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Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties

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Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties

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Phone SURVEY RESPONSES FROM 298 VERIFIED CUSTOMERS i

Diane C.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

1 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are very reliable. I would highly recommend them.

We like the fact that they call the day before the job to confirm the next day's work.

Celia D.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

2 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are dependable and I don't worry about my stuff while they are here. The place looks a lot nicer after they are done.

I can trust the people who are sent out, which is hard for me.

Dylan D.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

3 of 298

Quality 8
8 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I think they did a good job.

They were there that same day that I needed them. I needed someone to come that day, and they were able to come.

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Pat Belardi, Owner

Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties provides residential home cleaning services for customers throughout Marin County and parts of the East Bay. The company dusts baseboards, light fixtures, furniture, window sills, shelves, blinds and décor; vacuums and mops floors, carpets, rugs, and stairs; and cleans showers, tubs, toilets, sinks, mirrors, glass, counters, tile and appliance surfaces.

Owner Pat Belardi says Molly Maid’s key characteristics are dependability, flexibility and accountability. “We work to customize our cleaning for each customer’s needs. If something goes wrong, we’ll take care of it.” Ms. Belardi explains that her company is both part of Molly Maid’s national network of residential cleaners and a locally-owned business with close ties to its community. It actively supports numerous organizations, including Center for Domestic Peace, home of Marin Abused Women’s Services.

Molly Maid offers several environmentally-friendly cleaning options, including vacuums with HEPA filters and nontoxic, nonallergenic agents that guarantee the safety of adults, children and pets. The company provides in-home consultations or can give house cleaning estimates over the phone.

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Marin County
West Contra Costa County

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Residential & Small Office Cleaning

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Company Profile

Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties provides residential home cleaning services for customers throughout Marin County and parts of the East Bay. The company dusts baseboards, light fixtures, furniture, window sills, shelves, blinds and décor; vacuums and mops floors, carpets, rugs, and stairs; and cleans showers, tubs, toilets, sinks, mirrors, glass, counters, tile and appliance surfaces.

Owner Pat Belardi says Molly Maid’s key characteristics are dependability, flexibility and accountability. “We work to customize our cleaning for each customer’s needs. If something goes wrong, we’ll take care of it.” Ms. Belardi explains that her company is both part of Molly Maid’s national network of residential cleaners and a locally-owned business with close ties to its community. It actively supports numerous organizations, including Center for Domestic Peace, home of Marin Abused Women’s Services.

Molly Maid offers several environmentally-friendly cleaning options, including vacuums with HEPA filters and nontoxic, nonallergenic agents that guarantee the safety of adults, children and pets. The company provides in-home consultations or can give house cleaning estimates over the phone.

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Company Philosophy

"Our goal is to listen to our customers' personal preferences to create plans that keep their homes as clean as possible. We believe in giving our customers exceptional personal service, and we take care of their homes as if they were our own."

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Comparative Summary

Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties is the North Bay franchise of Molly Maid, a nationwide cleaning service that employs trained, bonded and insured cleaners. The company’s cleaning crews are all employees of the firm, so homeowners don’t have to worry about liability for employment-related issues.

An engagement with Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties begins with a free in-home consultation to gauge the size of a home, discover any special cleaning requirements and determine how often the home needs to be cleaned. The company handles jobs of all sizes, from one-time cleanings to regular, weekly maintenance. The cleaning process includes dusting baseboards, light fixtures, furniture, window sills, shelves, blinds, and décor; vacuuming and mopping floors, carpets, rugs, and stairs; and cleaning showers, tubs, toilets, sinks, mirrors, glass, counters, tile and appliance surfaces.

“We really encourage communication,” says owner Pat Belardi. “Whether it’s a special request or a problem–if one of our cleaners forgot to clean the shower in the second bathroom, for example–we want to know about it.

“Unlike a lot of large cleaning services,” she continues, “we always try to send the same crew to clean a client’s house every time. Even if they’re ‘frequent occasional’ customers, they’ll get the same workers who are familiar with the particular requirements of their home.”

