Customers can be reunited with their beloved garments the same day if they drop them off at Chicago's Discount Dry Cleaner or Kenny the Kleener in the morning on Monday–Saturday. The staff responsible for this quick turnaround has been at it since 1981, dry-cleaning delicate fabrics and laundering more resilient clothing such as knit shirts or hats that double as tea cozies. Besides cleaning clothes, they can alter garments to better fit customers' silhouettes and preserve wedding gowns.
Lakeview Cleaners & Mike's Cleaners partner up to thoroughly scour and press garments onsite. Their clothes-minded staffers take pride in paying attention to detail: every item gets a careful spot cleaning, and they can even launder specialty items such as wedding dresses or space suits. Optional same-day service quickly reunites items and owners before they’re forced to spend a night apart.
Molly Maid's dependable and trustworthy grime-gunners are armed with their own professional cleaning products and a grudge against dust. Though many cleaners leave behind the antiseptic scent of bleach and artificial pine, the Molly Maid team uses cleaning products that won't harm your family, your pets, your family's family of pets, or your pet family. These gentle yet effective products will get surfaces sparkly clean without damaging furniture finishes or utility surfaces.
The skilled, insured technicians of GreenAirCare favor eco-friendly methods and products when cleaning and reconditioning homes' heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems. During duct cleaning, for example, crews cut down on harmful particles by using a HEPA-filtered negative-pressure vacuum system that draws out built-up debris through the air vents. With cleaner ducts, homes harbor less dust, mold, poltergeists, and other health hazards. Dryer-vent cleanings similarly improve home health by minimizing fire risk as a rotary brush spins at more than 500 RPM to clear away lint, animal hair, and flame-tempting fibers. GreenAirCare's technicians also cleanse home air by supplying clients with products such as electrostatic filters and UVC germicidal air purifiers.
People spend the majority of their days indoors, according to staff at Illinois Indoor Air Quality and Beyond, so it works to improve the air its clients breathe. By ousting the debris that's settled in air ducts, the technicians remove what can trigger respiratory issues such as allergies and animal-hair inhalation. They also can fit homes with equipment to make air even cleaner such as electrostatic filters to catch allergens and disinfectants to kill airborne microorganisms.
Forty pounds. That's how much dust the EPA reports the average home produces every year. The technicians at American Duct Pros don't want these pollutants to wind up in your lungs or clog your dryer vents. That's why they deploy powerful suction equipment to clear dust and debris from residential and commercial air ducts while installing filters to trap dust before it can tantalize any unsuspecting nostrils. The team also keeps homes safe from fires by ridding dryer vents of heat-trapping lint.