Nabbing a 2011 Talk of the Town award for customer satisfaction, the garment de-gunkers at Champion Cleaners and Tuxedo Rentals continue their 61-year tradition of stellar service. Experts gently purify full suits, dresses, and coats ($11 each) and return delicate sweaters ($3.75) to mint Cosby condition. Individual suit pieces ($5.50 each)—such as pants, shirts, and jackets—compare notes with the vestigial garment colloquially known as the vest ($4.25). Dry cleaners revive threads Monday–Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Though additional services are not included in this deal, Champion also offers alterations, tuxedo rentals, wedding-gown preservation, and zipper repairs.
TruBlue of Rochester Hills takes the hassle out of housework. It sends out house-care managers to oversee all aspects of the home, with services ranging from housecleaning services to yard work and house repair. In addition, they customize their services to meet their client's needs and budget.
Dubin Cleaners & Laundry is owned and operated by third-generation dry cleaners Andy and Sandy Dubin. Andy’s close friend Stuart Zack runs the front the of store and coordinates pickups and deliveries, and manager Doris Davis always leaves one meticulous eye locked on the hand-finishing of garments. Experienced stain fighters clean all types of clothing on-site, hand-processing each garment and using only pure solvents to keep threads looking crisp after a messy session of moat-digging in the front yard. Customers come and go on busy Saturdays as they drop off designer fashions, wedding gowns, table linens, and sheets for on-site flatwork, and enjoy complimentary coffee and donuts.
The fabric experts at Houdini’s Cleaners meticulously attend to sartorial details. They dry-clean delicate fabrics such as wool, leather, and silk, rendering them spotless and odor-free. They also press creases into trousers and collars for crisp, flattering lines, as well as repair sagging hemlines and snags. Additionally, Houdini’s Cleaners offers same-day service and a 24-hour drop box, making it even more feasible to mud wrestle during lunch breaks.
As a lad, Don Clay, Jr. watched his father clean carpets and refinish floors, going on to master the trade under his dad's tutelage. Today, Clay operates his own business, Michigan Carpet Cleaning, where his more than 30 years of experience have earned five Angie's List Superior Service Awards. Clay and his insured crew refresh floor fibers during both residential and commercial carpet cleanings. The dirt extractors strain to reach out-of-the-way spots and scour rugs after homeowners facilitate the movement of furniture or house-wide model-train sets. Additionally, Clay's team expands its floor-refurbishing skills to include repairing flood damage with water-damage restoration and dry out services, as well as cleaning and deodorizing upholstery and furniture.
For clients' convenience, Clay dispenses online carpet-care tips, plus complimentary quotes. When not inhaling embedded debris from carpets' deepest recesses, Clay throws support behind local high-school athletics and church youth programs.