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Consistency is the name of the game!

Will you do the same thing every time you come out?

This is a question we are frequently asked by new customers inquiring on housecleaning services and the answer is “yes”!  We take pride in providing a deep clean at every clean.

I recently ran across a brochure from one of our competitors who listed things they did as “add-on” services or on a rotational basis only.  Based on their list I realized the majority of items on their list are things we do at every cleaning.  A few examples of what we do each and every time we come out at no additional service charges include:

$1·         Fronts of cabinets hand wiped

$1·         Windowsills hand wiped

$1·         Faucets, sinks and drains cleaned with a crevice brush

$1·         Drip pans and glass top stoves cleaned

$1·         Appliances cleaned and shined

$1·         Knickknack areas cleaned

$1·         All kitchen furniture hand wiped

$1·         Furniture surfaces hand dusted

$1·         Furniture and upholstery vacuumed

$1·         Carpet edges vacuumed


Amanda Houser began her relationship with customer service at birth by being raised with strong Southern roots and a belief in hospitality. It was no surprise that she went on to hold a career in the hotel industry where she received the best Customer Service Training in the industry under Marriott International. It is in the hotel industry where she met her husband, Daniel Houser.

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