Since 1989, the technicians at Mass Carpet Care, LLC, have made it their mission to keep Madison-area floors looking clean and new. Crews sanitize carpets using a truck-mounted hot-water-extraction process that heats water to a scalding 230 degrees to kill dust mites and eliminate all traces of a shattered ice sculpture. They also remove lingering pet odors using a three-step process that safely kills the germs and bacteria that serve as the underlying cause of unpleasant scents. Maintenance services on hardwood and tile floors range from simple cleanings to full-scale stripping and refinishing, and the crew is also well equipped to handle floors made of marble, sheet vinyl, concrete, or recycled Scrabble tiles.
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.
Mike Klinter wanted his company to do things the right way. So before picking up a steam cleaner, he picked up a book. He researched many types of carpet-cleaning products and methods, and attended conventions and seminars; he talked to many other carpet cleaners through forums and webinars, and even took unsatisfied area rugs to brunch. The result of this research is Mike's 12-step cleaning process designed around energy-efficient equipment and environmentally safe products.
Anabel’s Cleaning Service quickly carts away unwanted dirt and grime, transforming messy homes into shining shacks of cleanliness. For two hours, a pair of meticulously trained cleaning professionals will give the home's interior a careful makeover, working quietly so as not to disrupt important conference calls or MAS*H-marathon-training sessions. Once armed with environmentally friendly materials, the cleaners begin by thoroughly inspecting each room, removing cobwebs, and dusting everything from baseboards and crown molding to the grooves in furniture. Then the scrubbers spray bathroom tile walls and shower doors with elbow grease. Kitchen counters and microwaves morph into more comfortable living quarters for instant meals and all glass fixtures are wiped clean, including televisions. Anabel's maids also remove all trash, mop hardwood floors and linoleum, and vacuum throw rugs, carpets, and any exposed sections of closet floors.
When Joelle Morris-Merschman founded White Glove Cleaning in 1998, she pledged to use only eco-friendly products during her residential and commercial cleanings. Her licensed cleaning techs bust open a can of elbow grease on living spaces, sanitizing bathrooms and kitchens, dusting fixtures, and even taking the time to water houseplants and Robert Plant’s resilient hairline. In addition to housecleaning, White Glove offers lawn-mowing and snow-plowing services.
Five Star Restoration's prompt, insured, and uniformed technicians meticulously rejuvenate worn abodes with eco-friendly products. They expel pet odors and stains from carpeting and upholstery, and after floodwaters surge through homes, they draw out remaining droplets with a balance of extraction, dehumidification, air movement, and temperature control. When they aren't nurturing floors back to heath, Five Star Restoration's techs wash windows, clean gutters, and perform free video inspections on air ducts and haunted closets.