Enviro Cleaning Solutions was formed to maintain a clean and sanitized home and or facility. Our green cleaning service provides detailed, thorough cleaning for residential and small office facility customers. Our cleaning agents are strong enough to eliminate harmful microorganisms, including H1N1 virus.
After retiring, Army Sergeant Dan Smith traded his fatigues for a fully loaded feather duster and teamed up with his wife to start their own cleaning company. Employing a military-tested attention to detail and a supply of professional-grade products, Dan and his crew of bonded technicians specialize in both one-time and routine residential cleaning projects. Dan always runs a tight ship with a team comprising a deadeye interior painter, two bathroom-cleaning experts, and a 6’8” technician capable of dusting the blades of fans and low-flying airplanes without need of a ladder.
Over the course of 25 years of dry cleaning, the staff at Boston Cleaners has developed an efficient cleaning regime dubbed The 13 Travels of Your Garment. The process begins with a warm welcome, during which the staff enters each item into a computer system before inspecting and sorting each piece. Then, cleaners apply one of 20 stain-removal detergents, clean garments with eco-friendly machines, and steam them to release wrinkles and cook any long-forgotten, pocketed dumplings. Garments are then given a hand finish, inspected one last time, and delivered to their owners in protective packaging.
Pure Elements' licensed cleaning crews exclusively employ all-natural products to keep households safe from harmful ingredients and chemicals. For residential and commercial projects, these eco-friendly potions banish tough dirt and germs from hard-to-reach corners and hard-to-find secret passageways. When these experienced technicians aren't cleaning up before and after parties, they'll scour new homes' every nook and cranny with meticulous move-in and move-out services. If there is a washer and dryer onsite, they can also clean and fold laundry to take more items off household to-do lists.