Antoine's Cleaning Service, LLC, screens all of its employees before sending them out to transform dirty kitchens, living rooms, bathrooms, and offices into sparkling-clean spaces. The cleaners home in on smudges, spots, and piles of dust on every surface, scrubbing each one into pristine condition.
Grand America Painting’s skilled painters glide brushstrokes over outmoded walls, doors, and ceilings, transforming dull domiciles into homey hotspots with fresh, even coats of color. After shielding surrounding glass and trim with protective materials, the assiduous staffers unleash their painting expertise onto home interiors and exteriors using paints provided by the client. The coats of paint applied by America Painting’s staff can infuse rooms with bright, strong hues that make social gatherings appear less like penitentiary visits. To bolster and further beautify dwellings, staffers can also power-wash and mend busted drywall.
Absolute Clean St. Louis's team of veteran vent and furnace experts purges dusty household ducts and walkways with thorough inspections and cleanings. Toting cutting-edge equipment and powerful solutions, the techs oust household grime, dust mites, and odors using deep-clean extraction techniques designed to yield long-lasting results. They also inspect vents, furnaces, and fireplaces to ensure safe operation, and sweep chimneys clean to accommodate airflow and dedicated UPS deliverymen. When not cleansing the house's inner systems, technicians turn their eye toward the microscopic, restoring contaminated water and inspecting darkened areas for mold buildup.
In just one hour after a cleaning by Oxi Fresh of St. Louis, kids and pets can go back to playing on the carpet. This is because the low-moisture system dries quickly and leaves no harmful residue, unlike some traditional cleaning procedures that include. The eco-friendly Oxi Fresh system scrubs stains upward, instead of pushing them into the carpet, where they're broken up by an oxygenated booster.
Begun in 1985 as a strictly volunteer-based project of the St. Louis Mennonite Fellowship, Plowsharing Crafts grew over the years into a thriving nonprofit with two locations and an expansive inventory of eclectic wares from around the globe. The staff is committed to selling fair-trade art and handcrafts in order to provide much needed income and nurture the businesses of artisans, 70% of whom are women, from more than 45 developing countries around the world. The selection of items ranges from housewares to jewelry and beyond, many of which are made with sustainable and recycled materials or from food grown with sustainable methods.