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The Maids ranchise in New Jersey is cebrating a major milestone.

July 1, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

The Maids New Jersey, one of the most prominent cleaning service franchises in the state of New Jersey, is celebrating its 25th anniversary today.

When back in 1989 Stephen and Patricia Williams left corporate America to run their own business as The Maids franchise owners, they could not have known that the franchise would soon rapidly grow and turn into one of the largest and referred cleaning services in New Jersey. Enjoying a 96% referral rate, which is outstanding for their niche, the company now serves several different areas, including Middlesex, Essex, Morrison, and Union counties.

“We have always strived for the best cleaning experience for our clients,” says Patricia Williams. “We have never lowered our standards to meet the demand and always ensured that our clients are satisfied with their cleanings. That was our recipe for success.”

Indeed, the company follows a rigid procedure that helps the company achieve great results with every cleaning. For example, all new team members have to undergo a special training and certification that consists of four different parts: kitchen, bathroom, windows, and all rooms. Cleaners are not allowed to perform duties in the areas that they are not certified for.

“We pride ourselves in implementing a 22-step Healthy Touch Cleaning System, which is a signature step-by-step method developed by The Maids. It ensures that all the areas of the house are nice and clean after our cleaners leave the scene,” said Williams. “Our philosophy is simple – deliver the most precise cleaning possible.”

In fact, this philosophy is supported by the fact that instead of sending one or two cleaners to the client’s house, The Maids forms teams of four maids. This, according to Williams, allows The Maids to be more efficient with their time and devote enough attention to every major area in the house.

Moreover, each employee uses state-of-the-art equipment, such as backpack vacuum cleaners with HEPA filters. Mobile, light, and powerful, these vacuums not only remove dust and dirt from carpets, furniture, and other surfaces, but they also get rid of allergens in the air that may cause serious health conditions.

“Our franchise is all about our customers. We will never jeopardize our client’s safety and take every step to prevent any misunderstandings,” added Williams.

To adhere to the highest standards of our clients’ safety, all The Maids employees also undergo a background check, insuring, and bonding. According to Stephen Williams, franchise co-owner, the client is never liable for any kind of accident, whether it is an injured employee or alleged theft. The Maids cover all of that.

“We have been serving a lot of different families all across New Jersey for 25 years and know how important it is for the majority of them to trust their cleaning services and let them into their houses,” said Williams. “We are happy to see that our effort that we put into the franchise in the past quarter of the century is paying off.”

To get more infromation about their services, visit their website

For more information about us, please visit http://www.themaidsofnewjersey.com/

Contact Info:
Name: The Maids
Email: nelly@localinternetleads.com
Address: 1417 Stuyvesant Avenue Union, NJ 07083
Phone: 908-851-2210
Organization: The Maids Essex

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