Much like a mangy pet, a raunchy house often harbors freewheeling dirt, passing allergens, and violent resentment toward the mailman. Solve two out of three of your home’s underlying issues with today's Groupon: for $55, new clients get a three-hour home cleaning from Brilliant Services (a $117 value). Today's deal is valid for homes residing in Boise, Eagle, Meridian, Nampa, or Star.
Brilliant Services backs up its will-do attitude with a fully trained and tested staff. As long as dirty jobs steer clear of the illegal, the dangerous, or the ticklish, the residential rejuvenators promise to fulfill the tidiest of expectations held by its clients. Each mop-wielding worker arrives uniformed and highly trained, without a criminal record, and with a personal vendetta against household grime and dust bunniculas.
Green-minded homeowners can breath deeper and easier knowing the company is dedicated to use of green products wherever possible, using chemical-heavy expungers only as a last resort in their ongoing quest for clean. Virtually no area of a house is off-limits to these fighters of filth, allowing tenants to enlist their services for everything from carpet cleaning and window washing to oven cleaning and dish-sponge sponge baths. If clients decide to reroute their spick-and-spanners to other sparkle-hungry home zones, Brilliant's team will happily turn their clean-up attention to tackle dingy garages, drippy basements, or a particularly littered litterbox.
A multiservice home-maintenance provider, Brilliant Services grew out of owner Kris Nevers's experiences with many one-dimensional service providers who had long lists of tasks they don't do. As a result, Brilliant Services' carefully screened employees and approved vendors perform nearly all major property-maintenance tasks from cleaning to remodeling and handyman work. The company is also a DBE-certified woman-owned business with a special emphasis on social responsibility and environmentally sustainable practices that include the use of green cleaning solutions and attachment of solar panels to the family minivan.