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Very impressed with the overall process. My message was returned promptly and we set up a time for our junk removal 48 hours later. Great guys! I would definitely use them again! Very fairly priced!
MA Cleaning and removal services were outstanding! They were very efficient and a pleasure to work with. We will be using them again soon for additional removal services so that is a solid sign of their value! Thanks again!
5 stars Jim did an excellent job weeding my overgrown backyard and replacing wood chips in backyard. Jim is very focused, professional and dependable. Will use him again!
Ted is Amazing! He came to my rescue! I have a rental property that was trashed by my tenants. It was left full of furniture, Trash, Disgusting carpets and appliances that had to be removed. Ted arrived and came to my rescue!He had the best prices in town, went above and beyond doing extra things to help me out and was wonderful to work with! I would Highly recommend Shardz and will definitely call on Ted in the future! Brian P
As a contrator who regularly deals with trash removal on a daily professional basis, I can confidently say that Jason Bristol does it right. He works hard, he's on time and he's reasonably priced. Jason is willing to go the extra mile and work with his customers to get the job done properly; that's called INTEGRITY, which is something very few people have these days. I had a massive pile of construction debris in my yard from an old rotted deck I took off. Jason and his hired help made quick work of the pile and were very accommodating to my schedule. It should be noted that in the trash/junk removal business, it's very easy to get screwed when a contractor tells you one price and changes their minds halfway through and asks for more. While my gigantic pile of trash was hard to gauge as far as how much could fit in the dumpster, Jason was very upfront and honest when discussing price. For many reasons, Bristol Carting & Container is my contractor of choice for junk removal.
I sent requests one hour ago. My furniture has been removed and I couldn’t be more pleased. Allen was kind, professional, and fast and fairly priced! I’ll definitely be using Fresh Start movers again when we need haul always!
We are so happy to have found a company we can trust in Lee Cleaning Service and will definitely be giving them a call the next time we need help with any removal around our home. Antonio was professional/timely in all of his communications with us. They were done before we knew it and our garage looks better than it has since we first moved in a year and a half ago. Can't speak highly enough, as it is so nice to have the weight of this cleanup off of our shoulders!
Josiah and Connor showed up to our house on time as we had discussed. I believe our project was a bit bigger than they were expecting. NO PROBLEM THOUGH! They managed to clear our back yard of a huge tree trunk and all of its limbs. What they thought would take one day actually took two, but they never showed any signs of giving up! They are both respectful young men on a mission to provide a great service at an excellent value. We will be calling them in the future for our removal needs!
Hired to do junk removal of miscellaneous items, left behind by the previous property owner. Very prompt thorough, friendly and reasonable. I would definitely use them again! Thanks Roosevelt! You made my move less stressful!! OUTSTANDING JOB!!
Sweet Caroline's window cleaning is the company to call for junk/stuff removal. Once I showed Rob the stack of stuff to be moved, he had the area cleaned in no time. After removing all of the bags and boxes from inside my apartment, he started assembling the boxes on the deck for packing. He was very professional and smiled the whole time. This job would have taken me several hours/days to complete, but Rob finished this job very quickly. If you need someone that's professional and on time, Sweet Caroline's is the company to hire. Thanks Rob!
I didn't know what to expect from him because his bid was lower than others, which made the project within reach financially for me, but his work and his ethic and just everything about the experience was perfect. I will work with him again when the need arises and recommend him to anyone. He installed cabinets for us in our laundry room which has a somewhat uneven floor, removal of base boards, notching in the remaining base board to the cabinets when installed, placing the laminate counter top in the space with a wider back than front. He figured it all out without complaints or drama and from the time we met at Lowe's (he picked up my cabinets without an extra charge) to the time he had finished cleaning up and ready to go was less than 4 hours. He knows what he's doing.
Father and son on site did a great job with a big leaf removal job. He wouldn't let me pay any until they finished the entire job on day two. Very thorough and good customer service re scheduling by mom. We added in an odd job, cutting the front door, which was sticking due to house settling. He did a great job for a reasonable price. You should call them.
Tripp completed several lawn projects for me including removing some shrubs and edging two flower beds. Tripp is courteous, professional and provides a great value for his services. I plan to utilize Tripp in the future for a number of projects that I have planned at my home.
Ray did a good job removing two unwanted appliances. He came in the evening to accommodate my schedule and beat everyone else's offer.
