My Way Home Cleaning Launches an Updated Website for St. Louis House Cleaning

My Way Home Cleaning has a new website for customer convenience. People can now get an accurate estimate of the cost of cleaning their home or specific rooms.

St. Louis, United States - December 3, 2019 /PressCable/ —

St. Louis, Missouri (December 2019) — My Way Home Cleaning proudly announces the launch of their new and improved website. The new site is modeled around customer convenience and offers prospective customers the ability to receive a custom quote. This improved calculator section for scheduling services lets customers get a more accurate estimate by inputting the number of rooms they want cleaned and the square footage of those rooms. Visitors can now order the cleaning of these rooms in a time-efficient manner.

My Way Home Cleaning had an old website but decided to upgrade. The main goal was to increase customer satisfaction. But now customers have a much better experience. They can order exactly what they want without having to make time for an estimate. They can also get this estimate easily by detailing what they want cleaned. The first step is to provide the square footage of the home. The second, more helpful step is to input exactly which rooms will be cleaned. Options range from master bath and bedroom to stairs, closets, and kitchens. The customers then choose quantities of each type of room, and chooses additional services such as taking out the trash. Frequency is also important, as customers choose when and how often each area will be cleaned.

My Way Home Cleaning is committed to upholding their reputations as they continue to do solid business in the Saint Louis area. The business and all employees are fully insured and kept abreast of the latest cleaning methods through training systems. My Way Home Cleaning is also environmentally conscious. They only use products that have earned an EPA Safer Choice label. The company is most proud of two things: their extensive hiring process and their thorough security process. Both ensure employees to be trustworthy and safe. Combine that with their commitment to total customer satisfaction, and the best choice for St. Louis home cleaning is clear. For more information, check out their Facebook page.

My Way Home Cleaning

10625 Tesshire Drive

St. Louis MO 63123

314-301-9774

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Contact Info:
Name: Stephen McAllister
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Organization: My Way Home Cleaning St. Louis
Address: 10625 Tesshire Dr., St. Louis, MO 63123, United States
Phone: +1-314-301-9774
Website: https://mywayhomecleaning.com/

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