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Industry Info

The frequency of home cleanings should depend on the household’s residents and their lifestyles. “If two adults live alone with no pets and are willing to run a vacuum occasionally, they can easily go with a monthly cleaning,” says Pat Belardi, owner of Molly Maid of Marin. “But there’s no standard answer. There’s a consistent answer for each home, but it’s not the same from home to home. Everybody is a little different.”

When hiring a cleaning service, it’s best to go with one that’s willing to clean according to your needs, not the desire to establish a consistent schedule. It’s also useful to have a cleaner who can provide flexibility, change the date on a particular week or add an extra cleaning before or after a party. Individual cleaners often don’t have that flexibility.

“The most important factor when hiring a cleaning service is the insurance,” advises Ms. Belardi. “Make sure the cleaner is covered by workers’ compensation and liability insurance; otherwise, you’re liable if something goes wrong. Franchise services are often a little more expensive, but they’re covered by insurance. Independent cleaners typically aren’t, and that’s a serious risk.”

With large cleaning services, different crews will often clean the same home, which makes them unfamiliar to its particular needs. Ms. Belardi advises to choose a firm that uses the same crew for each house. “That way, customers don’t feel like strangers are constantly coming into their homes.”

When cleaning a home by yourself, Ms. Belardi cautions against mixing cleaning products. “Don’t pile cleaning products on top of one another. If you don’t like the job one product did on the bathtub, don’t immediately clean it again with another. While each individual product may be safe, mixing them may be dangerous. Read the labels carefully.”

The holidays pose special cleaning problems. Not only are people entertaining and cleaning more often, but holiday decorations can pose a challenge. “Decorations and extra electrical wires can make cleaning difficult and even create electrical hazards,” says Ms. Belardi. “You have to be careful when cleaning around decorations, because vacuums can sweep up electrical cords and damage the insulation around the wires.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who do you hire to clean my home?

A: Our cleaning professionals are background checked, trained, bonded and insured before stepping into Molly Maid uniforms. Our residential housekeepers respect customers by never eating, drinking, smoking or using appliances during home cleanings. Our employees take pride in their work, and they receive regularly updated training and supervision to ensure quality maid service.

Q: How much does a cleaning cost?

A: We’ll quote you a price after we’ve done our initial consultation. The first cleaning usually costs a little more than our ongoing rate, because it takes longer to clean a house for the first time.

Q: How long does a cleaning take?

A: It depends on the house and your particular requirements, but a typical cleaning takes about two and a half hours for the first time and about an hour and a half on an ongoing basis.

Q: Can I get an appointment on the day I want?

A: We can usually accommodate you with a week’s notice, and sometimes we can schedule you on shorter notice with no problems. The end of the week tends to be more popular than the beginning. But we have cancellations all the time, so there’s a good chance we can slip you into an opening on the day you want. If you’re a little flexible, we can almost always fit you in on short notice.

Q: What should I do before a home cleaning service?

A: To make our house cleaning services more efficient, we ask that you pick up clothing, toys and other household items.

Q: Do I have to be home during house cleanings?

A: Most of our customers aren’t home during the cleaning. For additional security, all house keys are individually coded and cross-referenced. This ensures only your regular cleaning team has access to your home during a cleaning. If you don’t want to provide a key and aren’t home when house cleaners arrive, a lock-out fee may apply.

Q: What time do you arrive?

A: We don’t guarantee a specific arrival time because each home gets the attention it deserves, not a pre-determined amount of cleaning time. Still, most homes fall easily into regularly scheduled appointments between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. If you require a more precise time, we’ll work with you to find a convenient solution. Arrival times are estimated within a half-hour range.

Q: What if something is damaged during a home cleaning?

A: We treat you and your home with complete respect. If something does accidentally break, we do our best to either repair or replace that item. Our cleaners are fully insured.

Q: What if my maid service missed a spot?

A: Our maid services offer consistent, quality home cleaning. Like all new relationships, however, miscommunications occur and we may make a mistake. That’s why we offer a house cleaning service guarantee—if you notify your local Molly Maid within 24 hours, our house cleaning staff will correct their mistake at no charge.

