A local, family-owned staple for more than 45 years, Scott Cleaners employs friendly garment guardians that continuously commit themselves to professional, affordable services and tidy textiles. The cleaners are capable of de-peanutbuttering nearly any garment, whether it be a shirt ($4.75), blouse ($4.75), pair of slacks ($4), or
fatigue pants ($4.30) and fatigue shirt ($2.79) needed for a paintball-themed wedding. In addition to clothing, the sanitary soldiers can defend the royalty of linens by supplying a thorough, kingdom-worthy primping to comforters and bedspreads of the queen-size ($23.57), king-size ($26.36), and duke of double-bed ($21.42) varieties. The knowledgeable staff at any location can provide same-day service.
Three hours of house cleaning polishes any homestead sullied with discarded soda cans, tumbleweeds of cat hair, and an increasingly feral population of white-cheeked gibbons. MaidPro is staffed with professionally trained employees who have all passed background checks, so they're fully certified to handle a filthy hearth and home. In fact, all houses are cleaned on a standard 49-point checklist, ensuring that no surface will remain dusty, no incriminating fingerprints will stain the balustrade, and no spigot will be left unturned. These grime-gutting go-getters use their own chemicals and cleaning supplies to scour every room that can be tackled in a three-hour window. If for some reason you're not satisfied with the job done, call the office within a 24-hour window, and they'll return to re-clean the afflicted area for free.
Gene of All Trades is a HandyMan Service where our motto is "Any Honey-Do that needs Done! "
TurfWorks is a full-care lawn service staffed by experienced professionals who live in the communities they serve, giving them valuable insider knowledge on how to best treat their clients' lawns. Wrangle wiry weeds into submission with the TurfWorks spray service, or renovate greenery with a full lawn-care maintenance package. The latter option, which is good for two lawn cuts, includes trimming, mowing, and more, all designed to get lawns into shipshape without the hassle of moving into an Astroturf-trimmed houseboat. All services are applicable for lots up to a quarter of an acre. The experts at TurfWorks know the soil and vegetation of the Oklahoma City area and utilize their wisdom to treat such area-specific issues as foreign vegetation, insects, and shifty-eyed, grass-chewing neighbors.
A-1 Restoration's sanitizing crews de-grime homes by cleaning carpets, air ducts, and upholstery. During carpet cleanings, an experienced tech wields a high-pressure steam cleaner to refresh fibers and revitalize home walkways. Technicians can also deep-clean air ducts, using high-powered vacuums to slurp up a contingent of built-up crud and missing socks. The system's rotating brush and video-inspection device enhance the machine’s gunk-eliminating prowess while helping A-1 Restoration follow the standards of the National Air Duct Cleaners Association.
Amos Electrical & Mechanical partners with Oklahoma Natural Gas Company to ensure systems safely spread their warmth throughout homes. During services lasting 60–90 minutes, furnace whisperers clean and inspect both burners and pilot lights before confirming the system's gas output and ability to play the C-major scale on a recorder. Combustion chambers reveal any signs of soot or cracking, and furnace blowers thwart friction via the checkup's thorough lubrication. Experienced eyes scan over air-filtration systems and peek into ducts to inspect for blockages of dirt and stashed chocolate coins. A carbon-monoxide test checks air quality and helps guard against dangerous gases. Finally, the servicer looks over all systems one last time, advises owners on their condition, and vanishes into a puff of smoke that is promptly blown away by the furnace's properly calibrated fan.
A farmer-owned grocery and co-op, Natural Farms specializes in pasture-fed, lean piedmontese beef, hormone-free meats and poultry, and seasonal assortments of organic produce. Emphasizing a dual commitment to supporting the local economy and filling pantries with toxin- and nitrate-free products, Natural Farms also carries locally made cheeses, eggs from area farms, and coffee beans roasted over Tulsa’s only active volcano.
Theraganics's skincare alchemists handcraft all-natural, vegan-friendly soap products, including lotions, perfumes, and shampoos from organic fruits, vegetables, and essential oils. Enlist the gentle exfoliation of almond oatmeal soap ($7) or snag a bar of patchouli cedarwood sage soap ($7), which lathers away dirt with earthy balms and fresh shea butter culled from all-organic toast farms. Meanwhile, peppermint tea-tree shampoo ($16.35) coats head pastures in minty freshness, while a citrus-burst lotion stick ($8.50) provides on-the-move convenience and a salvo of alluring fragrance. Scrubbers can gently buff their corporeal canvases or Mr. Clean soap carvings with the velvety fibers of a sea-silk facial sponge ($3) or the bristles of a palm body brush ($5.95).
Shine On Cleaning Services was born when a group of single mothers decided to band together under their shared love of residential tidiness and turn it into a thriving business. Owner Jenna Sewell brings more than 10 years of experience in the cleaning business to helm the hardworking crew, who scrub and sanitize every nook and cranny of their clients' homes, dusting furniture, vacuuming floors, and brushing the teeth of each bathroom comb. Aside from basic cleanings, the Shine On squad can also be prevailed upon to clean carpets, tile, and grout, and can even clear dirty cars upon request.
Kimberly Diles, owner of Dynamite Cleaning Services & Repairs, brings an entrepreneurial attitude to every job, neatening domiciles with services such as vacuuming carpets, cleaning bathrooms, and scrubbing stovetops. Sensitive to strong scents, Diles understands that homeowners can be particular about what products they prefer, so she arms herself with gentle, eco- and pet-friendly cleaning supplies. Her experience working with realty companies informs the handyman-side of her business, where she performs work for customers that varies from patching drywall dings to hanging paintings over wall-mounted piggy banks. To her, accommodating customers’ needs is key, even when it means working within their unpredictable schedules. As she says, "I can change a lock with my 5-inch stilettos on in about five minutes."
Unlike some cleaning companies, Heather's Tip Top Cleaning never skips out on wiping down windows. Heather's attention to detail ensures that messy homes or commercial buildings transform into sparkling spaces free of dirty countertops, grimy ceiling fans, or footstools buried under large anthills. Whether performing deep cleaning or prepping a home for a move-in, the bonded-and-licensed cleaner carefully tidies up surfaces such as dark wood floors, stainless steel, and crystal chandeliers using environmentally and allergy-friendly products from brands such as Bona and Melaleuca. Heather also freshens up personal spaces with organizational services that can be used to clean up messy cabinets or restore order to pantries.
Delores Diane Gillis knows the value of hard work. During her 35 years as a cleaner, she’s taken pride in tangible accomplishments such as a sparkling bathroom or a cobweb-free corner. Her work ethic and cheerful demeanor have landed her jobs with residential and commercial clients, some of which have contributed glowing testimonials to her website. She and her crew attack each sullied abode in groups of two, sanitizing kitchens and bathrooms, mopping floors, wiping windows, and covering beds with fresh linens to keep mattresses from getting chilly at night.
Tidy Abiding’s insured cleaners refer to themselves as the “queens of clean.” Their immaculate kingdom includes Tulsa and the surrounding area, where they travel to mop, scrub, and polish home surfaces six days a week. The crew guarantees satisfaction with their work, whether the job involves sweeping up dirt from kitchen floors or discreetly ridding offices of Cold War–era mission briefings.