As a child, you might have been responsible for doing a couple of chores, but most likely your mom did most of the housekeeping. You probably have heard your mom quite often state that she felt like a maid inside her own house or say that she was not your maid.
You probably rolled your eyes at the time and continued doing whatever you were doing at the time. However, now that you are wiser, older, and perhaps even a mom yourself, most likely you have a good idea of why your mom felt unappreciated in her own home. It is a never-ending task to keep a house clean. There is always a sticky spill that has to be scrubbed off of the countertop or a table that needs to be dusted.
How Mom Can Be Helped Out By Cleaning Services
Maid services that offer even basic maintenance and room cleaning can help save Moms many hours. For example, our teams of Cascade Maids clean every single room in the house thoroughly. We vacuum the carpets, wash the floors, get rid of the cobwebs off of the ceiling fans and more. They also take on even the toughest housekeeping tasks, such as scouring the inside of a dirty microwave or cleaning tubs and toilets.
Each task by itself may not take much time to complete. However, when you combine all of them together, it can be a full day’s work, depending on how big your house and how many times you are interrupted. And who wants to devote a big chunk of their time to clean their house regularly?
So if stop and think about, providing you Mom with cleaning services is a gift that goes beyond just providing her with a clean house. It gives her time to spend with her grandchildren at the zoo on the weekends, an evening to relax after work, or something she doesn’t need to worry about when she is planning to host a family gathering.
Other Super Moms
Make sure that all of the doors and windows tightly sealed. If there is any unsealed mortar joints or concrete, they might bleed off bits of concrete dust and sand onto surrounding surfaces. There are some utility companies that inspect homes for free, to determine whether or not there are any cracks that can allow things to go out or come in.
You are a modern supermom. You balance housekeeping, after school activities, carpools, and work. You are responsible for feeding the dog, getting meals on the table, shopping, and various other tasks. Wouldn’t it be nice to have time to go out on the town for a romantic night, have coffee with friends, or take a yoga class?