Despite spending most of their time sleeping outside, driving through dirt and puddles, and wearing themselves out by chasing their own mufflers, vehicles emerge from A Team Auto Enhancement looking sprightly, sharp, and renewed. The certified staff members specialize in reuniting autos with their highest cosmetic potential, which they uphold by using premium waxes to bring about glossy finishes, dressing exteriors in graphic 3M vinyl wraps, and shrouding windows in stylish, protective tinted films. And if motorists have trouble waking their slumbering vehicles, the mobile-detailing staff will haul reserves of water, electricity, and cleaning products to their location for an onsite bath.
Owned and operated by a mother-daughter duo, the licensed and bonded All About Cleaning has deployed professional cleaners on crusades against household grime since 1975. In three-hour sessions, house-cleaning experts tackle approximately eight to nine rooms, or one to two in-home arboretums, gussying up glass, dusting furniture, and vacuuming carpets. In bathrooms, the professional cleaners disinfect fixtures and vacate trashcans; in kitchens, they scour appliances and mop floors. Upon request, cleaners extend their sanitary scepters beyond standard services to include in-depth refrigerator-interior cleaning, upholstery vacuuming, and clearing out closets left filthy by boogeyman raves.
For more than six decades, Stanley Steemer has expunged dirt and stains to produce happy, gleaming homes. The clean-centric company’s experienced technicians journey to sullied homesteads, unleashing their dexterous digits on a variety of surfaces to evict dulling debris accumulated from foot traffic, spills, and indoor meteor showers. Degunk a grimy carpet ($42 for rooms up to 300 square feet), or evict the dirty inhabitants from tile and grout work ($0.75 per square foot). Stanely Steemer also upholds the inherently sparkling nature of upholstery, air ducts, and hardwood floors. Clean-seeking homes in the Illinois counties of Madison, Calhoun, Saint Clair, and Monroe and in the Missouri counties of St. Louis, Jefferson, Franklin, St. Charles, Warren, and Lincoln (except 63019) are all within Stanely Steemer’s scouring, degriming grasp.
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.
Midwest Carpet Cleaning is a family-owned and family-operated business that has been upholding the St. Louis area’s upholstery and carpets since 1982. Their cleaning services involve a two-step process, starting with the application of a safe cleaning agent, followed by deep hot-water extraction that blasts away soil, dirt, dust mites, and allergens. Midwest also performs pre-service spot treatments to totally annihilate pesky spill stains, pet odors, and strawberry-jam yuckies. All services are generated from an outdoor truck-mounted unit, preventing dirty air and humidity from being re-circulated in homes or offices. Carpet cleaning starts at $30 per room up to 250 square feet, and upholstery services start at $59.99 per couch and $49.99 per loveseat. People with larger houses or more dust to bust may combine up to two Groupons. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
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.