Would you hire a maid, or housekeeper?
Would having someone come into your personal space bother you?
I have hired cleaning services in the past, but they often do not meet my requirements. Does a cleaning service count as maid service?
No, I would not want someone messing with my stuff. If I had a regular cleaning service, maid, or house keeper, I would have to rearrange my living space so that anything I considered very personal, or very valuable, would not be accessible to them. One reason I would never live in a mansion even if I could afford one in every country in the world.
Good question! I don't feel comfortable having someone come into our home when we're not here. We lived in an apartment for a while, and at least once a month, we would have building maintenance staff come into our apartment while we were at work. We would have to lock our cats in the bathroom all day, and though I always put a huge sign on the door, I was always afraid they would let them out. It was stressful for the cats and for us.
Plus, we're both clean freaks, so we may expect too much from a cleaning service!
yes I have from time to time and I find them great. I love to see the house in tip top shape and as I am injured with my hand now I find I cant do things I want to do so why not call the cleaners in.
If I could afford it, I would. My wife has back issues so I do the heavy cleaning. I also have kitchen duty after meals. However, until "my ship" comes in, a maid is not in the picture. If hired, the made or housekeeper would be legal, her income reported and her Social Security taxes paid.
Yes, I would, and I did in the past. Not a live in maid, though. They are great if you tell them specific job, and they only do that and leave!
by Barbara 7 years ago
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by Jesse Mugnier 5 years ago
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by Ladoux 4 years ago
Names for cleaning serviceMy best friend and I ate starting a cleaning business. We are not your average run of the mill girls. We are a little on the wild side and probably leaning towards redneck girls also. We would like a name that reflects that and will stay on peoples minds. Any suggestions?
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