As the old saying goes, your home is your castle, your television is your court jester, and your dog is your moat. Repel invading dust-bunny hordes with today's Groupon: for $40, you get up to two hours of house cleaning (an $80 value) from The House Call Memphis, which services homes in Memphis, northeastern Mississippi, and the surrounding areas.
The House Call Memphis's experienced expungers are certified masters in the art of grease spatters, shoe scuffs, marooned hairs, disheveled linens, and spilled lava lamps. Call ahead and a squadron of two to three cleaners will visit your stoop holstering an array of buffering utensils and a careful attention to detail before commencing a thorough detailing. They'll ask you for direction and focus on the areas you need cleaned the most; all services are customized to the customer's needs and smell preferences, including allergy concerns due to the use of certain cleaning products or Chewbacca masks.
In business since 2007, The House Call boasts a staff with a sturdy cache of previous experience dusting musty dens and smartening needy dumbwaiters. The trustworthy crew is also practiced in preparing homes for sale, ensuring the first impressions of prospective buyers are free of unpleasant aromas, grimy floors, and cobwebs of lies.
The House Call Memphis
In 2007, Pat Newton founded The House Call Memphis on the philosophy that customers deserve thorough, reliable home cleaning performed by the same trustworthy staffer every time. Pat's licensed, bonded, and insured employees rid residential environments of accumulated grunge with custom cleaning solutions, blended with clients' allergies and scent preferences in mind. The staff shines appliance exteriors, sanitizes bathroom floors and fixtures, and vacuums carpets to evict grit, grime, and loitering encyclopedia salesmen. The House Call crew can undo day-to-day dinginess with standard scrub downs or prepare homes for open-house viewings with meticulous deep cleanings. Customers can click here for a complete list of services.