Walking into a clean home is one of the best feelings. No toys to step over, no pet hair tumbleweeds to dodge, no countertops begging to be wiped down.
But these days, many of us are running low on time and energy. That’s why it’s worth calling in reinforcements.
Hiring a professional cleaner is a huge time (and sanity) saver. The only issue? Finding a cleaning company you feel good about hiring can be difficult.
But Well-Paid Maids, based here in the D.C. area, is transparent about what they pay their cleaners. Wages start at $20 an hour, plus they offer benefits, like health, dental and vision insurance; 22 paid days off a year; and 100% employer-paid commuting costs.
“Not only are our labor practices the right thing to do, but they also lead to better results for our customers,” says Aaron Seyedian, the founder of Well-Paid Maids.
They also use healthy and sustainable cleaning products, rated “low concern” or “lowest concern” by the Environmental Working Group.
All in all, you’ll be left with a clean home and a clean conscience with Well-Paid Maids.
Check out all their services online and book a cleaning in less than 60 seconds.
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