In 1993, after years as a tech in the carpet cleaning industry, Gregory Cole founded Pro Carpet as a one-stop shop providing the best carpet-cleaning practices he had learned during his career. Gregory's team, which now numbers more than 30 techs, begins each carpet-cleaning service with a thorough walk-through, during which customers can point out specific soiled areas before the techs evaluate carpets for their levels of dirt, stains, and rainbow sprinkles. As they begin to clean, they employ steam-based cleaning and stain-specific products, such as the company's proprietary enzyme-based pet-stain formula, to remove odors and soils.
Pro Carpet's expertise also extends beyond carpeting, tackling upholstery and area rugs with the same thoroughness. They can also be called upon to repair water damage, clean office cubicles, and sweep dust and allergens from inside air ducts with professional-grade tools that improve air quality.
Dual high-torque motors purr from the Rotovac and provide—in just a few strokes—hundreds of back-and-forth and side-to-side cleaning passes, each guided by Klean as a Whistle’s licensed and insured technicians. The high-powered wands effortlessly lift deep-set debris and soil from carpets, upholstery, and even tile, extending the flooring’s lifespan, freshening its appearance, and improving the air quality of the entire home. The crew does a general inspection of the room before unleashing a cleaning frenzy, complete with a pretreatment solution and a post-cleaning inspection. The company guarantees that customers will be satisfied and that no harm shall ever befall the carpet's firstborn child so long as the owner be of virtue true.
OTC Carpet Cleaning's technicians clean all types of carpeting, from industrial-strength matting inside manufacturing plants to delicate oriental rugs. They remove unsightly stains and eliminate odors caused by pets or wearing shoes soaked in cologne. Specialists also refinish hardwood floors to restore their lustrous sheen, all while complying with OSHA and WISHA standards.
The floor-fresheners at Regency Carpet and Floor Care relieve tiles and textiles of the dirt, odors, and contaminants left behind by daily traffic and pollution. During a 10-step carpet cleaning ($150–$190 for 500 sq. ft.), the hot hands of pressurized, truck-mounted steam-cleaning equipment massage tired carpets into sanitized bliss without saturating carpet backing, subflooring, or underground lairs. Those with animals can opt for the pet-odor-control treatment ($45/gallon of solution), in which carpet cleaners sniff out soiled spots with detection equipment before spraying suspect areas down with an oxidizing, bacteria-chewing solution. The dirt whispering extends to tile and grout ($1–$1.25/sq. ft.) as well as upholstery ($45–$105), taming even the most temperamental fabrics. Coat grabby grout with a stain-resistant sealant, or dress carpets and upholstery with a layer of 3M Scotchgard to protect against future spills and stains.
The cleanliness experts at Green Cleaning Technologies sanitize carpets and air vents, with truck mounts instead of portable vacuums. True to its name, Green Cleaning wields environmentally friendly products that neither emit fumes nor force children and pets to leave the area, sucking away any residue at a pressure of 3000 psi. Carpet cleanings diminish the harmful presence of bacteria, viruses, and dust mites. Similarly, duct-cleaning services improve air quality by sanitizing heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and dryer vents. The dust and dander in unclean air can settle in the lungs and cause irritation, resulting in allergies, fatigue, and involuntary yodeling.
Grassroots Carpet Cleaner's team of licensed and insured cleaners gives each carpet a final once-over after an hour spent scrubbing and steam-cleaning it. The company's meticulous, uniformed workers use only high-quality detergents and equipment as they clean carpets and upholstery, clear allergens out of air ducts, and purify vehicular interiors sullied after attempts to open a jar of marmalade while merging into traffic.