Since 1989, 1-800-GOT-JUNK? has saved more than 1.5 billion pounds of possessions from nearby landfills, earning mentions on Dr. Phil and a starring role on A&E's Hoarders. Respecting customers’ time, the punctual, uniformed crews establish two-hour appointment windows, and make a courtesy call 15–30 minutes before they rappel down from their junk-o-copters. Once onsite, the team quickly clears away 19 types of undesirable items—including everything from old mattresses to scrap metal—from cluttered homes, businesses, and construction sites, loading them into their truck before thoroughly cleaning the vacated area. Once loaded, the bric-a-brac makes its way to recycling centers, donation drops, and safe disposal sites, preventing usable furniture, computer monitors, and perfectly good banana costumes from languishing in landfills.
Carpet Green Clean's technicians purify carpets with an eco-friendly, completely dry deep-cleaning process. After an initial vacuuming and a pre-spray treatment to prep any heavy stains, they sow their special cleaning compound—a biodegradable, organic, and nontoxic mixture that poses a threat to none, save the dust, dirt, and soaps running amuck in your carpet. Next, they break out a special machine that drives the compound down through all nine levels of carpet, then sucks it back up right along with the grime, rendering underfoot areas clean without drying time or soapy residue. Carpet Green Clean's cleaners aren't limited to the world of carpets—they also strike out bravely into the land of tile, grout, upholstery, air ducts, and dryer vents, cleaning equipment in hand.
RoadRunner Carpet Care has cleansed and fluffed carpets with state-of-the-art steam machines for more than a decade. The company's equipment has been tested and approved by the Carpet and Rug Institute for high rates of soil and water removal and low fiber damage. In addition to wearing this badge of quality, each device undergoes regular maintenance to ensure efficient, reliable operation. The technicians who wield the cleaning implements are well versed in several odor- and stain-removal techniques and also perform low-moisture upholstery cleanings for natural, synthetic, or papier-mâché furniture. In case of flooding, RoadRunner offers 24-hour emergency services to extract the excess moisture, restore water-damaged carpets, and prevent the growth of mold and toxins.
Since 1989, the staff of Zephyr Clean Air has helped maintain clean air and efficient venting systems in residential homes and commercial businesses. Through complimentary home evaluations, the technicians identify individual heating and cooling issues before dreaming up solutions to eliminate pollutants and conserve energy. With special equipment such as germicidal UV lights, electrostatic filters, and HEPA-filter negative-airflow machines, Zephyr develops maintenance plans to suit the needs of each system. In addition, the company puts homeowners at ease with a 60-day guarantee on labor, parts, and slow-cooker recipes.
Since 1998, the uniformed technicians at Looking Glass Window Cleaning have meticulously cleaned interior and exterior panes in residences and commercial spaces across the Las Vegas Valley. They scale buildings of up to three stories, removing dirt, hard-water stains, and dullness caused by desert dust and strong winds. The crew also offers a 48-hour guarantee in case of rain, and can design, install, remove, and even pack away holiday lights. While working indoors, they wear booties so they don’t leave tracks on floors or passed-out party guests.
Founded by an ex-firefighter, Window Bright's team of trained professionals saves homeowners from the dangerous heights of multistoried window cleaning. The uniformed experts begin by climbing ladders to remove window screens, which they soak and spray on driveways or streets to protect lawns from grime. As screens dry in the sun, staffers give glass a streak-free shine that?s safeguarded with 48-hour rain insurance. They also perform other elevated tasks, such as high-reach dusting, changing smoke-detector batteries, and restoring sparkle to chandeliers or the glass eye of larger-than-life Abe Lincoln statues.