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Free Up Your Schedule With Maid Service

It’s that time of year again – the kids are headed back to school. You’re trying to get back into a routine after the carefree days of summer with clothes shopping, school schedules, homework, packing lunches, after school activities, sports – and that’s just the kids’ to do list. Never mind your own obligations and things to get done every day.

There are only so many hours in a day and sometimes, the last thing you have time for is cleaning. We understand and we can help!

Give yourself the gift of time this fall with maid service from AZ Maids of Honor. We’ve been in business since 1991, are meticulous about our cleaning practices and can help you focus on what’s most important – your sanity!

Give us a call at 602-504-1047 or fill out the online estimate request form and we’ll be happy to get you on your way to peace of mind (and a clean house). We look forward to hearing from you!

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Make Cleaning Easier and Faster

Want in on a secret to make cleaning a breeze? Use a tool belt or apron with pockets! Keeping likely needed tools handy while you clean, cuts down on the time you spend going to get that “one other thing” you wished was within reach.

Watch the video below to see the tools we recommend you keep in your tool belt. Have other ideas or items that you find makes cleaning easier? Please share in the comments!

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How to Make Cleaning More Fun

Getting Your Kids Involved in the Daily Household Chores!

1) Start ‘Em Young!

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Kids are great helpers, especially when they’re young, so get them involved sooner rather than later. A lot of what children learn is based on mimicking the adults around them and picking up on the skills, and eventually responsibilities, that come with growing up. Read more

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1001 Ways to Reward Employees

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Top 5 Employee Appreciation Ideas

1. Day-to-Day Recognition ( Personal, Written, Electronic, Public Praise)

2. Tangible Recognition & Rewards ( Outstanding Employee, Gift Cards, Special Privileges )

3. Group Recongnition & Activities ( Celebrations, Field Trips, Contest, Group Recongnition )

4. Rewards for Specific Achievements ( Productivity, Attendance, Customer Service, Safety )

5. Formal Rewards Programs ( Points System, Company Perks, Employee Anniversaries )

Here at Maids of Honor we do lots of these great suggestions

Our most successful has been the points systems.

Earning things like Salon Services, Gift Cards, Free HouseCleaning, Days off Paid, Massages, and Family Fun Activites

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Common Household Products for Holiday Fun

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July 4th

Salute the 4th: Fill clean, glass bottles with layers of red,white,and blue candies, sand, or aquarium rocks for a quick and fun July 4th table decorations.

Enoy the fruits of the season: What would summer-time be without watermelon? But this July 4th don’t just eat it, use it for a centerpiece that will really wow your friends. You can find lots of patterns and ideas in magazines for carving watermelons into animals and birds shapes that not only look great but hold a fruit salad as well. Read more


Oh No! Are you going to keep your New Year’s resolution?

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Maids of Honor wants to clean your home so you have time to achieve your goal!  The fact is that having more time available in your day can provide you with the opportunity to keep your New Year’s resolution.

Here’s How We Can Help!

Lose Weight & Stay Fit & Healthy

Instead of cleaning house, which does burn calories, but isn’t an ideal workout routine, let Maids of Honor clean your home, while you use that time for a workout.   And a thoroughly clean home is healthy for the whole family.

Getting Organized

A part of getting organized includes having your home clean first or during the process.  If you’re like me, you spend so much time on the cleaning that there’s no time or energy left for the organization and you think to yourself, I’ll get to that next time. Read more