Two Ladies and a Bucket’s experienced and insured cleaner, Diane Ferguson, uses a custom checklist to revivify homes. Depending on each home’s needs, she can wipe down bathroom and kitchen surfaces, clear out cobwebs, and vacuum dust or the remnants of Rodeo Night from carpets.
It begins as the slightest ground rumble. Then there’s a knock at your front door, where OCD's team of cleaning professionals breaks into song: "We obsess so you don't have to!" After crossing “epic musical introduction” off the list, cleaning techs set to work following a strict 40-point obsession checklist, designed to rid fixtures, floors, and finicky tiles of dust and grime. Once the house is in shipshape condition, homeowners can solicit OCD's personal-assistant services to plan a party, finish grocery shopping, or throw a grocery-themed party.
Clean Image dispatches crews of insured and bonded professionals to fight grime caught in carpets, clinging to upholstery, and discoloring floors. The experts employ Rotovac equipment to clean carpets, evict dirt and stains, and restore upholstery to a pristine state in time for tea parties with tax collectors. Workers return transparency to windows with thorough scrubbings and care for vinyl, linoleum, and natural stone floors with waxing and refinishing. Their pressure washing leaves house exteriors immaculate, and the team also cleans out gutters and restores and scrubs decks.
Like many in their profession, the insured cleaners at All Clean & Neat, LLC would probably scour the ceiling if they had sticky-enough shoes; as it is, they make do with purging grime and dust from the floors, walls, and furniture of homes and businesses. Crews tackle rooms during by-the-hour cleaning services, scrub windows, and carry out handy tasks, such as replenishing light bulbs after they grow up and join the sun. Beyond general sluicing, they can also oust debris from floor fibers with rug- and carpet-cleaning tools.