For the past eight years, the techs at C&C Carpet Care have scoured carpets in homes and offices with hot-steam extraction. They pull pet odors out of fibers with deodorizing products and shield them against future stains with Scotchgard. When they aren't cleaning rugs, they oust grime from upholstery and tile. Techs use their certification from the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration to rescue floors and possessions from flood waters caused by rain or broken pipes. They're also certified in trauma and crime-scene cleanup—a useful skill because most crimes are committed out of an irrational hatred of carpets.
Superior Carpet Care & Restoration unleashes high-pressured fury on floors with its mobile cleaning services. Using a sophisticated truck-mounted engine that heats water to 212 degrees, fully insured technicians can scour floors made from materials such as tile and grout, carpeting, and beef jerky. The company's experts can also spruce up air ducts or remediate water damage.
As a local Daytona Beach business for more than 22 years, Complete Steam Services and its team of technicians know how to make a room shimmer. Using industrial-grade steam cleaners, staffers purge carpets of deeply embedded contaminants—such as soil, dust, bacteria, and children who are exceptional hide-and-seek players—without leaving behind a detergent residue. Cleaners can also tend to dingy upholstery and oriental and area rugs with dirt-blasting techniques that abide by manufacturer recommendations. In addition, tile- and grout-cleaning procedures render hard surfaces sparkling, and pet-urine treatments can rid homes of unpleasant odors left by cats, dogs, or domesticated sloths. They also clean hardwood floors and laminate. Before any service, Complete Steam Services scrupulously measures the desired treatment area and provides a free and detailed pricing estimate.
The licensed, bonded, and insured team of 4 Sons Restoration restores floors with a four-step process. First, the team pretreats with a nontoxic, eco-friendly cleanser to break up grime. Then it applies up to 3,000 PSI of water pressure to tough areas and follows that up with more than 200 degrees of heat. Lastly, cleaners vacuum to soak up all the soil and dirty water, leaving behind like-new floors. They can use this same process on both residential and commercial tile floors, and also extend their cleaning services to carpets, counter tops, decks, patios, and more.