St. Louis Shakespeare was initially founded as a summer festival that showcased Shakespearean plays and other classics. Today the company presents three Shakespeare plays and one non-Shakespeare play per season, and, since 1995, has toured kid-friendly adaptations of its shows to children and adults who hate big words.
With a name that shouts confidence, We Do That!!! dispatches a multifaceted staff to homes and offices to tackle a plethora of personal, business, and household jobs. Bonded and insured handymen and cleaning crews scour surfaces and spruce up abodes, and decorating experts organize closets and contrive interior-design plans. Business professionals can assist with invoices, data entry, and website development, and a specialized squad of errand runners picks up prescriptions and walks dogs to their ballet lessons.
Kwik Dry Carpet Care has been washing behind the ears of stubborn floors for more than 16 years. Each session is personalized, beginning with a consultation to discuss cleaning goals and cheer up the homeowner’s discouraged vacuum cleaner. Clients may solicit a technician for a detailed carpet cleaning or to obliterate grime from dingy tile and grout using the company’s high-powered 900 psi Rotovac.
Aim Carpet and Air Duct Cleaning's staff helps home dwellers frolic through laundered fibers and purified air. Whether they're aggressively pursuing carpet stains, deodorizing pet odors, or flushing out contaminated air ducts with rotating-brush systems and HEPA-filter vacuums, the technicians' keen eye for cleanliness yields purified, fresh-smelling homes. Car interiors, furniture, and mattresses also reap the benefits of Aim's cleaning prowess, and those with allergies can enlist specialty services that target mold, allergens, and backyard dandelions planning a hostile takeover of the living room.
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.