Memorial Day Party Clean-Up

Memorial Day is just a week away! For those of you partygoers that are willing to host your own party, remember these 3 things:

  1. Don’t spill the…! So you were swayed into hosting a Memorial Day party for your family and friends. The last thing you want to worry about is the aftermath of a wild party involving your “Crazy Uncle Ned”, a few beers, and a bottle of ketchup all over your tile floor. Whether you are hosting an indoor or outdoor party, give yourself the peace of mind that you need. Book Markatos Services Inc. to clean up the aftermath. We will clean up “Crazy Uncle Ned’s” ketchup stain from your grout lines and take care of “Little Katie’s” ice-cream spill on your backyard patio.
  2. Watch out for that…! Not only did “Little Katie” spill her ice cream on your backyard patio, she also managed to stub her toe on a piece of loose tile in your bathroom. Be proactive about your home maintenances. Our staffed Handymen can take care of all major and minor home repairs, including the loose tile in your bathroom.
  3. A day to remember. With all the mayhem that may arise, good or bad, it is most important to remember why we celebrate this day in the first place. Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation’s service. Markatos Services Inc. would like to take this time to thank the men and women that serve our country.

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