EZ Wipeout Service keeps both residential and commercial spaces spotless. Staffers travel to homes for weekly, biweekly, monthly, and one-time housecleanings. They do the same for offices, or arrive daily to maintain ultimate cleanliness. Besides traditional cleaning services, EZ Wipeout Service can also execute landscaping, carpet cleaning, and power washing.
Though new on the scene, the industrious crew behind CGCS has managed to cast a lofty net around a number of cleaning needs. Cleaners arrive at homes or businesses with supplies in hand, ready to tackle dirty windows, granite floors, or a marble likeness of their future selves cleaning. All this they do with a single goal?to help buildings put their best brick forward.
Established in 2000
MTOClean is a professional residential and commercial cleaning company with multiple service components. MTOClean provides its clients with "One-Stop" cleaning and specialty services.
MTOClean, The Personal Touch People, services all of Los Angeles, Orange, and San Bernardino counties.
Conrad's Fine Drycleaners spans the filthy, grimy spectrum of stain-busting services, annihilating unwanted mustard accents, red-wine tints, and other chromatic garment-hikers. De-grimify and dry clean a manly or womanly two-piece suit ($15.85), pair of trousers ($6.85), silk shirt or blouse ($8.50 each), or full coat ($22.95). Launder soiled shirts back into usable fashion currency ($3.25 hanger, $3.75 folded), and press away the casually rumpled look with the hot, crisp lines of ironing or pressing ($1.20?$8.50). Conrad's can take the stresses, woes, and unsightly splotches out of specialty fabrics as well?cashmere sweaters ($11.95) and suedestuffs ($45?$75) can be carefully and punctually dry cleaned.
Greek music reverberates into the open air as the rich smell of roasting lamb entices crowds walking into the annual Pasadena GreekFest in Santa Anita Park. Lined with stalls selling Greek wares and traditional Greek food, the fest celebrates Greek culture with three days of socializing, dancing, and lightening-bolt throwing. When not munching on honey-soaked bites of fried loukoumathes or shish kebabs, families can look at the goods for sale or scale the inflatable equipment in the kids’ fun zone.