Three hours of house cleaning polishes any homestead sullied with discarded soda cans, tumbleweeds of cat hair, and an increasingly feral population of white-cheeked gibbons. MaidPro is staffed with professionally trained employees who have all passed background checks, so they're fully certified to handle a filthy hearth and home. In fact, all houses are cleaned on a standard 49-point checklist, ensuring that no surface will remain dusty, no incriminating fingerprints will stain the balustrade, and no spigot will be left unturned. These grime-gutting go-getters use their own chemicals and cleaning supplies to scour every room that can be tackled in a three-hour window. If for some reason you're not satisfied with the job done, call the office within a 24-hour window, and they'll return to re-clean the afflicted area for free.
With more than 35 years of dirt-expunging experience, Ann's Cleaners' staff renews wear-weary clothes with dry-cleaning and laundry services. Clients can apply $20 in dry-cleaning credit to return the affections of torso-hugging shirts ($4.95) and clean entire spilled Thanksgiving dinners out of the inseams of jeans ($4.95). The absterging team can unstiffen formal dresses ($18.50) or erase pull-over sweaters’ ($3.50) autumn debris, such as crushed leaves. Trios of two-piece suits emerge from a dry bath pristine for interviews, parties, and volleyball tournaments hosted by spies, and comforters return to their beds fluffy, cleansed, and cozily warm from the dryer.
Dry Clean Super Center accommodates cleaning and laundering needs for a wide raiment range. On-the-go guests can grace clean pants, sweaters, blouses, and most other items with the same tender care they're too busy providing to others to give to themselves. Rely on a dry-cleaned and freshly pressed suit instead of typo-riddled resumés or ill-timed knock-knock jokes to stand out during upcoming job interviews ($10; price may vary by item). Women may get their best Sunday dress clean enough to showcase at dinner parties, theater outings, and the remaining six days of the week (up to $20).
Kimberly Diles, owner of Dynamite Cleaning Services & Repairs, brings an entrepreneurial attitude to every job, neatening domiciles with services such as vacuuming carpets, cleaning bathrooms, and scrubbing stovetops. Sensitive to strong scents, Diles understands that homeowners can be particular about what products they prefer, so she arms herself with gentle, eco- and pet-friendly cleaning supplies. Her experience working with realty companies informs the handyman-side of her business, where she performs work for customers that varies from patching drywall dings to hanging paintings over wall-mounted piggy banks. To her, accommodating customers? needs is key, even when it means working within their unpredictable schedules. As she says, "I can change a lock with my 5-inch stilettos on in about five minutes."
Unlike some cleaning companies, Heather's Tip Top Cleaning never skips out on wiping down windows. Heather's attention to detail ensures that messy homes or commercial buildings transform into sparkling spaces free of dirty countertops, grimy ceiling fans, or footstools buried under large anthills. Whether performing deep cleaning or prepping a home for a move-in, the bonded-and-licensed cleaner carefully tidies up surfaces such as dark wood floors, stainless steel, and crystal chandeliers using environmentally and allergy-friendly products from brands such as Bona and Melaleuca. Heather also freshens up personal spaces with organizational services that can be used to clean up messy cabinets or restore order to pantries.
As if by magic, a cloud of mist—steam, actually—hisses as the performers begin. Before long, dirt, stains, and pollutants have disappeared, and carpets smell fresh and clean. These performers aren't magicians armed with top hats stuffed with white rabbits. They are Sooner Steam Clean's technicians. After pretreating carpets, they deep clean fibers using a truck-mounted steam machine and self-neutralizing chemicals that are both biodegradable and nontoxic. Recommended by many carpet manufacturers, this method is as gentle as an alpaca whispering a lullaby and may also be used to clean upholstery and extend the life of carpets.