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Residential
Services

Woodard's professional residential cleaning team keeps your home looking its best and guarantees 100% satisfaction - no questions asked!

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Offering best-in-class quality and service, Woodard proudly serves as the premier furniture, tile, rug, and carpet cleaning company.
Offering best-in-class quality and service, Woodard proudly serves as the premier furniture, tile, rug, and carpet cleaning company.

Commercial
Services

First impressions are everything; what does your facility say about your business? Woodard's commercial cleaning technicians specialize in personalized office cleaning solutions.

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Develop a customized cleaning packages that meet the needs of your business, and fit your budget.
Work side-by-side with a dedicated account manager to develop customized cleaning packages that meet the needs of your business and fit your budget.

Restoration
Services

When disaster sweeps your home or business, turn to Woodard for full-service restoration services, reconstruction services, and
post-damage cleanup.

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Woodard is the Midwest's largest, and most experienced, restoration contractor, specializing in water damage, fire restoration, and smoke damage.
Woodard is the Midwest's largest and most experienced restoration contractor, specializing in water damage, fire restoration, and smoke damage.

Recent Woodard Blog Posts

2014 Housing Trends: How Does St. Louis Fare?

November 19, 2014 house for sale

Not sure if now is the right time to buy or sell a house? Wondering what the experts are saying about the current housing market trends? According to an article by the National Association of Realtors®, all major regions except for the Midwest experienced housing gains in September.

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Weathering the Storm | Preparing for a Harsh...

November 17, 2014 road after a snow storm

Depending on the source, this year St. Louis will either have a "bitter and snowy" winter or a "wetter and milder" winter than last year. Either way, preparing for the worst can only be good for you. Is your house winter-ready?

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