Owner of Flatirons Carpet and Hardwood Cleaning
A Boulder native, Mike Finnesy opened his first business in 1988, “Lawns of Boulder” which grew successfully for 10 years until he sold it in 2000 and took a long deserved break. Later that year, Mike began his new business ventures…”Your Sprinkler Guy” & in 2008 he started “Flatirons Carpet & Hardwood Cleaning”
With a lifetime of experience in the lawn care industry, Mike provides well-informed irrigation solutions to help his clients make the most out of Boulder’s dry climate with the most cost effective and efficient equipment available.
During the slow season, Mike continued his education in carpet and upholstery care and cleaning and in 2007 Mike received his certification as a IICRC. Flatiron Carpet and Hardwood continues to practice Mike’s philosophy by using state of the art equipment and green environmental products.
Mike’s values can be traced back to his teens. An Eagle Scout by 16, Mike received the 1st
“Distinguished Scout of Boulder Award” in 1983 for his integrity, leadership, and contributions to the Boulder community.
The values Mike attained from scouting are still a major part of his life, where he continues to contribute and donate his time to various charities and causes that serve the Boulder community.
Anyone who has ever worked with Mike will tell you that he is a man of his word, a man of integrity, and a man that you want to be friends with.
Read what Mike’s peers have said about Flatirons Carpet an Hardwood and Your Sprinkler Guy in the Testimonials page.
Becky Shultz studied business management at Barnes Business College in Denver, Colorado. She learned about the importance of establishing a relationship with customers early on and her management experience allows Mike to enjoy the benefits of being self employed. Compliments of her organizational skills, Flatiron Carpet and Hardwood Cleaning ensures an on-time guarantee.
Local Charities We Support
Lights for Life Inc
Lights for Life is a Non-Profit public charity helping children with Cancer by recycling old & broken holiday light strings and other items that contain copper.
The Inn Between (Inn)
Our Mission: To provide transitional housing and services for diverse homeless individuals and families to help them achieve self-sufficiency.
The Inn Between (Inn) is a transitional housing program that was started by a collaboration of 23 agencies in 1993 and operated for six years under a parent agency. After the closing of that agency, the Inn was granted its 501(c)(3) status in February 1999. On January 20, 2000 the Inn purchased the historic Great Western Hotel building located at 250 Kimbark.
step 13, in Denver Colorado, is one of the most effective programs that deals with street people or the homeless, the most complicated segment of the down and out.