Drew Freemantle gave up his IT career with a life behind a desk to create Maid Perfect with his wife Tonya. “I believe in that,” Drew says of his Olympia-based cleaning service. “People just don’t have the time to clean the way they want their house to be. He enjoys providing the level of cleaning that people dream of. You too ? Their growing business needs a bigger team. If you like to see a job well done and prefer to work with responsibility and independence, Maid Perfect would like you to consider joining the company.
“I can train people,” adds Drew, who says a strong work ethic is far more important than extensive experience. Initially, a new hire would simply start with tasks like dusting and vacuuming. Techniques will be taught to streamline work and create professional results. Eventually, you could work alone. Maid Perfect offers residential cleaning for individuals, commercial cleaning for businesses as well as full cleaning for apartments and houses. The varied environments make things interesting.
Employees earn paid vacation and can participate in a 401K. You need a vehicle to get around, even though jobs are often close to each other. A background check will be performed. Maid Perfect emphasizes maintaining a positive and optimistic work environment. Attention is always paid to work that exceeds expectations. For example, because a vacant unit requires more detailed attention, bonuses are paid. “What my employees do is important,” Drew emphasizes, and he enjoys keeping communications open with his cleaning professionals.
The hours for this job start around 9 a.m. and continue until 3 p.m. (or a little later). This type of schedule can work well for people who have children in school or for similar time considerations. Weekend work is not compulsory, but there are times when jobs arise. The incentive is time-and-a-half pay. Part-time work and some night work are also available.
Freemantles believe that a passion for work is an essential ingredient in the satisfaction of their customers. They want to attract employees with the same motivation. “Sometimes we tiptoe down the stairs on our way out so we don’t leave any fingerprints,” Drew explains. He likes being able to help the elderly or the disabled. They are more faced with the ups and downs of getting into every nook and cranny of a home.
They also like being able to watch families grow. Having many long-time clients, they see the children growing up. The Freemantles hope that future employees will work with such continuity.
“Having a clean house can keep you sane,” adds Drew. I totally agree with that. Life these days is crazy in many ways. There is something incredibly wonderful about coming home after a full day, opening the front door and finding vacuum lines on the carpet and sofa, a shiny kitchen counter and no dust in the corners or residue in the bathroom. It’s good. The truth is, I vacuum, mop the floors, wipe the counters and tidy up, but when the whole house is done at once, the feeling calms my soul. It gives me the opportunity to do something else, like volunteering. Most of us could use a little extra time. Also think, if you are the cleaner, how happy people will be when you come to work for Maid Perfect. Drew is Waiting to hear of you and discuss with you joining the Maid Perfect team.
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Maid Perfect can clean for events, renovations, new construction, homes and offices. Call Maid Perfect for services when you move in or move out, or if you just want to keep your current residence. Maid Perfect also makes windows. Give the clean one a chance! You can contact Maid Perfect at 360-402-6248 or by visiting their website and Facebook page.