Merry Maids' hyperefficient dusters clean more than 300,000 residences each month in North America. Unleashed on the interior wilderness of an unkempt abode, the cleaning commando's voracious vacuum hunts down and devours dust dodos, paper-scrap porcupines, and other clutter-causing prey. Then, armed with nuclear-powered sponges and scum-seeking lasers, the militant maid scours countertops and tile grout with the meticulousness of a pilot scraping Dubble Bubble off his plane's instrument panel.
My Friendly Helper deploys a team of licensed, bonded, and insured cleaners who tote their own tools and supplies in order to help their clients live lives that are a bit shinier and much more organized. They specialize in both residential and business services, offering one-time cleanings, weekly visits, or biweekly sessions to maintain tidy spaces long term. Basic cleanings keep rooms fresh, while deep-down, detailed cleanings work over harder-to-tackle areas such as baseboards, fans, blinds, trim, and enchanted filing cabinets. To lend customers better peace-of-mind, the company strives to send out the same team of cleaners each time, and backs all services with a 24-hour guarantee that will see less-then-sparkling areas re-scrubbed within a day.
It’s a good thing Laura likes to work hard. With her husband on the road most of the time earning his wage as a long-haul trucker, she spent 20 years of her life managing a home for herself and four children. She fixed broken pipes under the sink. She changed air filters. She installed new lift chains in the toilet. Maintenance jobs compounded with her daily chores of cooking, cleaning, and yard work. Anything she didn’t already know how to do, she had to learn.
A licensed cleaner, Laura incorporates her honed household skills and proven stamina into her work in clients’ homes. During her cleaning services, she rolls up her sleeves and delves into dirty carpets, laundry, and windows, applying old-fashioned elbow grease to get homes sparkling from baseboards to ceilings. Lengthy to-do lists shrivel up into delicious dried fruit as Laura changes batteries in smoke detectors or sojourns into yards to mow, rake leaves, or plant seasonal flower beds.
While some carpet cleaners depend on the power of grit and elbow grease, Chem Dry utilizes the scientific principles of hot carbonation extraction to make dirt feel so guilty that it up and leaves. Carbonation penetrates the unseen microbes that lurk within carpeting to thoroughly extract unsightly pollutants using less moisture than traditional steam cleaners. Customers can choose up to three 240-square-foot rooms to receive powerful sanitizing that's safe, non-toxic, and fast drying (one to three hours). A quick-drying process is convenient for the walking feet of any homeowner and, more importantly, helps prevent mold and mildew from festering below an improperly groomed carpet.
In 2007, Pat Newton founded The House Call Memphis on the philosophy that customers deserve thorough, reliable home cleaning performed by the same trustworthy staffer every time. Pat's licensed, bonded, and insured employees rid residential environments of accumulated grunge with custom cleaning solutions, blended with clients' allergies and scent preferences in mind. The staff shines appliance exteriors, sanitizes bathroom floors and fixtures, and vacuums carpets to evict grit, grime, and loitering encyclopedia salesmen. The House Call crew can undo day-to-day dinginess with standard scrub downs or prepare homes for open-house viewings with meticulous deep cleanings. Customers can click here for a complete list of services.
With sleeves rolled up and checklists made, An Angel's Touch tackles even the toughest housecleaning duties. Housecleaners come armed with professional-grade cleaning products and buckets of elbow grease to leave counters free of filth and tubs devoid of grime. The menu of services includes regular or deep cleaning, the latter of which ensures every nook and cranny meets the end of a dust rag, mop, or broom—from floors to the gaggle of remote-controlled helicopters moonlighting as ceiling fans.