With advanced cleaning systems for carpet, upholstery, and air ducts, the certified specialists at Indoor Air Of America aim to remove household hazards that would otherwise go unseen. Microscopic issues such as dust mites or bacteria spores can dwell deep in carpet fibers or ductwork and present several health risks when agitated. Through hot-water extraction methods, the specialists kill bacteria with high-temperature jets of water while removing them with powerful vacuums. Meanwhile, roto-scraper duct-cleansing methods simultaneously loosen and vacuum particles hiding in temperature tunnels to reduce the risk of respiratory issues or getting spy suits dusty.
Having restored more than 30,000 surfaces in the past 20 years, Done Rite Carpet Care expertly removes obstinate stains and smudges from walkable exteriors. Depending on the condition of the surface, the team offers three levels of cleaning service—maintenance, corrective, and restorative, including a possible bonus level if you've stolen your carpet from an insolent Pokémon. For tile jobs, a scrub of powerful cleaning agents works to dissolve the dirt and grime on the grout and stone until subsequently being whisked away by steamy jets of water. After the tiles dry, a sealant application helps prevent water from penetrating the floor to cause staining or unwanted blooper reels. Carpets receive equal attention to detail with extra care taken to not leave behind any unwanted soapy residue, ensuring the carpet stays soft and stain free; heavily soiled areas may require an additional cleaning fee.
Sometimes you just can't fight the urge to blow a globe of dandelion seeds inside the house. These tiny, parachuting seeds may be so pleasing to the eye for the way they defy gravy and refract light from the TV, but—like the moon and most other things of great beauty—they have a dark side. They are truly classified as pieces of floating dust and detritus that can end up floating into an air-circulation return, or worse, sticking to your clothes with a one-way ticket to a hellish dryer vent.
And that's where the licensed and bonded technicians of Fresh Air Duct Services come in. They apply their extensive expertise while clearing out air ducts and checking up on HVAC systems, all the while evicting the dust, allergens, and other contaminants that drag down your indoor air quality and pump up your cooling and heating bills. And don't neglect those dryer vents, because the very heat that makes your freshly washed towels fun to snuggle up in can also start fires if the wrong trash gets plugged up in there. And when the crew from Fresh Air Duct Services comes a'knockin', be sure to ask them about installing electrostatic filters and germicidal UV lamps that can very well preempt future breathing crises and sneezing fits. Gesundheit!
At General Air Care Pro, technicians nurture their talent for ousting invaders from indoor atmospheres, even those invisible to the naked eye. They stave off allergies and illness primarily by cleaning heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems. If left untamed, these spaces can breed fungi, bacteria, viruses, and a thick dust layer that ruins the acoustics of in-vent garage bands. After scouring HVAC components from coils to gaskets, technicians can swap out disposable filters for new electrostatic air filters, permanent fixtures that lure filth to its doom using static electricity. Alternatively, they may mount UV-light air-filtration systems, which obliterate microorganisms with ultraviolet rays, in the mouths of existing air ducts. As qualified asbestos removers, they safely rid homes of the noxious substance and replace it with modern insulation.
The trained technicians at Aire Serv inspect commercial and residential heating and air-conditioning systems to prevent dangerous leaks, optimize energy efficiency, and lower utility bills. The staff's thorough safety inspections root out carbon monoxide, gas, and Freon leaks and replace the monotonous hum of air conditioners with melodic autotuned hooks. Air-duct cleanings and air-filter replacements for AC units improve homes' air quality and temperature-control capabilities.