The chimney specialists at Detroit City Sweep unclog flues of soot and other buildup that might be preventing proper ventilation and posing a safety risk. After laying down a protective barrier to prevent damage to carpeting or interior surfaces, the sweep sets about brushing the chimney from top to bottom. Over the course of the visit, which can last up to 45 minutes, he also performs a 26-point safety inspection and, once finished, informs the homeowner when the fireplace is again safe for use. In keeping with the unclogging theme, the team also performs dryer vent cleanings and gutter cleaning, wherein they remove sticks, leaves, and other detritus from the gutter so that rainwater might run off unimpeded. Detroit City Sweep also offers masonry repair services.
Complete Home Services keeps homes looking clean year-round with a variety of services. The team can pressure-wash home exteriors, clean vinyl siding, and remove dirt, dust, mold, and algae from homes to extend their lives and increase their market value.
Smokestack Sweep's licensed and insured staff members know their way around a chimney. Their repair and maintenance services cover everything from waterproofing to animal eviction, as well as chimney cleaning. In order to help prevent fires, they remove flammable substances such as creosote from wood-burning chimneys and soot from gas-burning chimneys.
In-Home Window Cleaning’s technicians tidy up home surfaces, freeing windows, gutters, and exteriors from grime and debris. Window cleaners wash glass panes until they’re sparkling and transparent, and gutters choked with leaves, tree limbs, and dams built by industrial squirrels channel water easily after cleaners unclog downspouts and conduct small gutter repairs. They can also power-wash exterior surfaces and scour roofs with specialized systems.
The certified coaches at Oakland Country CrossFit draw from a diverse range of disciplines and backgrounds to motivate and push their students to higher levels of fitness. Students work their bodies with a wide range of programs, including traditional yoga, CrossFit classes, Olympic lifting, and personal training. At the 7,000 square-foot gym, students won't find treadmills or step-machines, but they might notice free-weights, tractor tires, and 2,000 square feet of astroturf. CrossFit students build muscles with a high-intensity regimen of scalable exercises, shattering their limitations and goals with calisthentics, kettlebells, gymnastics, and metabolic conditioning.