Run by a migratory manager who road-trips to DC from his Colorado farm every spring, Dr. Glass Window Washing scrubs scum from panes with persnickety precision. Its business model, featured in such publications as USA Today and Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine, keeps the company small so customers work directly with owners when they call to set up an appointment.
Blessing Buddies' founders, married couple Urrikka Woods-Scott and Romain Scott, let their faith guide their business. The duo works to lighten the burden of under-served older clients and people with disabilities by undertaking household duties and providing companion services. They also send out teams of "buddies" to scour homes big and small with cleaning packages, including deep cleanings that scrub baseboards, refrigerators, and behind homes' ears.
WYFEASSISTANT, IS A RESIDENTIAL NON-TOXIC CLEANING SERVICE; THAT FOCUSES ON BRING ABOUT - HEALTHY HOME! HEALTHY WORLD! BY REDUCING THE NUMBER OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS BROUGHT INTO OUR PROSPECT HOME! WE NOT ONLY CLEAN THEIR HOME - WE PURGE THEIR HOME FROM COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS THAT ARE CONSIDERED HAZARDOUS WASTE, CAUSING
Elite Cleaning Services’ staffers spend between two and three hours scrubbing each DC-metro-area home they visit during their convenient Monday–Saturday workweek. Professional grime eradicators descend on cluttered homes at appointed times between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., dusting knickknacks and sweeping, mopping, or vacuuming floors besmirched by foot traffic or one to three Stooge houseguests. Workers take special care to sanitize kitchen fixtures and bathroom furnishings, and leave kitchen-appliance surfaces looking polished and magazine-shoot ready. For smoothest service, Elite recommends that clients leave staffers a list of cleaning preferences and items that they shouldn't touch, stack fresh linens on the beds, and clean up any scattered toys, clothes, and flesh-eating chupacabras lying around.