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Give Your Favorite Washingtonian the Gift of a Clean Home this Holiday Season

Photo via Elvert Barnes/flickr

Stumped on gift ideas this year? Give the gift of a clean home.

No need to draw up an “IOU” chore coupon. Instead, surprise your loved ones with a Well-Paid Maids gift certificate.

Well-Paid Maids is a living-wage cleaning company here in the D.C. area. We pay our employees a starting wage of $22/hour and offer benefits like 24 paid days off per year, insurance and paid commuting costs.

That means you can treat your parents, in-laws and friends to a clean home — and support a good company.

Here’s how to get a gift card: 

  1. Give us a call at 202-715-1646, or send us an email at [email protected]. Provide the name of the recipient, their email and/or home address, and the desired amount.
  2. We’ll send you an invoice. (Credit cards are accepted!)
  3. Once paid, reply with your desired gift code. Folks have fun with this. Make it the recipient’s name, a single word or a phrase like HAPPY HANUKKAH.
  4. Share this code with the recipient! They’ll enter it when they book their cleaning. It’ll never expire.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out or visit our website for more information.

Happy holidays, D.C.!

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