If you are looking for cleaning services, whether commercial or residential, there is no shortage in the St. Louis area. Whether it’s a one-time deal, such as a whole house clean-up in preparation for putting your house on the market, or a regular weekly or bi-weekly arrangement, there is someone out there just perfect for your needs.
Your search can be aided by using such Internet sites as angieslist.com or yelp.com where you can find reviews and ratings of various cleaning services in St Louis MO. Such sites keep companies on their toes, as they know a bad customer rating or review can cost them valuable business.
I found myself in the position of needing a cleaning service when my mother recently died. It was a major undertaking to get her house ready to put on the real estate market. She had accumulated a lot of junk during her years of living there. After sorting through all of that, plus much painting and repairs and several garage sales, I was exhausted. But the house still needed a thorough cleaning before I could stick that For Sale sign in the yard and I simply was not up to the task.
So through a combination of word-of-mouth and Internet searching, I found a cleaning service in St. Louis that seemed very competent and professional. They really put my mind at ease and assured me it would all be taken care of. They really seemed to understand my circumstances and frustration.
We worked out a “To Do” list that covered pretty much everything that had to be done. This wasn’t just your basic cleaning package, mind you. It included de-waxing years of build-up on the kitchen floors, cleaning the basement and attic, and scrubbing down all the woodwork in the house. They even did windows!
We settled on a price – which was very reasonable, I might add – and a time schedule. It took several days, even with more than one person doing the work. But it got done a lot faster, and more thoroughly I have to admit, than had I done the work myself. They were worth every penny!
So if you have a need for cleaning services in the St. Louis area, whether for commercial or residential, I recommend you do as I did. Interview a few companies, communicate your needs and reach an agreement about services and price.