Olney House Cleaning and Maid Services
Bored and frustrated doing the same old cleaning routine week in week out when what you really want to be doing with those precious couple of hours a week you spend dusting and vacuuming is going out and about doing some kind of leisure activity with the family? Well, don’t despair. Here at Budget Maids we may just have the answer to that little dilemma – in that we’ll do that tidying up and cleaning for you, so you simply don’t have to.
House Cleaning Olney, Maryland
At Budget Maids we don’t have any one type of client. Our professional team of cleaners and maids service modern apartments, rambling family-sized homes, neat condos and even some luxury celebrity-style mansions – all around Maryland (and sorry but we’re not giving away any secrets about soccer stars clients or politicians here!). That’s because at Budget Maids we have a well-deserved reputation for being discreet and thorough. To tell you the truth, half the time you won’t even know we’re there.
Cleaning Service Olney, Maryland
By far our most popular service is the bi-monthly house clean but we’ll also service some households on a weekly basis and others look for our deep cleaning services once a month. Moving house is such a busy time and we’re often called out under these circumstances on a one-off basis. particularly in the spring and summer months.
Maid Service Olney, Maryland
As well as dusting, vacuuming, wiping and, in fact, everything you’d expect from a professional cleaning service, here at Budget Maids we also specialize in dry carpet cleaning. This revolutionary method, which avoids the use of water, is exceptionally good for removing deep-grained odors from carpets as well as pet hairs and various spills over the months. We’ll clean general carpets as well as oriental rugs and even wooden upholstery fabrics.
Interesting facts Olney, Maryland
At the 2010 census Olney had a population of 33,844. It’s one of Maryland’s wealthier residential areas with the average house there valued at $524,500 (well above the typical Maryland average of $319,800) while 88.6 per cent of citizens own their own home.
As you’d expect in an area with a higher standard of living, Olney also has a very high education attainment record – the census showed that between 2007 and 2011 61.5 per cent of residents aged 25 and older had at least a bachelor’s degree.
The town has at least two famous sons – Harold L. Ickes, President Roosevelt’s Secretary of Interior lived there between 1937 and 1952 on a 250-acre farm. Film director and artist Frank Miller, famed for his film noir-style comic book stories grew up there.
In terms of businesses in the area, the retail sector is by far the biggest employer followed by the accommodation and food services sector.