Welcome home to BETTER LIFE MAIDS. We are a professional green house cleaning company dedicated to making the lives of our clients safer, greener and of course, cleaner. Better Life Maids is a house cleaning service you can count on. Get to know us. We look forward to getting to know you.
Owner Richard Moore purges dirt, dust, and contaminants from the home's soft and hidden surfaces. Technicians take aim at air ducts with an initial inspection and vigorous scouring of vents, returns, and blower units. Newly unclogged vents can increase energy efficiency, ensuring optimal heating in winter months and optimal cooling during living-room hot-dog roasts. The staff also revives ragged carpets with steam-cleaning, dry-foam, and deodorizing treatments. Dryer vents, furnace flues, and mattresses also undergo cleanings from crews, who are available to take orders 24 hours a day.
Midwest Carpet Cleaning is a family-owned and family-operated business that has been upholding the St. Louis area’s upholstery and carpets since 1982. Their cleaning services involve a two-step process, starting with the application of a safe cleaning agent, followed by deep hot-water extraction that blasts away soil, dirt, dust mites, and allergens. Midwest also performs pre-service spot treatments to totally annihilate pesky spill stains, pet odors, and strawberry-jam yuckies. All services are generated from an outdoor truck-mounted unit, preventing dirty air and humidity from being re-circulated in homes or offices. Carpet cleaning starts at $30 per room up to 250 square feet, and upholstery services start at $59.99 per couch and $49.99 per loveseat. People with larger houses or more dust to bust may combine up to two Groupons. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
The Tile Shop—as the name coyly suggests—specializes in tile for every imaginable surface and aesthetic style, making it easy for DIY handypeople to tackle small home projects, such as modernizing an avocado-green and penicillin-pink bathroom floor or re-grouting a small garden grotto. Underscore a kitchen with the appetizing orange of pirita siena ceramic tiles ($2.19 per square foot), then trim the counters in lizett beige ($3.99 each) for a complementary finish. Pick up a honeycomb pattern of hex matte black ($5.29 per square foot)—the quintessential backsplash for a gothy bumblebee—or add a touch of character to a small surface with a deep green verde butterfly mosaic ($11.99 per square foot). With its enormous selection of floor tiles, wall tiles, mosaics, and natural stone, the possibilities are as endless as a drive across Nebraska. The Tile Shop also has a plentiful selection of grout and tools for grouting it all together while grinning groutishly.
Floor Trader's friendly flooring consultants assist DIY home-makeover mavens and hands-off designing denizens alike in sorting through a wide selection of brand-name terra toppings, including products from Tigressa, Resista Soft, Daltile, Armstrong, and more. Coat a kitchen in hardwood (starting at $1.98 per square foot), or cover living-room stains and evidence of the 1980's with a new carpet (starting at $0.48 per square foot). Wood can be impersonated impeccably with laminate (starting at $0.58 per square foot), while ceramic tile (starting at $0.78 per square foot) is perfect for paving entryways or for digging up and using as a frisbee.
Operating for more than 50 years, the contractors at Hartzell Home Repair help reimagine living spaces with new color and fresh design ideas. Technicians drape rooms in drop cloths and protective tape for swabbing living rooms, hallways, or kitchens in coats of quality paint. Workmen can replace kitchen cabinets, rebuild bathroom tile, or journey outdoors to clean gutters, pressure wash siding, or hang Christmas lights.