MaidPro’s team makes people want to dance. “I did a little jig around my house after they left,” confessed one client, and another raved that her housecleaner “renewed my spirit as she brought order to my home.” Not only are MaidPro’s staffers efficient—they follow a 49-point cleaning checklist—but they are also trustworthy; more than 90% of clients hand over their house keys and private memoirs to the background-checked employees. As crews scour bathrooms, kitchens, bedrooms, and living areas, they can dissolve dirt with a lineup of well-known products or fulfill requests to use cleansers that boast the Green Seal of eco-friendliness. If a client ever spots a spot within 24 hours of cleaning, MaidPro's staffers will return to reclean the area free of charge.
The Ready Project’s virtual shelves contain all the necessary tools, gear, and food for outdoor expeditions, camping trips, and natural disasters. Emergency supplies outfit homes with survival kits and water-treatment kits, as well as emergency stoves and communication devices such as radios or weather-proof carrier pigeons. Survival gear allows nature explorers to create shelter with knives and tools, as well as guarding against castaway fatigue with signal mirrors, emergency flares, or air horns. To bolster homes with long-lasting food supplies, The Ready Project’s monthly doses of food storage packs 2,000 calories in daily meals. Nineteen gourmet dishes such as potato soup and chili come to life with the mere addition of water, and remain safely on shelves for 20 years.
Logan Cassell noticed an unfortunate trend: homeowners were hiring multiple contractors for large projects because they specialized in one type of service. That's why he created Outside-In Improvement. As a licensed sole proprietorship for professional services, Outside-In can tackle multiple types of projects at once. If time remains after technicians landscape lawns, clients can have them detail cars, paint rooms, install bathtubs, or reglaze especially meaningful donuts.