Though deep cleaning carpets with powerful, nontoxic steam is Carpet Transformers’ mainstay, its crew of cleaners can do much, much more. They can restore upholstery to like-new condition with various techniques, including hot-water extraction. And outside the realm of cleaning, they can repair or restretch carpet and reverse the effects of water damage.
KB Cleaning Services, Inc. uses a low-spray carbonation cleaner to zap stains from carpets. This procedure is nontoxic—thus safe for children and pets—and uses minimal moisture, meaning the carpets will be cleaned and dry in one to two hours. KB’s services also include housecleaning, window cleaning, and furniture and rug cleaning.
When the technicians at Best Carpet & Floor Care finish a job, all that's left behind is a perfectly clean carpet. Their nontoxic, biodegradable cleaning products merge with commercial steam-cleaning equipment to safely extract stains, soils, bacteria, and leftover detergents from previous carpet cleanings. As a result, they avoid filling up rooms with the noxious fumes of other produces while reducing their footprint on the environment.
The technicians at Atlanta Carpet & Air Duct Cleaning use truck-mounted steam cleaners and nontoxic solutions to keep homes spotless without compromising the residents' health. Certified technicians can renew wall-to-wall carpets with a two-step process in which they inject a warm cleaning solution into the carpet and then immediately extracting both the solution and grime with a wet vacuum. Their 10-millimeter hose can clean out hard-to-reach places including corners or the cashmere drapes in your dollhouse. The technicians can also improve homes' safety and air quality by thoroughly vacuuming air ducts and unclogging clothes dryer vents.
The technicians at Hi Tech Carpet & Air Duct Cleaning enlist the help of advanced industrial equipment to cleanse carpets, air ducts, upholstery, area rugs, and dryer vents. Hot-water-extraction systems one-up traditional vacuums by sanitizing carpets and freshening their appearance. Vacuum-equipped Rotobrush systems travel throughout interior ductwork, simultaneously dislodging and containing built-up contaminants. Like superheroes who have lost their capes, the technicians travel in trucks to sites of flood and fire. There, they carry out emergency services such as wood-floor drying and sewage cleanup.