With an average price of about $35 an hour, maid services aren’t just for the rich. Get past the idea of paying someone else to clean your own mess. Parents do it all the time, but payments are usually made in love or allowances.

If you think you need one, you probably do. These are five big reasons to get a maid and call it a day.

1. You’re Too Busy

Admit it, you’re at your wit’s end and you’re considering on hiring a maid to meet other obligations. Once you make peace with this fact, you shouldn’t have a big issue with the concept of hiring a cleaning service. Cleaning your house, thoroughly, requires a lot of time and effort.

You may not have “a few hours” to do a respectable cleaning job on your home. Maid services charge what they do because it’s hard work, not because they only cater to people who are lazy and have money.


2. The Kids Do a Bad Job

Getting your kids to help clean around the house builds character, yes. But, have you ever seen their handy work up close? The young ones do their darndest, but good luck getting a truly spotless result. 

Nothing compares to the professional job you get from a maid service.

3. Lower Your Stress Levels

As our lives get busier and challenges come our way, keeping the house clean starts to rank pretty low on our list of priorities. Eventually, as things get noticeably dirty, cluttered, or smelly, we get even more stressed out.

Pass the buck on and give yourself a break. You’re not a superhero, you can’t do everything all at once, nor should you try to. Coming home after a 10-hour shift at work to do some manual labor is not good for your long-term health.

4. Cleaning Brings Bad Behavior

If you hate to clean so much that when you do it, you turn into a monster, don’t do it. Getting angry at everyone around you before, during, and after cleaning is relatable, but also terrible. Having your OCD take over at the kitchen sink is a good example of bad behavior.

Grab a Snickers, call a reputable maid service, and enjoy all the benefits of cleaning without the rage.

5. Time and Money

Taking the time to do all the cleaning by yourself may not be financially sound. You don’t need to be a millionaire to come to this conclusion. This is especially true if your home doesn’t get dirty very fast.

A monthly cleaning that costs you $50, for example, is equal to saving you half a day of pay. If you make more than $100 a day, then you’re coming out ahead. This isn’t even counting the cost of cleaning supplies/appliances.

Until they make automated robots that can wipe down counters and wash dishes, your best investment is in a cleaning service.

Get a Maid and Get Happy

As you can see, there are many reasons to get a maid. None of these reasons are contingent on being very wealthy. If you’re someone who values your time, emotional well-being, and quality of clean, you need a maid.

Contact us today and get a free estimate on how much you can expect to pay, how long it will take, and more. Reclaim your time with Rescue My Time Cleaning Service!