Maid in the Northwest, Inc.

★★★★★
  • 8040 35th Ave NE

    Seattle, WA 98115

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  • 866-544-4056

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I have never used a house (or in my case, a creek side condo) cleaning service before.

But after coming home exhausted one day from working with one of my clients that I setup, review, trouble shoot, or train one-on-one in QuickBooks for their business and Quicken for their personal finances, I realized as a busy professional that I needed to delegate tasks that needed to be done but I didn't have the motivation to do well or the time to do so.

I found it ironic that I was in this situation as I am frequently on my clients about outsourcing their business tasks to others.

One reason I picked them was because they partner with Cleaning for a Reason which offers free cleanings on a space available basis for women with cancer. Since my cousin and one of my friends had Leukemia and mentioned how tired they were from the chemotherapy, I thought this was a nice way to give back to the community.

The Seattle office of Maid in the Northwest House Cleaning sent Amy the next week and e-mailed me a contract and list to give to her with instructions to check off the top ten essential tasks. I liked that list as it allowed me to focus in on what I felt was important.

Amy called the day before to remind me in a friendly tone of voice about our appointment and showed up on time the next morning. She worked quietly while she was here and asked questions when she wasn't sure what I meant on the list. She also complimented me on how well organized my space was. At the end, I could immediately smell and see the difference between what my bathrooms, kitchen, rugs, carpet, and cabinets looked like before and after. And the work was done in the time frame allocated.

Several months later, I realized that I needed another cleaning as my condo board was coming over for a meeting and I could see and smell the need. That time, the company sent Bill who e-mailed me confirmation which I liked as I was in the field and could see it appear on my Smartphone.

Again, he showed up, asked for the list and proceeded to get to work. At the end of three hours of the four allocated, he mentioned that he was done (and again, I could smell it) and suggested dusting some knick-nacks that I had in several bookcases for the remaining hour. I hadn't picked dusting a priority this time but I am glad he noticed that the dust levels were now at a point that something needed to be done.

Needless to say, I look forward to my monthly or every other month cleanings. And Amy is coming back this Saturday as my condo board is coming over on Monday.

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★★★★★

I have never used a house (or in my case, a creek side condo) cleaning service before.

But after coming home exhausted one day from working with one of my clients that I setup, review, trouble shoot, or train one-on-one in QuickBooks for their business and Quicken for their personal finances, I realized as a busy professional that I needed to delegate tasks that needed to be done but I didn't have the motivation to do well or the time to do so.

I found it ironic that I was in this situation as I am frequently on my clients about outsourcing their business tasks to others.

One reason I picked them was because they partner with Cleaning for a Reason which offers free cleanings on a space available basis for women with cancer. Since my cousin and one of my friends had Leukemia and mentioned how tired they were from the chemotherapy, I thought this was a nice way to give back to the community.

The Seattle office of Maid in the Northwest House Cleaning sent Amy the next week and e-mailed me a contract and list to give to her with instructions to check off the top ten essential tasks. I liked that list as it allowed me to focus in on what I felt was important.

Amy called the day before to remind me in a friendly tone of voice about our appointment and showed up on time the next morning. She worked quietly while she was here and asked questions when she wasn't sure what I meant on the list. She also complimented me on how well organized my space was. At the end, I could immediately smell and see the difference between what my bathrooms, kitchen, rugs, carpet, and cabinets looked like before and after. And the work was done in the time frame allocated.

Several months later, I realized that I needed another cleaning as my condo board was coming over for a meeting and I could see and smell the need. That time, the company sent Bill who e-mailed me confirmation which I liked as I was in the field and could see it appear on my Smartphone.

Again, he showed up, asked for the list and proceeded to get to work. At the end of three hours of the four allocated, he mentioned that he was done (and again, I could smell it) and suggested dusting some knick-nacks that I had in several bookcases for the remaining hour. I hadn't picked dusting a priority this time but I am glad he noticed that the dust levels were now at a point that something needed to be done.

Needless to say, I look forward to my monthly or every other month cleanings. And Amy is coming back this Saturday as my condo board is coming over on Monday.

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