With a bachelor's degree in business administration in one hand and an MBA in the other, ANR owner Amy O'Brien knows a thing or two about running a successful business. It takes a well-trained and hard-working crew, for one, and ANR's cleaners have earned a reputation for their attention to detail, whether they're erasing grime from around the base of a toilet or crawling under sofas to catch dust bunnies where they roam. Whether her crews are cleaning carpets, laundering linens, or cleaning large offices, Amy backs all daily, weekly, and monthly services with a 100% satisfaction guarantee, and vows never to ask her customers to sign a contract or her high-school yearbook prior to service.
Dirt Busters House Cleaning’s bonded and insured cleaners use biodegradable, nontoxic products to do as their name suggests. During one-time visits, they’ll move from the top of the refrigerator to the depths of the carpeting, and from the kitchen counters to the bathroom cabinets, to collect and dispose of dirt. They also offer scheduled cleanings, during which they alternate between appliances and fixtures to make sure that every surface, ceiling fan, and doll’s bald spot is shiny and clean.
New Look Cleaning’s troop of insured and bonded cleaning techs descends upon homes armed with truck-mounted carpet cleaners, air-duct vacuums, and pressurized water blasters for house exteriors. In addition to keeping houses fresh and dust-free, the cleaners mark off healthy-home checklists, inspecting living spaces and informing residents of how frequently they should clean to keep the air safely breathable and nonsentient. Once they check out houses for dust colonies, they get to work scrubbing away at windowpanes, screens, and floor tiles, or dismantling window blinds to wash each slat individually at their facility.
Signature service: Carpet, tile and grout cleaning
Staff Size: 11?25 people
Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
Pro Tip: Professional, courteous and knowledgable staff and technicians.
Owner and founder of Sweettouch, Michael Sweet ensures each square inch of fabric his company cleans bears the signature look of his Sweettouch Method. Technicians adhere to this stringent, seven-step process to expunge grime from walkways, beginning with a carpet analysis and a pretreatment before loosening stains and unleashing 400–900 pounds of Prochem steam pressure on unsuspecting fibers. To cap the carpet makeover, a spot treatment depletes tough stains, and a specially formulated solution helps to reduce carpets’ attraction to dirt particles and the occult. Sweettouch also helps homeowners prep for an approaching move with top to bottom move-in and move-out cleanings.
Owner James Wilburn is onsite for every window cleaning his technicians tackle, ensuring that dirt and dust vanish through Cactus's seven-step cleaning process. Cleaning screens and exposed tracks, courteous technicians wield streak-free cleaning products as they eradicate dust, dirt, and imperfections from each shimmering piece of compressed sand. Staff members wear shoe covers every time they enter the home, and utilize drop towels to protect floors from damage and amateur gymnasts from floors. Staff members can also clean sun screens and shower doors, as well as shiny indoor surfaces, such as mirrors, light fixtures, and chandeliers.