If Evergreen Air Duct Cleaning's technicians used harsh chemicals in their work, they might do more harm than good. That's why they instead purify homes with organic, mostly plant-based products. Carbonate solutions and water extraction flush dirt and debris from carpets, upholstery, and mattresses, leaving them safe enough for pets and children to wipe their faces on. The licensed, bonded, and insured team also offers a number of other services to get homes back to factory-issue form, such as air-duct cleaning and pet stain and odor removal, both of which improve air quality so families can stop sleeping with gas masks on.
With just the power of steam, the expert cleaners of 818 Carpet Cleaning can give new life to a room. They freshen carpets using steam cleaning and encapsulation cleaning as well as environmentally friendly products. They also clean tile and upholstery.
A Carriage Regal Cleaner protects wedding veils, trains, and gowns with an antisugar treatment that prevents yellowing for up to 20 years. This 1.5-month process includes cleaning and hand pressing, as well as $1,500 worth of insurance from the Wedding Gown Preservation Co. Dresses return to owners in museum-strength, silver-and-white display chests that let onlookers admire perfectly preserved tulle and rhinestones when they’re feeling nostalgic or when the wedding channel temporarily goes offline. The official dry cleaner of the UCLA athletic department's head football and basketball coaches, A Carriage Regal Cleaner's technicians also cleanse a variety of textiles, often turning to environmentally friendly dry-cleaning methods. They also speedily ready garments with same-day service on shirts and blouses, pants, and men’s and women's two-piece suits. Tailoring services ensure an individual fit within three days, and shoe repair services extend the life spans of sock protectors in just one week.
The certified pest-control technicians from Green Environmental Group see no reason to spread around poison only to wait for new rodents to replace the dead ones. Instead, they aim to solve infestation permanently. They first remove the resident offenders. Then, they inspect homes to see where varmints got into the house in the first place, patching up those entryways and hanging tiny Closed signs to stymie potential future invaders.