My Way Home Cleaning Announces an Upcoming Upgraded Website

The goal of this website is to increase convenience when using the map to locate their request. There will also be an improved section on scheduling so customers will get an accurate estimate.

St. Louis, United States - May 1, 2019 /PressCable/ —

St. Louis, Missouri (May 2019) — My Way Home Cleaning has announced that they are going to launch an improved website. The goal of this new website is to increase customer convenience when using the embedded map to locate their cleaning request. There will also be an improved section on scheduling services so customers will get a more accurate estimate. Visitors will be able to order cleaning services in a timely manner.

My Way Home Cleaning currently has a website but plans on revamping these sections in order to make it more customer friendly. Upgrades to the design will be made in order to improve the customer experience. The new map will make it easier for customers to identify their home or office for a cleaning. The improvements will help visitors order the service with fewer problems. The new section for acquiring an estimate is far more user-friendly. It will request a consumer’s name and location in a first step, then receive input data in a cleaner, more intuitive second step. This helps the consumer make a clearer list of their request and provides them with a more accurate estimate. Persons interested in cleaning services appreciate the ability to order cleaning based on room size, floor type, and exact frequency.

My Way Home Cleaning is committed to improving the lives and properties of Saint Louis people as they build their new business and reputation. They are fully insured and have continuous training systems in place for their staff. My Way Home Cleaning also has an interest in the environment and only uses products that have the EPA Safer Choice label. Anyone interested in My Way Home Cleaning should look into the company’s extensive hiring and security process to ensure that employees are trustworthy and safe. They are committed to 100% customer satisfaction. For more information, check out their Facebook page.

My Way Home Cleaning

10625 Tesshire Drive

St. Louis MO 63123

314-301-9774

http://www.accelacomm.com/introducing-trouble-free-advice-when-thinking-of-apartment-cleaning-services/

http://birminghamtimesonline.com/recognizing-various-recommendations-and-advice-when-looking-at-house-cleaning-services/

http://businessburrito.com/comparing-rudimentary-details-on-the-reasons-to-find-apartment-cleaning-services/

Contact Info:
Name: Stephen McAllister
Email: Send Email
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/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 508074

More News From Banking Reporter

S. Korea's Moon calls for talks to end trade row with Japan

Aug 20, 2019

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korean President Moon Jae-in has offered an olive branch to Japan to end a tense trade dispute, saying Seoul will "gladly join hands" if Tokyo to accepts calls to resolve it through dialogue. Moon in a nationally televised speech on Thursday also downplayed the threat posed by North Korea's recent short-range ballistic launches and expressed hope that Washington and Pyongyang would soon resume nuclear negotiations. Moon's speech at a ceremony marking the 74th anniversary of Korea's liberation from Japanese colonial rule at the end of World War II come amid heightened public anger over Tokyo's...

South Korea to remove Japan from preferred trade list

Aug 20, 2019

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea said Monday that it has decided to remove Japan from a list of nations receiving preferential treatment in trade in what was seen as a tit-for-tat move following Tokyo's recent decision to downgrade Seoul's trade status amid a diplomatic row. It wasn't immediately clear how South Korea's tightened export controls would impact bilateral trade. Seoul said some South Korean companies exporting to Japan will be able to receive exceptions from case-by-case inspections that are normally applied on sensitive shipments to nations with lower trade status and go through the same fast-track approval process that...

US-China trade war leaves Europe as collateral damage

Aug 20, 2019

FRANKFURT, Germany — Like a sleek Mercedes crunched between two freight trucks, Europe's economy is being knocked off course by the conflict between the U.S. and China over trade. The bill for damages from the U.S-China collision could be painfully high, starting this week if new growth figures on Wednesday show that Europe's economic motor, Germany, is stalled or shrinking. Beyond that, economists say there are signs that years of declining unemployment since the depths of the Great Recession and the eurozone debt crisis may be ending. And if the trade wars escalate to include higher U.S. tariffs on cars...

New Zealand leader says US lacks interest in Asia-Pacific

Aug 20, 2019

MELBOURNE, Australia — New Zealand's prime minister says the United States is losing interest in the Asia-Pacific, as concerns grow about China's growing influence in the region. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was speaking on Friday in Melbourne where she met with her Australian counterpart Scott Morrison to discuss regional cooperation. Ardern's comments come as New Zealand pushes for a free-trade deal with the United States and has shown concern about the rising influence of China in the Pacific. China's influence in the region will be on the agenda in Australia next week when Morrison hosts the new leader of Australia's...

The Latest: US still mulling retaliation for French tech tax

Aug 20, 2019

CHANTILLY, France — The Latest on the G-7 finance ministers' meeting (all times local): 12:50 p.m. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the White House will press ahead with its investigation of France's digital tax, which is aimed at companies like Google and Amazon, as a possible unfair trade measure that could lead to retaliation. Mnuchin made the comment at the Group of Seven finance ministers meeting Thursday in Chantilly, France. He said that work would continue on an internationally backed way to make sure tech companies pay their fair share of taxes: "We're going to run a two-tracked process."...

About Us

Banking Reporter is the largest-circulated online business news in the United States, bringing a whole new genre of business journalism more up close and more incisive.

Contact us: sales[at]bankingreporter.com

Subscribe Now!