Wielding pet-safe and eco-friendly products, the crews at Complete Steam Clean render carpets and upholstery free of odour, dirt, hair, and insects. They also put their vehicle-mounted steam-cleaning systems to use in restoring tiles to their original lustre and ousting filth from grout.
Go Green Carpet Cleaning was founded in 2008 with a singular goal—to clean carpets and upholstery with plant-based products that evict dirt without exhaling chemical fumes. Since then, the environmentally amicable company has expanded its green cleaning services to also cover tile and grout scrubbing as well as maid and janitorial services. Consistently employing products that either meet or exceed both EPA and LEED guidelines, Go Green strives to maintain a healthy relationship with Mother Nature by vacuuming dead leaves off her rec-room couch for free.
The experts at Nigosian Rug Company, which opened its doors more than 40 years ago, maintain quality floor décor with skillful repair, cleaning, and appraisal services. In the store, technicians stitch, patch, and weave worn rugs, saving floors the embarrassment of donning ill-fitting toupees (a $50 minimum). Customers can also drop rugs off at Nigosian Rug Company and let the store's resident pile prodigies scrub away grunge and stains (a $50 minimum). Expert appraisers inspect floor coverings to determine their values (a $75 minimum), deftly distinguishing between antique oriental rugs and week-old tortillas that fell under the dinner table.
North Pointe Cleaners' dry cleaning doyens, who have keen eyes for garment labels spouting cleaning specifications, have domesticated a state-of-the-art 65-pound dry-cleaning machine designed to refurbish weatherworn wardrobes. Like the world’s largest tilt-o-whirl laundry rack, North Pointe Cleaners can handle a wide spectrum of garments ranging from skirts ($5.99 each) and pants ($5.95 each) to sweaters ($5.95 each) and evening gowns ($19.95+). Enlist these friendly staffers to expunge last winter’s smudgy fingerprints from coats ($11.95+) or restore sport jackets ($6.95 each) and two-piece suits ($11.95 each) to a dapper state after executive-level food fights at the office.