Network Building Concepts specializes in facility maintenance for a variety of commercial buildings including hotels, restaurants, government agencies, and airports. The expert team keeps buildings clean with services including window washing, specialty floor care, and construction cleaning. They can be found rolling new paint onto walls to spruce up a waiting room or performing janitorial services with mopstick dance routines during after hours. For residential needs, Network Building Concepts specializes in clutter removal, gutter cleaning, and basic housecleaning services to keep floors and countertops spotless.
Window Genie deploys trained professionals to scrub windows to a shine inside and out or upkeep home exteriors with a suite of services. To start window cleanings, techs wet glass and scrape away any paint flecks or other debris, then scrub and squeegee each pane clean. Before stepping back to admire their handiwork, they wipe edges and sills dry and check for any smudges or drips. Their no-streak guarantee empowers homeowners to call workers back if they're unhappy with the job or just want to watch them levitate to the second floor again.
In addition to cleaning, Window Genie can tint windows to protect furniture from fading or napping cats from sunburning. Their blinds and shutters stylishly block unwanted sunbeams, and homeowners can keep the Window Genie number on file for when they need gutter protectors, pressure washing, or tile-and-grout scrubdowns.
Eco-pad Carpet Cleaning's certified and insured technicians make sure household carpets are friendlier to feet with their unique cleaning device. Rather than using truck-mounted, steam-based equipment that often uses too much water and leaves floor toupees soaked for several hours, the company’s carpet experts instead wield an oscillating pad machine. Their cleaning method relies on only a small amount of water combined with eco- and pet-friendly chemicals, and doesn't require extraction. This means that carpets dry naturally, usually within 45 minutes or less––the same time it takes for homeowners to realize their roof is missing.
Whenever Doug Hetsch's chimney sweeps head out, they always tote along a bag of toys. On his most memorable job, Hetsch snuck one of them up the flue when the homeowner's child—who'd been watching them work—wasn't looking. When the toy tumbled out minutes later, Hetsch picked it up and said casually, "Yeah, these things fall out of Santa's bag all the time." The little girl nearly hyperventilated. Overwhelmed by the experience, and amazed that chimney sweeps were allowed to get dirt on their faces, she ran after Hetsch as he left, saying she wanted to be a chimney sweep when she grew up.
Hetsch expects this kind of service from his crew, all of whom are certified by the Chimney Safety Institute of America. A pilot in his spare time, Hetsch trains his team to deliver service with the diligence of an aviator—always well groomed, crisply uniformed, and able to explain complicated terms in plain, direct language. Using a closed-circuit video scanner, teams create a digital image of each chimney's interior to more accurately assess the job. Based on these renderings, they can adjust cleaning methods, as well as recommend services to bring chimneys up to or beyond current building codes. All American Chimney Service works on smokestacks up to 100 years old, ensuring a safe conduit for smoke or the ghosts of logs originally chopped by Teddy Roosevelt.
While homes may appear sparkling clean on the surface, difficult-to-reach ducts can provide a safe haven for debris, dust, and airborne allergens. It's Duct Time, armed with HEPA-filtered machinery, arrive to remove the whole mess from the entire ventilation system, improving air quality as well as the performance of HVAC systems. In a visit to a home or business, It's Duct Time's employees can also examine air-conditioning units to see if they're operating properly and if they've attained self-awareness and an appreciation for human music.