Leave the mowing to the optimally primed lawn transformers that are heavy on power and surprisingly light on explosions and finally show that inefficient neighborhood boy how lawn care is done (typically $40 for a quarter-acre lot). If you're losing beachballs, babies, and venture capital in a backyard nest of weeds, have a three-man crew swim through the shrubbery pruning, bed cleaning, and weeding to beautify your outdoor areas ($90/hour). Allow the experts to tuck plants into beds, hang flowering baskets ($20 per piece), or install plants as large as 3 gallons (four-plant minimum, $100 total).
More than a decade ago, Harrell Spencer landed a job with a carpet-cleaning company. He enjoyed his work so much that he eventually bought the business and dubbed it Ultimate Carpet Cleaning. A resident of Memphis for 34 years, Harrell keeps his good name in the community by quoting honest prices and backing his work with a satisfaction guarantee. After a light preconditioner, he extracts carpet stains with deep-steam-cleaning techniques and eliminates odor-causing bacteria with live enzymes. In addition to purging rugs, Harrell scrubs ceramic tiles by hand and dries them with high-pressure heat to extract grease and grime. Once they’re clean, he can seal the grout to give them a glossy finish that repels dirt so well you can't even write dirty language on it. In the event of an emergency, Harrell springs into action both day and night to help repair water damage.
Since 2006, the licensed and insured movers of 1st Class Moving Company have deftly maneuvered furniture and domestic contents between abodes. The moving experts also offer a line of packing supplies and a storage warehouse, where furniture and goods can safely reside during limbo periods between leases or when homeowners want to increase the difficulty of indoor games of hide-and-seek.
The uncertainty that goes along with home improvement can unnerve any homeowner, but GW Home Improvement eases customers’ minds with a policy of straightforward, open communication and a detailed, written proposal for every project. Before founding the company, Chris Wiggins honed his professional roofing skills for five years at other companies, and continues to educate himself on the latest industry trends. His 15-person team handles jobs both large and small from setup to cleanup, doing basic preventative maintenance or more extensive work, such as replacing a damaged roof with a hard candy shell.
With ladders, biodegradable products, and plenty of elbow grease, Just Windows’ uniformed cleaners restore sparkles lost by sullied panes of glass. Although the company is named Just Windows, its courteous technicians also remove hard-to-reach dirt and grime on home exteriors with their pressure-washing equipment and thoroughly purge gutters of leaves and poorly thrown paper-plane love notes. Trained in the latest safety and cleaning techniques, each members of Just Windows’ insured crew is carefully vetted through a referral process, earning a spot on the team with recommendations from family members or friends of the company.