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A Weekly, Bi-weekly or Monthly Schedule Tailored to Meet your Needs

Each home is individually priced on-site to ensure our cleaning service will meet your specific needs and personal expectations. Our pricing is not solely based on your home’s square footage as each home’s interior varies greatly from another’s. We consider a variety of factors including the number of occupants, children, and pets in your home, and your family’s living habits.

Our three-person cleaning teams use top-of-the-line, specialized products. Paired with our state-of-the-art equipment and our unique top-to-bottom cleaning process, The Manor Maids provides customers with an in-home cleaning service that simply cannot be matched by conventional cleaning service chains.

We remove all of the dirt, dust and allergens—-not just move them around with a broom and a feather duster.  By using the Pro-Team patented backpack vacuum with a HEPA filter for all flooring and upholstery, and Swiffer dusters that attract and trap dust and allergens, we can remove all of the dirt from your home.  We don’t just clean on the surface but deep down as well. Our intricate cleaning methods are designed to remove harmful dirt and germs that may otherwise cause mold and bacteria to multiply and grow throughout your home.

All Rooms

  • Thoroughly dust all furnishings, accessories, lampshades, baseboards, blinds, shutters, windowsills, ledges, sculptures, wall hangings, mirrors, and art.
  • Polish select furniture as needed
  • Clean and shine all glass tops
  • Remove all cobwebs and dust ceiling fans
  • Vacuum floors, carpets, and rugs
  • Vacuum stairs and under the beds
  • Change the master linens and make the bed
  • Empty trash
  • Straighten cushions and throws
  • Clean hard surface flooring

Kitchen

  • Clean and polish all stainless steel and granite with appropriate cleaning products
  • Clean and disinfect the sink, faucet, and garbage disposal
  • Remove dirt, grime, and build up from the backsplashes
  • Clean and polish appliances’ exteriors
  • Clean interiors of the microwave and toaster oven
  • Clean and polish countertops and all items on them
  • Clean range top, hood, and the top of the refrigerator
  • Damp wipe all cabinet doors and knobs
  • Clean breakfast table and chairs
  • Clean breakfast bar and stools
  • Vacuum and clean the floor

Bathrooms

  • Clean and disinfect toilet, tub, and shower
  • Hand wash and scrub areas around the toilet
  • Clean sinks, faucets, and the vanity area
  • Clean all items on the vanity
  • Clean and polish all bath and shower fixtures
  • Dust all light fixtures and baseboards
  • Clean and polish all mirrors
  • Damp wipe all cabinets and knobs
  • Vacuum and clean the floor

Windows

  • Clean the window over the kitchen sink
  • Clean entry and spot check all glass doors and low windows for children’s handprints and pet’s nose marks.
  • Interior window cleaning is available and is priced separately

The Manor Maids Code of Ethics

  • Operate constantly in accordance with ethical business practices.
  • Comply with all applicable laws and federal, state and local government regulations.
  • Provide employees with professional equipment, proper training, and direction.
  • Work to meet and exceed the needs and expectations of our clients.
  • Provide all services and products at fair, equitable, and non-discriminatory charges.
  • Provide courteous and prompt handling of all requests or concerns.
  • Strive to continually improve of the image and the reputation of the in-home cleaning service industry by maintaining good business practices in conjunction with public service in the community.

Are you Thinking about Hiring an Independent Person?

If you decide to hire an independent cleaning person without the benefit of a cleaning company as their employer, there are a few things you should do to safeguard yourself and to comply with State and Federal laws.

  • Obtain an Employer Identification Number from the IRS using Form SS-4.
  • Fill out the Immigration Service’s I-9 Form and keep it on file as proof of their legal right to work in the U.S.
  • Ask for the worker’s Social Security or Tax ID number.
  • Find out what state taxes you and your worker may owe.
  • Withhold Social Security and Medicare taxes.
  • Withhold federal and state income taxes and have them fill out a W-4 form.
  • Make periodic state and federal tax deposits as required by law.
  • Provide your worker with a W-2 form by Jan 31st of the current year.
  • File a copy of the W-2 with the Social Security Administration by Feb. 28th.
  • File a Schedule H with your personal tax return by April 15th and pay any household employment taxes owed.
  • Ensure your homeowner’s insurance will cover any accident, injury, or theft by your employee, should the occurrence arise.