Inviting someone into your home or office or anywhere isn’t a simple transaction- it’s private and personal. The relationship between you and us is one based on trust, respect, understanding and satisfaction. You should be left knowing your place of safety is in good hands.
Cleaning services aren’t for the rich and famous, they’re for everyone. You deserve convenience, expert services and every nook and cranny spotless. While that answers why you need a cleaner it doesn’t say why we clean, well the truth is…. we enjoy it.
We grew up cleaning. Back in Zimbabwe cleaning wasn’t a chore. It was almost a bonding experience. Moving to England, we kept up the tradition often sharing duties or having weekend sessions where we played music and enjoyed sibling company. It wasn’t until the world of work though that we understood the importance of cleaning, and eventually brought what we both knew so well together.
The older of the two, I studied Public Health and have worked in care, councils and hospitality. Through both education and employment, I have studied and practiced cleaning procedures. I have looked into the effects of poor sanitisation on health. Whilst working in care, I was astounded by the need for cleaners but the lack of affordable, personal ones for those in need. This void was only further illustrated as a frontline worker during the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the biggest worries and concerns amongst the general public was and still is, `am I cleaning properly, how do I clean to keep the virus away?`
Having been brought up cleaning regularly, having completing health and safety courses, cleaning courses, it had never occurred to me that people just didn’t know how. Also, I can see how people that do know just don’t have the time. Clean surroundings are necessary now more than ever and having a cleaner isn’t a luxury. Everyone should have access to the service, but I know how invasive it can be having someone in your house, you don’t want to contact a head office and anyone turns up, you want someone regular, someone you know and trust. As a family run business, we want our clients to feel a part of the family too.
As the younger brother of Vee, I remember us cleaning together as we grew up. It was just the norm. A few years back I got into construction, and yes, I know when you think building, cleaning isn’t automatically what you think of. But a clean foundation supports the building work. On top of that when you do anything in someone’s home it’s just courtesy to clean after. But I guess over all you think I could ever bring those dirty boots into my mum’s home?
Truth is I enjoy cleaning I know the ins and outs, and my sister also needs help lifting the couch and moving the fridge so we can really get into the nooks and crannies.