Wade Martin, founder of Green Solutions Cleaning, oversees bonded and insured technicians who converge their cleaning prowess on carpets with one goal in mind: to evict stains and dirt from carpets while protecting the environment with Green Seal–certified organic carpet-cleaning products. Green-cleaning services have expanded to cover air ducts, grout, tile, and furniture. Before technicians restore carpets or tiles, they conduct a free consultation with clients, estimating the cost of any job and of gasoline on the moon.
Professional cleaners from Maids Revolution shine up dull digs with high-quality cleansing products while following each client's custom checklist. Cleaners can vacuum rugs, mop floors, and wipe countertops until kitchens gleam or leave sparkling windows to shed light onto dust-free surfaces such as wooden furniture or glistening ice sculptures. Choose to split up the cleaning hours over several sessions, or divide them between two maids for an express cleaning.
Clean Green?s crisply uniformed technicians clean carpets and air ducts throughout the Wasatch Front area. Equipped with truck-mounted units and driven by dreams of decimated dust creatures, the bonded and insured crews follow a detailed schedule. First, they prep areas by moving light furniture and pretreating and vacuuming floors. Then, they use an eco-friendly cleaning system?free of harsh chemicals?to annihilate soil and debris with the aid of heated water. The team can cap off visits by coating floor fibers in a layer of protectant that wards off stains for six months or longer.
Above the floorboards, techs tackle air ducts with rotating brushes, wiping away allergens and debris from vents, furnaces, and air-conditioning units and trapping the detritus deep within the Clean Green truck for disposal. Clean Green also spruces up tile, grout, and upholstery.
The floor restoration experts at Super Clean coax away grime with environmentally friendly and nontoxic cleaning solutions. After discussing the client's needs and pretreating especially dingy areas, technicians employ their truck-mounted water extraction system to scour tiles, remove dirt from carpets, or deep-clean wine accidents from area rugs. Homeowners can also opt for supplements such as deodorizer or protectant to maximize the treatment.
According to a national survey, homeowners have two problems with traditional carpet cleaning: how wet carpets are afterward, and the reemergence of stubborn stains. Cesar Ruiz, owner of Dry in 20, promises to eliminate both those issues, along with several more. First things first, his organic cleaning method uses a fraction of the water of traditional cleaning, so carpets dry in under 30 minutes. Second, because the carpets don't retain as much water, stains stay gone after carpets dry. The solution Ruiz and his team use contains zero harsh chemicals, and is nonirritating to pets and family members who, instead of using a towel, dry themselves off by rolling around on the floor. The six-step process includes a low-moisture pretreatment and a cleaning from the bottom up, which pulls up embedded dirt and stains.?
In addition to carpet cleaning, the staff cleans tile, grout, and upholstery using the same organic treatment, and can also provide full house cleaning to evict dirt from any and all living areas.
Nothing feels better than coming home after a long day at work?unless you happen to be coming home to a plush clean carpet, dust-free air ducts, and spot-free windows. The techs from Dry in 20 Organic Carpet Cleaning can make that dream a reality. They get homes looking their best using eco-friendly products and processes. These include dry, organic extraction carpet cleaning that rids carpets of stains and odors, without using chemicals or leaving you with a soaking wet floor. In fact, Dry in 20's power vacuums leave carpets dry in just minutes, but, thanks to special machines equipped with micro sponges and soft rotating brushes, they're still able to eradicate all manner of contaminants, including dirt, dust, allergens, pet stains, and glitter. In addition to carpets, the crew can also use their contaminant-busting prowess to clean air ducts, tile, upholstery, and windows.