The staff at Duct Cleaning Services helps their clients take a breath of fresh air inside their homes. They often complete an indoor air-quality assessment to inform their services, which include air-duct cleanings and filter changes. They also have an eye for safety: their dryer-vent cleanings clear lint and debris to prevent house fires.
Committed to truly green practices, Blu White Cleaners freshens up soiled duds with chemical-free wet-cleaning processes that deodorize and clean finicky fabrics. Using biodegradable detergents, staffers soak shirts ($1.85–$2.15), pants ($6.50–$7.50), suits ($12.95–$14.95), dresses ($11.95–$14.95) and other garments in a water-based cleaning solution that provides a CEPA-approved alternative to harsh dry-cleaning chemicals that is safe for fabrics too delicate for machine washings or wind scrubbings from busy skydivers. De-soiled duds can be picked up within 72 hours, allowing patrons to keep wardrobes stocked with outfits as sparkling and fresh as a germaphobe's disco ball.
Inspired by their twin boys, the family behind Green Heat Services decided to create a company that would improve the energy efficiency and health of their home. They had been in the indoor-heating-and-cooling business for more than a quarter century, and so applied their knowledge toward rounding up a capable crew and streamlining the experience for their patrons. A licensed HVAC technician oversees each team during installations and commands the use of portable negative pressure vacuums. In addition to helping families breathe easier via cleaner indoor air, the business lowers blood pressure by scheduling their visits in three-hour increments, rather than having clients wait all day for crews to arrive.
Technicians from Oren’s Services take dirt to task, whether it’s embedded in the carpet, floating in the air ducts, or clogging the gutters. They use steam cleaners to scour carpets for dirt and stains, and they use negative-pressure vacuums to remove germs and toxins from the air ducts. In their pursuit of keeping homes clean and safe, they also offer dryer-vent-, gutter-, and attic-cleaning services.
The home is the biggest purchase people make, with the exception of those who bought limited-edition Beanie Babies in 1997. Because it's such a large investment, it's important to keep it looking its best. That's where interior decorators and the Dream House Company steps in. They meet with home sellers to stage homes, making rooms look their best to attract buyers. They also consult with new owners, or those simply looking for a change, helping them decorate and taking them on shopping trips to use her professional discount at several major homewares retailers.
Ambassador Limousine and Sedan Inc. has been featured on CNN for its dependability and prowess at safely delivering people to their destinations. The chauffer company practices classy professionalism, employing expert drivers and luxury automobiles to fetch riders from their homes and carry them to and fro across their busy schedules. Outstanding customer service rings through the gentle clicking of seat belts and shines through the exquisite wax coating on every available vehicle. Along with three-passenger Cadillac DTS sedans and six-passenger Cadillac SUVs ($55–$65 hourly base rate or $66–$78 hourly all-inclusive rate with minimum use of one hour on weekday nights and three hours on weekends), Ambassador Limousine and Sedan Inc.'s fleet includes limos like the 8- to 10-passenger Mercedes luxury coach limo in black or white ($100 hourly base rate, or $120 hourly all-inclusive rate with minimum use of three hours on weekdays and four hours on weekends). Most limos range from $65 to $180 for an hour or one-way transfer, making it easy for a guest and his or her family, musical ensemble, or traveling euchre team to get to the airport or simply roll around town with the windows down and a double-sided mix tape of Journey's B-side classics.