The MaidPro House Cleaning Difference Newark, DE

New Castle County’s premier home cleaners.

At MaidPro Newark, creating clean houses is our priority. We are located in Newark, and deliver personalized, precise services to Bear, Christiana, Claymont, Edgemoor, Elsmere, Greenville, Hockessin, Manor, Marshallton, New Castle, Newark, Newport, Pike Creek, Port Penn, Stanton, Talleyville, Wilmington and Yorklyn. Whether you want shiny floors in Claymont or sparkling bathrooms in Yorklyn, just call us for all your Wilmington area residential cleaning needs.

Professional maid service, with a personal touch.

We know and trust our MaidPro employees on a personal and professional level. Our cleaning PROs undergo thorough background checks prior to employment and are bonded and insured. They also receive extensive maid service training to instill the skills needed to clean to the highest standards—yours! And while we strive to help our employees work to their greatest ability, we also make sure to have fun. Because when you love what you do, it shows in your work.

maid-pro-portfolio-lightbox-item

 

Introducing MaidPro’s new app for Apple and Android mobile devices.

MaidPro customers can use the app to schedule or reschedule cleans, send service feedback and communicate with MaidPro offices. Future MaidPro customers can get great introductory offers, request free estimates, and learn more about all the great services we have to offer.

The app is FREE so download today from your device’s App Store

Easy as 1, 2, 3: Three Cheap Gift Ideas That Won’t Make You Look Cheap

Since no one has agreed to put a moratorium on gift giving this year, you’re on the hook for some half-decent gifts to family and friends. But how are you supposed to give nice presents that don’t embarrass anyone but keep you on budget? Here are three suggestions.

Magazines are magical

Who doesn’t love magazines? They make wonderful gifts because you’re guaranteed to find one for each person on your list. You can get Garden & Gun for your literary friend from the South; American Bungalow for your pal who loves the Arts & Crafts movement; or American Iron for your Harley-riding uncle. The best part is that it’s a personalized gift and shows you spent some time thinking about what they like and want. Plus it’s the gift that keeps on giving: They’ll get it not once, but up to a dozen times a year. And each time they receive it, they’ll think fondly of you as they relax and read. The average magazine subscription is only about $12 – which feels like a steal for all those stories and pictures.

Night out on the town

With your best friend in mind, get a cheap calendar at a dollar store and mark down one night a month that you and she (or he) will hit the town. For extra credit you can even write down an idea for the evening like “movie night,” “curry night” or “disco night.” Wrap up the calendar with a bow and voila, you now have a $2 gift that your friend will consider priceless. An alternative is to give the gift of free babysitting so she and her hubby can have a date night. Yes, you’ll have more fun with the first idea, but the second one will make your friend love you forever. Total price: $2.

If you want to add some bang to the night-out buck, consider dropping in a gift certificate to a local restaurant like Olive Garden or maybe some movie tickets picked up at Fandango.com.

Space is supreme

For your spouse, consider the gift of space. If you have a spare bedroom, garage or even walk-in closet, give your spouse the gift of his or her own private room. It could be a workout room, exercise room, yoga or artist studio. Just figure out what your spouse would love and then start picking up a few items here and there to make the room look the part. It’s going to be impossible to clean up the space and prep it as a surprise, so instead, opt for a card explaining your gift and how you’ll start work on cleaning and setting up right after the holidays – just be sure you follow through! Total price: $20 plus labor.

A great way to get this gift going is to add in a gift certificate from a cleaning service like MaidPro.com.

This season doesn’t have to drain your wallet. With a few ideas, a couple of smart buys and a smile, you’re sure to make everyone on your list happy.

We Need Your Inspiration!

Could you use an extra $100?


Have you had an exciting, touching or funny experience with MaidPro that you’d like to share with us?

If the answer to both of these questions is YES, please read the instructions below and tell us your story!  If your storyline is included in our book of inspiration, we’ll send you a check for $100 in the mail!

Instructions:

1.  When writing your story, please write in the first person and be sure to introduce the character(s).

2.  Tell your story in a way that will make the reader cry, laugh or get goosebumps (good ones!)  Don’t leave anything out — how did you feel?

3.  The story should start with action; it should include a problem, issue, situation and any dialogue.  The person’s feelings should be told through the conflict or situation.  It should end in some result, such as a learned lesson, positive change or pay-off.

4.  Stories should be non-fiction and range in length from 300-1200 words.

5.  Please submit only stories that have not been previously published.

6.  Understand that stories will be edited and formatted before publishing.

7.  Send your story, full name, email address, mailing address, phone number and signed release form (click here for form) to marketing@maidpro.com.  Incomplete submissions will not be considered for publication.