In the fall of 1992, John and Holly Hill opened their store’s door in an office space that wasn’t much bigger than a garage. They sold carpet cleaning equipment and janitorial supplies from one supplier. John and Holly set to work on learning their business with their three young children often involved on Saturdays helping out. As the years passed, John persistently strove to provide the best equipment and products available and to broaden their product line. Customers began to recognize that John and Holly’s goal was to serve them by providing quality equipment and products and to build a trusted relationship.
In 2006, the highly skilled technician, Chris Pond, joined the Cleaner’s Depot, as its Service Director. He now heads up a well-trained and knowledgeable crew. They specialize in maintaining, repairing and installing customer’s equipment with the mark of excellence and reliability.
The Cleaner’s Depot product line has continued to grow and features not only carpet cleaning equipment, which includes high performance truck-mounted equipment for carpet and upholstery cleaning, but also state-of- the art equipment and supplies for fire and water restoration. Also on hand for customers is hard wood care equipment and a full line of janitorial supplies. Regularly offered mold and remediation classes and various certification classes are conveniently conducted right in the store.
The Cleaner’s Depot has out-grown two locations and has acquired a staff of individuals that are extremely qualified to provide the quality equipment and products and caring service customers have grown accustomed to. After 23 years, it remains a family owned and operated business. The care they have for their customer’s success is the heartbeat of the business.
But this story is only complete by mentioning from day one, displayed on their showroom wall, was the secret to their success…the truth stated in Psalm 1:3:
“And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.”