After Hours is a high-end dry cleaners that caters to residents and businesses all over the DFW metroplex. We only pickup and deliver - no store fronts. We have a plant and all work is done in house. Our overhead is much lower than our true competition and in return our customers can expect the best work at a great value.
Leaves, dirt, and algae in the pool can embarrass pool-party hosts, pose health threats to swimmers, or put a damper on a newlywed couple’s very first cannonball. With four levels of maintenance, the uniformed staffers at PoolSide Texas work to ensure backyard pools stay clean and safe. They administer weekly services, such as standard chemical balancing, toxin testing, algae screening, and vacuuming. They give free estimates via their website's online chat.
Equipped with company-supplied products and a sharp attention to detail, Restoration's fully insured cleaning technicians chase off stubborn dust bunnies during residential cleaning sessions. Clients may solicit routine cleanings on a weekly or bi-weekly basis, or request a one-time cleanup when a game of pin the tail on the bull ends in disaster.
Get Super Clean’s technicians use hot water extraction systems to remove grime from carpets and suction away allergens, fungus, and impacted dust. The process dissipates pet odors by creating a temporary "flood" around the stained area and using a special tool to remove pet waste or actual pets that are hiding in the fibers to avoid bath-time. The specialists can also clean tile and grout, polish granite and marble, and clean upholstery with a low-pressure spray.
Dryve Cleaners spruces up delicate duds with laundering and dry-cleaning services, and frees up overbooked schedules with complimentary porch-side pickup. Peripatetic washer-persons collect soiled vestments from residential verandas, returning them, like a thief with a fundamentally flawed concept of burgling, the next day. Unsoil sartorial sidekicks, including shirts ($2.95), pants ($3.55), dresses ($5.75), and two-piece suits ($6.95) with the dry-cleaning service, or throw old-fashioned laundering into the mix for less finicky frocks ($1.70 for a shirt, $3.95 for pants).