United States Marine Corps veteran Michael Fouche scratched a long-standing entrepreneurial itch when he launched the Charleston branch of You've Got Maids. Now, his housekeeping team—all graduates from the company’s training program—scour dirty domiciles using the Green Clean regimen. HEPA-filtered vacuums suck up allergy-inducing particles and evidence of fugitive sand sculptors, and microfiber cloths wipe away gunk from all manner of surfaces.
While most cleaning companies are content to leave floors clean enough to eat off of, the team from L & S Maid Service strives to leave them safe to eat off of as well. These cleaners wipe away dust with microfiber cloths, polish surfaces with Green Seal?certified products, and use HEPA-filter vacuums to clean up after the kids leave a trail of breadcrumbs to remember how to get to the kitchen. They use green cleaning techniques not only during new baby cleaning services, but also during regular house and commercial cleaning sessions. In addition, L & S Maid Service's staff can clean carpets and straighten up messes after construction projects or parties.
Resume Not Required’s specialists know firsthand the stresses that come from seeking or filling a job. They know the frustration of sending out countless resumes, networking, and receiving little to no feedback from potential employers. To combat these frustrations, they developed Resume Not Required’s agent-like approach to job searching. They act as an invested party for their clients, helping them identify ideal jobs but also showing employers how hiring their client will benefit everyone involved. First, they help clients showcase their skills beyond just drafting up a paper resume, they also teach them how to interact with potential employers. Next, they seek out opportunities that match their client’s skillset, and strive to get them interviews. Finally, if the employer decides to hire the client, Resume Not Required will help negotiate pay and benefits, from health insurance and vision protection to 401K options and access to the company’s rooftop roller coaster.
Maid to Please’s staff of experienced cleaners undergo extensive training before tackling domestic grime, working from cleaning checklists informed by patron preferences outlined via an online appointment scheduler. Wielding eco-friendly supplies upon request, cleaners infiltrate abodes to de-filth furniture and decorative trinkets, vacuum and mop grunge clinging to carpets and floors, and snag cobwebs from corners. Staffers lavish extra attention on bathrooms, bombarding tubs and toilets with purifying products before buffing sinks and mirrors so they gleam brighter than a freshly waxed diamond ring. Dust scuttles from kitchen counters while dirt destroyers haul cloths across stoves, sinks, appliance exteriors, and microwave interiors.
United Air Temp began servicing heating and cooling systems in 1931. Since then, the company has installed more than 55,000 systems and continues to service more than 60,000 clients. An expert staff is responsible for racking up these impressive numbers. The skilled technicians can troubleshoot problems with nearly any type of hot water boiler, gas-fired furnace, or heat pump.
Throughout the course of her 15-year career in education, Sia Knight has worn many hats. As a former teacher, counselor, administrator, and educational specialist for one of the largest school divisions in the nation, she possesses a deep understanding of the educational system, which she shares with students as The College Savvy Coach. Sia works with children in high school and middle school, devising action plans, sharing test-taking strategies, and recommending classes to set students on the path to enrolling in college. Beyond her college-prep services, Sia helps kids develop time-management skills and other habits to help them in school, and she leads group sessions to educate parents about how they can assist their child's college search and what to do with all the extra space in their home after moving all the kids' toys into long-term storage.