Graham, Randall, and Fraser got their start in the specialty cleaning business by working as a teenager on weekends and evenings at Interior Care, their father´s commercial carpet cleaning business in Toronto.

In 1998, the three Linton brothers expanded their business across Canada through the creation of Interior Care National (commercial offices) and ServiceNational, Interior Care´s retail services division.

The Linton family is very committed to community causes for the less fortunate. Graham and Fraser oversee the complimentary specialty cleaning of Ronald McDonald House, New Circles, and Out of the Cold, all in Toronto. Randall is Past President of The Rotary Club of North York; Co-founder and Director of The Sanfilippo Children’s Research Foundation; and a Director of the Canadian MPS Society.

The company has also been a long supporter of the United Way campaign.

Graham Linton

Graham is responsible for some of the Interior Care’s largest corporate accounts, including many of this country’s top law firms and accounting companies. He is also responsible for overseeing the firm’s rapidly growing residential and condominium divisions. Graham proudly serves on the board of CFCRA (Canadian Flooring, Cleaning & Restoration Institute).

Randall Linton

In 1998, Randall created Service National, Interior Care´s national retail services division. It now represents Canada´s largest floor care provider, serving over 1,200 retail stores annually.

Randall is a regular contributor to industry publications and a speaker at trade show conventions. In 2007, he was appointed to the IICRC S-100 Carpet Cleaning Standards Committee to assist in re-writing the Reference Guide.

Randall also cares about his community. In 2004, he was the recipient of the ICS Ralph Bloss Humanitarian Award. Then in 2005, he received the Rotary International’s prestigious Paul Harris Fellowship Award for outstanding community and humanitarian service. Three years later, Randall received the Floorcovering Institute of Ontario´s (FIO) first Humanitarian and Industry Leadership Award.

Fraser Linton

Fraser is responsible for over 80 of Interior Care´s largest corporate accounts, including six of Canada’s top ten law firms. He is also responsible for Interior Care´s entire production team and ensures adherence to Interior Care’s high-performance standards.

Stephen Gregersen

Stephen founded the condominium division at Interior Care ten years ago and has quickly built it up to be one of the leading flood & fire restoration services in Toronto. Stephen and his team now handle some of the city’s top condos. Prior to joining Interior Care, Stephen was involved in the printing industry at a high level position. Today, he is the Vice President and General Manager of Condominium Services, and a very valued addition to the Interior Care family.

Carter Linton

After starting his career at Interior Care in 2014, Carter has explored and gained experience in all aspects of the industry, including labour & trade work, administration, project management and sales. Carter works with commercial construction companies offering Interior Care’s services to maintain jobsites in office space throughout Toronto and the GTA. Carter currently handles some of the company’s larger hospitality accounts including many of Toronto’s most prominent and newest restaurants. Along with this, Carter has led the expansion of the residential division working directly with interior designers and fine finish suppliers in managing numerous construction and interior maintenance projects.

Matthew Linton

Matthew started at Interior Care in the early 2010s. His early work alongside our professional technicians gave him hands-on experience doing construction clean ups, as well as residential and commercial carpet cleaning. Since then, he has gone into sales, and health & safety operations. He now provides facility maintenance services to some of Canada’s largest companies, and ensures that the IICRC standards of the technicians are met.

Connor Linton

Connor started his career at Interior Care in 2014 after graduating from the University of Guelph in Bio-Medical Sciences. However, wanting to satisfy his interest in business, he joined the service team at the company founded by his grandfather. Soon after that, Connor developed a keen interest in Facility Maintenance, specifically Project Management, and within a few years was tasked with managing the company’s National Project Management division. Today, Connor is responsible for working with some of Interior Care’s largest clients, including several Fortune 500 corporations.