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.
To keep your family safe and Mother Earth happy, The Cleaning Authority rejuvenates residences using only Green Seal Certified® chemicals and microfiber dusting cloths—products preferred by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. During your house's hour of freshening, a professional will dust, spray, scrub, wipe, and mop as many sullied surfaces as possible, freeing you to spend quality time with your family, run errands, or take care of some overdue outdoor chores. Customers may combine up to three Groupons to extend the cleaning service, or the three Groupons can be used singly during separate visits. Though The Cleaning Authority's team works fast to freshen as much as possible in a short amount of time, it generally requires three hours to thoroughly clean a home with four bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms. Call ahead to schedule your service.
Since 1978, the friendly cleaners at Fish Window Cleaning have shined the windows and flushed the gutters of more than 100,000 residential and commercial clients nationwide, earning one of the Franchise Business Review’s 2011 Franchisee Satisfaction Awards. Expert window and gutter washers materialize at clients’ homes, businesses, or recreational submarines to spruce up besmirched panes or leaf-riddled rain spouts. Dirt abolishers scrub eager glass inside and out before wiping down windowsills (a $4/pane average cost), and rout out drainage-system debris ($125/gutter), leaving gutters as unobstructed as a swimming pool during adult swim in the winter. To keep rooms gleaming under the sparkling light of chandeliers, speck scrubbers rid ceilings' most prized fixtures of dust, grime, and shadow residue ($60).
With keen eyes for detail, Missouri Maid Services' cleaning crew makes quick work of household messes by adhering closely to a 40-point checklist. The standard plan of attack entails a comprehensive offensive of vacuuming, dusting, and sanitizing in every room of the house, driving the hordes of dust bunnies out of their hiding places and into the trashcan of defeat. Chore lists can also be lengthened with add-on services such as laundry, deep appliance cleaning, clutter organization, and steam-cleaning treatments.
While maids rid homes of detritus, clutter, and tumbleweeds, the pest-control team deploys pet- and child-safe products to stave off mosquitoes, bed bugs, termites, and other invading pests. Committed to green practices, the team utilizes EPA-registered products and creates programs that prevent infestations without depending on pesticides, instead using indoor solutions that are less risky to human health.
Caveman Cleaning eradicates residential messes with thorough and eco-friendly housecleaning services by workers who receive ongoing training. Clients with allergies, asthma, or restraining orders from mops can rest easy during an environmentally conscious cleaning from the professional sanitizers. A team of two arrives for the appointment armed with enough green cleaning products, HEPA-filter vacuums, and microfiber cleaning cloths to tackle whatever tasks clients point them toward. Caveman’s cleaners can dislodge dust from knickknacks, woodwork, and shelves or clean and sanitize sinks, tubs, and toilets before a thorough sweep, mop, and vacuum leave feet delighted. A deep kitchen cleaning spruces refrigerators and ovens inside and out, and scullery walls revel in a thorough scrub that dislodges grit, grime, and crayon drawings by juvenile dust mites. Appointments are available every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Formerly St. Louis Carpet Cleaning, 5 Star Carpet Care's crew of cleaners arrives wielding a truck-mounted steam-cleaning system to perform its signature five-step cleaning treatment. Owner Sonny Haney arrives at clients' abodes to discuss individual cleaning needs before pretreating carpet, giving special attention to specific problem areas in need of etiquette lessons. The truck-mounted unit heats water to 240 degrees, which effectively breaks up stubborn grime before expunging colonies of carpet odors. The final step involves raking the carpet to restore its gossamer sheen and remove dead leaves left behind by the unwanted houseplants that grew out of thriving dirt tracks.