping homes looking their best. These maids understand that kids, visitors, and day-to-day living can result in dirt in hard-to-reach spaces, so they tackle their jobs with aplomb, seeking and removing filth and reversing messiness until the house looks and smells as clean as a tree-house belonging to somebody who’s afraid of heights.
At Blue Bubble Express Laundry, do-it-yourself cleaners can make use of the laundromat's stainless-steel washers and dryers, which operate on a debit-card system to remove the need for ruining a pillowcase with quarter residue. While waiting for their spin cycles to finish, visitors can hang out in a waiting area equipped with televisions and WiFi.
The Cleaning Authority requires its employees to undergo extensive classroom training before outfitting them with an arsenal of environmentally conscious cleaning products and sending them out to customers' homes. The teams rely only on products with Green Seal's stamp of approval, signifying that the solvents and balms meet stringent standards in both environmental protection and home-cleaning performance. In addition to wielding microfiber cloths and mops, staffers use HEPA vacuums to suck up dust bunnies and, on request, incriminating high- school portraits without filling the air with free-floating allergens.