What if Maidpower didn’t clean to my satisfaction?
If you’re not satisfied with any part of a house cleaning service, we’ll send your team back to fix it on the same or next available day.

How many years have you been in business?
We recently celebrated our 33rd year in business!  We have provided reliable, trustworthy and dependable house cleaning service since October 21, 1987!

Do I need a contract?
No contract is needed when using Maidpower services!  We offer discounted prices for customers who use us on a regular basis, such as weekly, bi-weekly or every three weeks.

Do you do move-in and move-out cleanings?

Yes we do!  On those cleanings we clean inside cabinets, closets, furniture, refrigerators, dusting, all bathrooms, floors and kitchens.  

What if I have pets?
Maidpower employees love your pets, but sometimes pets don’t love them back!  For your protection and ours, we recommend that you keep pets away from areas being cleaned.  We cannot assume responsibility for pets that run outside or that enter rooms they shouldn’t.

What kind of payment do you accept? 
We accept Visa, Mastercard, Checks, Money Orders and Cash. 

How much does it cost?
The cost depends on the size and condition of your home.  When you call the office our Maidpower staff can quote you a minimum and a maximum price that it might cost you the first time.

What happens if my scheduled cleaning falls on a holiday?
If you are regularly scheduled weekly, every-other-week, or every 3rd or 4th week we will call you first to reschedule and give you options on what alternate dates and times are available. 

How do you schedule appointments?
Maidpower, is available Monday through Friday, with arrivals from 8:30 to 3:10. You may schedule weekly, every-other-week, or every 3rd and 4th week or simply call when you need us.  Our answering machine is on when we are not in the office.

What if I can’t be home when the Maidpower team arrives?
Customers who cannot be home sometimes hide keys outside or lend us duplicates that we code to protect their identity.  Apartment dwellers often  lend us a building key and a key to one door lock.  On cleaning day they leave the other door unlocked.