Our Services in Irondequoit NY
Water Damage Services in Irondequoit NY
When you have a water damage emergency you need professionals who know how to respond and do so at any hour. The team at 5 Star Cleaning and Restoration is standing by 24/7 to respond to your Irondequoit NY emergency needs. Flood damage, broken pipes, sump pump failure, all of these can lead to catastrophic losses in your home. When you have a water damage emergency do not hesitate to call for help immediately.
Stone and Tile Restoration in Irondequoit NY
Have your marble counters lost their original luster? Has your travertine seen better days? Our team at 5 Star Cleaning and Restoration is the premier local choice for all your natural stone, tile and grout cleaning needs. We have been serving the Irondequoit NY area for almost a decade and providing unbeatable marble, terrazzo, travertine and limestone restoration. If you have stone, tile or grout that needs restoration we can help. Call today to schedule your appointment.
Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning in Irondequoit NY
Have unsightly spots on your carpet you can’t get cleaned? We can help. 5 Star has been doing carpet cleaning and upholstery cleaning in the Irondequoit NY area for almost a decade. We have the experience and professionalism to get the job done right the first time. No hidden charges and honest work. Let 5 Star get your Irondequoit NY home clean and ready for company!
Celebrate Irondequoit NY!
Did you know?
In 1687 Marquis de Denonville led an army of French soldiers and Huron warriors on a punitive expedition against the Iroquois through Irondequoit Bay, beginning the long enmity between the Iroquois and the French.
After the American Revolution, this area was part of the Phelps and Gorham Purchase. The Town of Irondequoit was founded in 1839 when it separated from the Town of Brighton.
During the last part of the 19th century the north edge of the town was developed as a tourist and vacation area for the City of Rochester residents, and was once known as the “Coney Island of Western New York.”