I booked a deep cleaning service because my father just recently had a quadruple bypass and I was in town to take care of him. He was living alone after both of his parents - my grandparents - had recently passed after long years of health issues. Based on the reviews and my discussion with Dara, I felt like I made a good choice booking Enjoy Maids to come and bring a fresh makeover to the house! Our experience with the couple who came to clean was lovely, they were great people and we were totally comfortable having them in our home and felt like their personable demeanor was the best we'd met in the industry. In the last week, however, I've discovered many things that were not done well - or at all. First, there was no evidence of the 58-point checklist that reassured me during the process of finding a professional cleaning service. It was the number one reason I booked Enjoy Maids because with that checklist it seemed that my house would be thoroughly cleaned with every possible task accounted for. The checklist indicates that I would be given a copy and a chance to review the steps on it. I was asked several times by one of the cleaners to check after their work and to let them know if anything was amiss. Without knowing what to look for, it seems clean on a superficial level. However, on futher inspection, here is a list of things that were unsatisfactory about the cleaning: Kitchen Floor: I'm not sure what was used to clean the kitchen floor, but it was incredibly slick - causing my dad to nearly fall and have to catch himself - something he shouldn't be doing after being so recently out of surgery where his sternum was cut in half. There were several rubberized scrapes in the middle of the floor that WE were able to remove with a couple of sprays of Chlorox Clean-Up and a sponge - these should have been removed by the cleaning service. The knobs of the oven, the over backsplash, the microwave vent (as well as the inside of the microwave) were all still dirty. While I took the pictures today, not even a week after the cleaning, I would definitely think that even a week later it would be difficult for us to get these appliances as dirty as they are currently. The dust alone on the microwave vent shows that it's been quite some time since it was thoroughly cleaned - something covered on the checklist. Guest/Hall Bathroom: When I got in the tub the other day, I noticed that there were large areas of soap scum still on the walls of the tub surround. The walls of the surround also were covered in specks of what appeared to be dust, dirt, and hairs from what must have been a dirty cleaning cloth that was used to dry the surround. I took a glass and was able to rinse the specks of dirt away, but it was still unsettling to see hair and debris on a 'freshly-cleaned' tub surround. In that same bathroom, I noticed that there was still a lot of dust on the fake plant that was on the shelf, as well as the shower rod and the top ledge of the tub surround. The sink had some kind of grit in it and didn't feel as if it was cleaned properly. the tub surround under the faucet - near the soap scum - and there was still residue from soap and standing water. Checking behind the toilet, I noticed that there was quite a lot of dirt and dust on the baseboard, on the fixtures behind the toilet and on the base of the toilet itself. I've attached pictures that probably don't make my family look like the cleanest family ever, but we indicated that it would be deep clean because no one had had a chance to do a deep cleaning in months - this is the kind of thing that should be on the most basic of cleaning lists. Even though there were two bedrooms indicated on the cleaning request, I suggested that the second bedroom only needed to be vacuumed. However, I've included a picture that I took just a few minutes ago when I checked behind the door. There is a dead roach behind the door that was here when I arrived, something I didn't think to check because it was literally the only thing that needed to be done in that room and it was so obvious. The deep cleaning checklist includes a refrigerator cleanout and an oven cleanout, though when those were suggested, it sounded as if there might be an upcharge, or as if it would take time out from cleaning more important items. I suggested that they could be done 'if there was time', and apparently, there was not time. I am so incredibly disappointed in the service we received after communicating so clearly that my dad's house needed a deep and intense cleaning. There was even an extra charge for the deep cleaning as well as the upcharge for the carpet cleaning. I honestly feel like we are entitled to a refund of at least part of our payment of $202 (a total that does not include the $40 in tips I added to that total). The cleaning services we received were truly subpar. ---- I emailed this to the company and received an email suggesting that our cordiality with the cleaning couple was solely due to the good job (and not, perhaps because we're Southern people with manners), and asking why I tipped if I felt it hadn't been a great job. --- My reply: While there was a review at the end of the service, there wasn't a 'walk-through' as I would have expected. As I mentioned before, your website mentions a checklist and it would have been extremely helpful had Bri taken the walk through as an opportunity to point out what all they worked on so that we could look at it together. As someone who doesn't usually use a cleaning service and who doesn't visit this house very often - which I made very clear in our initial conversations - that would have been the perfect opportunity for me to review the status of anything I was concerned about. Without that checklist or a personal walk through, I was left to look over the rooms with an unpracticed, non-critical eye. I think you would agree that someone working in the cleaning industry has a much keener sense of what should be looked at or reviewed post-cleaning when compared to someone who doesn't know what is on the list. I did tip them because I have worked in service industries and I believe that workers should receive tips on service jobs. That tip wasn't 'for a job well done,' it was in gratitude for someone coming to help me when my father and I were unable to do a task - especially near the holidays. My dad is typically kind and welcoming to anyone who is nice, most people wouldn't consider that his remarks would imply that the service was perfect. He didn't look around the house at all to review the cleaning. We falsely assumed that there was a thorough job done. --- Enjoy Maids suggested they would give us a $75 discount on another cleaning, but never responded to my email asking about what the cost would be and how to schedule it. Additionally, I followed up in an email about a large gouge the cleaning crew had made in the wall: Toward the end of the cleaning appointment with your team, we heard a really loud thump as if something large had fallen and hit the wall in the living room. When I went out to speak to the crew before they left, I noticed a gouge in the wall near the couch. Below the gouge in the wall, there was chipped drywall on the floor - in a prominent location about four feet from the front door. It was clearly visible, between the couch and a table sitting two feet away. I should be more comfortable in the future pointing out issues, but I was hoping that either person on your team would say something like 'we accidentally did this, we're really sorry', but that didn't happen. If it had been present before they arrived, their vacuuming would have cleaned up the drywall, don't you think? Since no one else was in the house at the time, it certainly didn't happen by itself. That's the major concern I have with the cleaning. If that large gouge in the wall - and I can send a picture later today - was caused by an accident, your crew should have said something. Or, if they noticed it and it wasn't their fault, they should have cleaned up the drywall chips (and maybe pointed it out to us). That alone is such a disappointment - if I can't trust the cleaning crew to either clean up something glaringly obvious OR to tell me they damaged my house, what good would it be to bring up the poor cleaning job?