Cardinal Maids Cleveland -- Get Your Time Back!

Friday, January 8, 2016

Happy 2016, kids! I hope your holiday was as wonderful and family filled as mine.

I must admit though, as magical as the month of December was, it was also overwhelmingly busy. Between work travel to San Francisco and extended holiday visits in St. Louis and Canton, I'm surprised I found enough time to decorate our home and purchase and gift wrap presents for over 30 people.

Luckily, there was one thing that helped me find the time to get every thing knocked out and alleviate some of the stress. Cardinal Maids, a Cleveland-based professional cleaning service came to my home on a Friday morning and cleaned it from top to bottom while I was out running errands.  

You guys have no idea what a relief it was to not spend my weekend cleaning bathrooms and mopping floors. You see, I'm not much of a cleaner. I grew up with a cleaning service coming to the house every two weeks. I'm excellent at picking up clutter, not so much at scrubbing tile.


Enter Cardinal Maids.

Without a question the professional cleaners are good at what they do, my house was immaculate, but what I think really differentiates their offering is the easy online ordering process. Simply provide the details of your home, any add-ons that you may want, pick an available date and time and you're done. It's that easy!

If you're in the Cleveland area and looking to recoup some of your precious time, I highly recommend you hire Cardinal Maids - you deserve it.

Confession time, I'm about to share my ulterior motive here, so do you want to know the real best part of this experience? CK loved it so much he has agreed to bring Cardinal Maids back once a month. No joke, he kept mentioning over and over again how nice it was to not have to clean and how he didn't feel guilty relaxing on a Saturday afternoon. He's officially a convert.

Praise the cleaning gods (hands in the air emoji)!!!

Disclosure: I was offered a complimentary house cleaning in exchange for this post. As always, the opinions expressed are my own.