The movers from You Move Me pull up to homes, determined to relieve their customers from the stress that comes with moving. They earn their clients' trust by arriving on time and then doing a careful walk through of the home before starting to load up; afterward, they run down a checklist to make sure nothing was left behind. During packing services, employees are equally conscientious, protecting customers' items in specially designed moving boxes rather than in extra-large piñatas.
In the wintertime, the heavy dump trucks and snow-plowing Bobcats from Haynes Snow Removal can often be seen trawling the icy, snow-covered streets and avenues of the Madison area. The plows shove snowdrifts off the roads so that cars may safely pass and spread ice-melt products in those places where ice prevents tires from gripping the ground. The technicians also take their snow-clearing talents to private residences, where they blow accumulated snowflake piles off of sidewalks and entrance ways.
For 32 years, the friendly crew at Fish Window Cleaning has meticulously cleaned gutters, windowpanes, and pained windows throughout the St. Louis area and beyond; the fast-growing business is also a Better Business Bureau TORCH Award Winner. Fish's uniformed professionals will de-clutter gutters ($125 average) and clean windows inside and out ($4 average per pane of glass) until your home hums the rubber-ducky song in the tone of hygienic satisfaction. When cleansing windows' exteriors, each cleaner will evict grime caused by dust, rain, and wayward bugs, and when sparkling the interior side of windows, they'll treat your furnishings and fixtures with respect. Pricing varies by house.
During a furnace maintenance visit, Harker Heating & Cooling's specialists give homes' heating units a thorough examination. Components slated for inspection include the thermostat, blower assembly, air filter, vents, electrical connections, and safeties. Pilot lights, heat exchanges, and burners receive a careful cleaning to remove excess dust or illegal Greek fire. To improve the furnace's efficiency, a technician will lubricate chafed motors and bearings with a spritz of oil. After checking for gas leaks or evidence of carbon monoxide, Harker's staffers test the water and run the furnace through a complete cycle to ensure that it's ready for another prolonged struggle with Old Man Winter.
Like the Milwaukee Brewers on the first day of practice, The Dirt Destroyers' staff sports uniforms and name tags. Unlike the Brewers, though, this team is insured and bonded. When they're not cleaning homes, the technicians can often be found at commercial properties and area offices. They also happily trot out to difficult jobs. Construction sites are notoriously messy; debris collects in piles, concrete gets dirty, and bulldozers toss their candy wrappers anywhere they please. The Dirt Destroyers can take care of these messes with their construction-cleanup services, which include high-area cleaning using lifts and scaffolding. No matter the task, they'll run down a checklist to ensure sites are spick-and-span before they depart. At the customer's request, The Dirt Destroyers will use green cleaning products that are safe for kids, pets, and the environment they all frolic in.
Mad City Windows improves homes from the ground up, combining quality materials and attention to detail into each local project. The team of skilled technicians constructs desks, replaces gutters, and rebuilds home exteriors including rooftops, siding, and windows. They have worked on more than 5,000 homes, replacing existing materials with environmentally friendly items such as Energy-Loc metal roofing and EnviroView windows. Mad City Windows also place a high priority on safety. The company trains its crew members in accident prevention and conducts safety inspections to prevent the risk of dangerous conditions such as rooftop roller derbies.