• 1.Merry Maids

    3330 E 33rd St

    Des Moines,IA

    3.26 mi

    Merry Maids is serving the entire Des Moines metro area. You expect a lot from someone in you home. So do we!*Screened and trained employees*Bonded and Insured*Customized cleaning*Reliable Service*Now

  • 2.Merry Maids

    3900 E 14th St Ste 11

    Des Moines,IA

    2.17 miServices

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04/25/2012
By: pamskinner8
Home Team Cleaning
EXCELLENT! The two gals got to the business of cleaning within 5 minutes of arriving. They brought every cleaning necessity with them and knew how to get the jobs done with speed and proficiency! They worked as hard as if this was their own home and left here within 2 hours time leaving my home clean and fresh! I appreciate this so much as I know how physical cleaning a home is! Great Job! You are TERRIFIC Home Team Cleaning of Des Moines. April 19th 2012
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04/07/2015
By: Daniel F.
A&J House Cleaning
I can’t believe that that was the same house I was entering, kudos to all of you for making my little house a home again. This is the best service ever. Thanks a lot for a job well done.
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01/21/2016
By: Lucas S.
Smith Brothers
Amazing! They really do help in getting back your free time! They will take care of those errands and chores that no one likes to do during there free time.
Tips & Advices
Many services offer long-term contracts that include regularly scheduled cleanings. These contracts sometimes, but do not always, result in discounted prices. Most cleaning services offer discounts in exchange for customer referrals.
Homeowners should review their cleaning service's damage/breakage policy. Some businesses compensate for damaged items, while others do not.
Not always. Before hiring a cleaning service, homeowners should confirm the company verifies its employees' identities and performs background checks. Those planning to hire a self-employed cleaner rather than go through a business should inquire about background check options available from their state's attorney general.
  • The annual costs. Weekly services quickly add up, and homeowners may need to pay additional taxes if they choose a self-employed cleaner.
  • Language barriers and miscommunications. Some professional cleaners might speak English as a second language .
  • Background checks and employment verification. Homeowners can be held liable if they employ a person not legally permitted to work in the U.S.
Some services charge more for pets while others do not. Regardless, homeowners should keep in mind that any pet-related cleaning, such as emptying a litter box, adds to the amount of time the service charges for.

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