With a rich history dating back to 1886, Sears is a recognizable and celebrated institution that furnishes families with home decor, clothing, and appliances. Sears Home Services furthers the company's resolve to exceed the expectations of its customers, sending professionals to abodes to gussy up carpets, clean tile and grout, and rid air ducts of dust, pollen, dander, and stashed Sears Roebuck catalogs from 1956. The establishment also boasts weekend appointment options, free cleaning estimates, and carpet protectors designed to shield floor coverings from stains.
When it comes to cleaning carpets, the highly trained technicians of North Bay Affordable Carpet Care favor hot-water extraction—a powerful steam-cleaning method that effectively removes stains and dries in less than 12 hours. They journey to households throughout the North Bay, cleaning carpets and upholstery while paying special attention to valuable textiles, such as couches made from delicate fabric or rugs sewn from unicorn tails. In addition to carpet cleaning, the versatile technicians extend their expertise to a variety of handyman services, including tile and grout cleaning and water-damage repair.
With only a portable cleaning system and a set of buckets, father-and-son team Paul and Tim Casson began their carpet-care business, eventually partnering with two close friends and later, their daughter and sister Tiffany Casson. Today, Tiffany Casson is the primary shareholder, and Casson & Son Carpet Care is still owned by the Casson clan, even after weathering some difficult times. All five of the current owners and operators proudly clean carpets themselves and interact with homeowners one-on-one while expunging dirt from weathered floor coverings with powerful truck-mounted steam systems, mild detergents, and residue-eliminating rinse. The company, which is certified by The Clean Trust, uses only products that are safe for use around pets and children.
The aptly named Preserve Public House seems to preserve a simpler time beneath its open-beam ceiling, among its rustic pieces of furniture, and within its exposed-brick walls. Using local ingredients whenever possible, Preserve’s chefs celebrate the artistry of cuisine with sandwiches such as the slow-smoked brisket sandwich with garlic aioli, barbecue sauce, and caramelized onions on an acme bun. Like the Easter Bunny’s bathtub, the eatery’s taps flow with a rotating sample of 21 microbrews and keg wines from breweries such as Lagunitas, Rogue Brewery, and Stone Brewing Company. Preserve Public House also hosts regular events such as local crop swaps, and beer celebrations in their bread-truck-turned-beer-garden.
First Class Carpet Cleaning's technicians understand that different types of carpet require different cleaning methods. That's why they offer multiple forms of carpet cleaning, and knowledgeable techs determine which method is most appropriate based on the types of carpet each client has.
Most carpets are fine with a hot-water-extraction cleaning, but more delicate or older carpets call for dry cleaning, and others call for dry compound cleaning. Regardless of what type the technicians decide is best, they use eco-friendly products and truck-mounted technology, removing debris and lost socks deeply embedded in carpet fibers. The technicians clean upholstery, rugs, and air ducts as well.
Carpet Green Clean’s trained technicians use environmentally friendly solutions. These solutions won’t harm humans or pets, but they don’t have the same sensitivity toward stains and debris. Combined, the state-of-the-art equipment and cleaning solutions––operated by licensed and insured technicians––service carpeting in homes, office buildings, and restaurants to make floors look fresh and feel better about being constantly walked on. Technicians also clean rugs, upholstery, and curtains with the same attention to detail and consideration for the safety of the home as well as those who dwell there.