You have bigger problems than the words.
That picture is anti-advertising.
The guy in the foreground is sitting down. On the job. Potential customers don't want you camped out at their house for half the day.
There's cleaning equipment on the lawn. If you know how hard it is to get a good, even lawn you'd have a fit about this. And the carpets are all over the lawn, too. Given that he's sitting down he doesn't plan to move them for a while, meaning the lawn will sweat and suffer under those carpets. Think like a proud lawn curator, and don't do things like this.
Don't take a photo with a random kids stroller in the foreground. That's just weird.
The guy underneath the hatchback seems to be perving on a nearby neighbour, and enjoying it way too much. He's not actually doing anything, and is poorly positioned. He's holding what appears to be two chammy's yet is near the interior.
The guy on the right has a shirt that's looking hopelessly sloppy, and is wearing sandals. Is he just a stand-in? And seems to be strolling, not working.
All 3 should be wearing caps. That they have a uniform is great, though. That's the best part of the image.
The equipment should be neatly organised around the vehicle, not strewn out like a disaster zone.
The car has to feature more prominently in the shot. As does at least one of the worker's faces, whilst focused on working.
The logo is illegible. And tacky, and untrustworthy.
This is a business that comes to peoples houses. So you MUST provide your address for the purposes of building mutual trust.
etc etc etc...
try to think like a potential customer.