Clean & Green Cleaning Service's roving band of dirt demolishers launches crusades against household grime with earth-friendly products and methods. With up to three hours of cleaning, a hawkeyed maid scans surfaces for accumulating filth, dusting fixtures, vacuuming floors, and carefully polishing chrome busts of Darth Vader. A spritz of natural, nontoxic solutions gussies up kitchen sinks, appliances, and ovens while sanitizing showers and bathtubs. Thorough cobweb removal evicts spiders from the house, forcing them to seek part-time employment as spooky carnival-attraction actors.
For more than half a century, the factory-trained, licensed, and insured contractors at Exteriors of CT, LLC have plugged up leaky roofs, installed windows, and hung siding at buildings throughout Connecticut. Concentrating on residential work, the team keeps homes dry and cozy with products by top brands such as Owens Corning. In addition to roofing, Exteriors of CT, LLC can also add living space to houses with a sunroom, and provide free estimates for any services during their inspections.
The Cleaning King's experienced, certified, and insured scourers tackle large-scale cleaning projects with eco-friendly supplies, maintaining dwellings and freshening interior atmospheres. During a one- to two-hour carpet cleaning, grime detectives hunt down dirt, dust, dandelion collections, and other allergens from hoarding rugs, preventing the growth of mold in unkempt carpets before strategically applied hot water sanitizes rugs, destroying bacteria. Regular carpet cleanings, like regular mustache groomings, maintain clean edges and make fibers safer for babies to snuggle on. Excellent for clearing air of allergens, especially in older buildings, air-duct cleaning abrades heat and air highways. During the four- to five-hour service, duct cleaning eviscerates dust and mold, sending it back to the phantom zone, where it's rendered incapable of stalking around bedrooms and kitchens, causing breathing difficulties, or ruining dinner parties with bawdy jokes.
To say that Renewal by Andersen has high standards for its window installers might be an understatement. For the chance to even apply for the position, an installer must have replaced at least 5,000 windows. And when this prospective technician is considered for employment, there's still only a one in three chance he or she will even be hired. Once they finally make the cut, that lucky third of installers are EPA certified in lead safety, and they refresh their skills with another 40 training hours each year.
When homeowners put out their broken-or-ugly-window distress signal, the technicians respond with a varied selection of window and door options. They do so swiftly—each Andersen crew averages 1,000 replacements per year. And the installers' meticulous nature and attention to detail don't end when they pop in that final pane. After they've replaced the window, they clean up with an industrial vacuum estimated to be 47% more efficient than a typical home vac. Only when a homeowner goes through a 10-point inspection checklist with the team leader, and signs off on the cleanup, does Andersen consider its job done.
Windows are the first surface to show exterior grime on a house, whether from an accumulation of water marks or from the fingerprints of passing down-on-their-luck family men. For more than 25 years, Sparkle Window Cleaning's Andrew Minicozzi has wiped away such glass-marring stains, specializing in one- and two-story homes and storefronts. With squeegees and buckets of environmentally friendly cleaner in hand, Andrew ascends his ladder to strike away dirt from windows and screens. With scrapers and scrubbing pads, he also removes stubborn crud such as paint, glue, and tape.
Mike Merrick launched Fish Window Cleaning 36 years ago after leaving his secure job as a banker to launch his own business. He founded Fish Window Cleaning in 1978, soon assembling a staff of uniformed and punctual technicians and, 16 years ago, establishing a network of franchises in 42 states.
Longtime Danbury residents Bob and Lisa Tilzer own Fish?s Danbury location, managing a skilled window-cleaning team that specializes in both homes and businesses. Their fully insured techs draft free estimates and craft custom service plans for customers, and the company also offers a menu of services that includes cleaning mirrors and gutters, replacing the lights on chandeliers, and making awnings spotless after slapstick comedians use them to exit buildings.