That’s Clean Maids Awarded the ‘Best Maid Service’ in Cypress & Fairbanks by Living Magazine

One of the most renowned cleaning companies in the wider Houston area, That’s Clean Maids affirmed its high ranking from the customer by being awarded another ‘Best Maid Service’ for Cypress & Fairbanks.

Cypress, TX, United States - November 19, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

That’s Clean Maids, one of the best cleaning companies in Cypress and neighboring cities has recently been officially chosen as the best maid service in Cypress and Fairbanks. The award comes from a reputable lifestyle magazine Living Magazine. This award is given out annually for a number of different fields.

However, what makes this award particularly important and objective is that it isn’t awarded by a journalist or a panel of judges, but rather by the residents of the area. This way, people can tell each other, and the businesses in the area who they trust and who needs to improve in order to gain the trust and the business of Cypress and Fairbanks residents. That’s Clean Maids has won this particular award 3 out of the last 4 years, showing the consistency of high-quality service and amazing customer relations.

“What we had in mind when we started That’s Clean Maids was that this city deserves a good cleaning service. We infused the company with our friendliness and personal touch, which resonated really well with our clients,” said Brian Crocker from That’s Clean Maids. He added: “This is not our first Living Magazine award in recent years, and we love the fact that we keep appearing in these reader’s polls, because that gives us the affirmation that we are doing something right when it comes to our customers. We can promise that we will only change for the better.”

About That’s Clean Maids: That’s Clean Maids is a well-known cleaning agency serving the areas of Cypress, Katy, Tomball, Houston, Spring and Woodlands, Texas. Founded in 2015, the company’s dedication to the idea of bringing the cleaning services into the 21st century has really caught on with the customers. With multiple “Best of Maid Service” awards in such a short time, the company is poised to do great things.

Contact Info:
Name: Brian Crocker
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Organization: That’s Clean Maids
Address: 17823 Dappled Walk Way, Cypress, TX 77429
Phone: (832) 301-9175
Website: https://www.thatscleanmaids.com/

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