Q: Am I liable for workers’ compensation insurance or employment taxes?

A: No. Molly Maid is a simple, worry-free, home cleaning service solution. That means we take care of personal liability with regard to work-related injuries and social security taxes.

Q: Do I have to provide cleaning supplies or equipment?

A: No. Every Molly Maid cleaning crew comes prepared with all the necessary cleaning supplies. However, we’re happy to clean with your preferred products if you request it and provide them.

Q: What happens if I need to reschedule my maid service?

A: Simply call 72 hours before your regularly scheduled home cleaning with a more convenient cleaning time.

Q: What if my home cleaning falls on a holiday?

A: When that happens, we’ll call to reschedule for a more convenient time. We can also provide additional maid services if you request, such as a cleaning before or after a big holiday party.

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DIAMOND CERTIFIED EXPERT CONTRIBUTOR ADVICE & TIPS FROM Pat Belardi

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Pat Belardi: Maid to Succeed

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

SAN RAFAEL — When Pat Belardi was cleaning properties in between her college classes, she never expected that one day she’d make a successful career out of it. “My father cleaned commercial buildings for a living, and I worked with him to make extra money during high school and college,” she recounts. “After I graduated college, I worked as a product procurement and development specialist for Macy’s, which was a job that entailed long hours and a lot of traveling. In the early 2000s, I did some re-evaluating and decided to seek out a career that afforded a more flexible schedule. I started looking at small business opportunities, and when I came across Molly Maid, I really liked their business model and the support they gave new owners. It just so happened that my territory had become available for a franchise, so I decided to give it a shot.”

Today, as owner of Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties, Pat says she enjoys interacting with the company’s clientele. “Since I do in-home estimates, I get to meet all of our new clients, and it’s a pleasure to get to know them and lay the foundation for long-term business relationships.” Additionally, Pat says she likes being her own boss. “I enjoy the accountability factor—even though I’m accountable for any mistakes, I’m also accountable for our successes, which I find very rewarding.”

Originally from Hawaii, Pat today resides in San Francisco with her husband, William, where she enjoys taking advantage of all the Bay Area has to offer. “There’s so much to do here, it’s hard to keep up with it all,” she affirms. “From great restaurants and museums to sports and special events, it’s never boring. In particular, I love movies, so I enjoy going to various Bay Area film festivals.” Additionally, Pat enjoys spending time with her family. “We have two daughters, Jennifer and Jessica, and a grandson named Calder who recently had his first birthday. Everyone lives here in San Francisco, so we’re able to see a lot of each other.”

In regard to her professional career, Pat says she strives to abide by the Golden Rule. “Treat other people the way you’d like to be treated—that’s basically our mantra. We want to take care of our clients’ homes the same way we’d take care of our own, as well as treat our customers the same way we’d treat our own family and friends.”

When asked the first thing she’d do if she were to retire tomorrow, Pat says she would kick off her shoes and take a breather. “I haven’t really had any time off since I started working after college, so I’d probably just take a year off. After that, I would probably do some traveling.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
A: Africa. I’ve been there a couple of times already and it’s my favorite place in the world. It’s really an unbelievable experience.

Q: Who makes you laugh?
A: My grandson.

Q: Do you collect anything?
A: Textiles and handmade baskets.

Q: What’s your favorite local restaurant?
A: I have two favorites in San Francisco: Chapeau! and Garibaldi’s.

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  • Uncommon House Cleaning Tools

    SAN RAFAEL — When it comes to cleaning, there are plenty of common tools nearly everyone uses, like brooms, mops and sponges. However, there are a few items you may not have thought to use for cleaning your home.

    One such item is a microfiber cloth or duster. What makes microfiber cleaning tools so beneficial is their ability to retain dust: unlike conventional feather dusters, which merely spread dust around, microfiber cloths and dusters attract and collect dust so it doesn’t end up back in the air. Microfiber cloths are also good for cleaning mirrors and glass, and they can be used both wet and dry.

    There’s another tool you’ve probably never thought about cleaning with, and for good reason: it’s intended for a different task altogether. A lint remover brush is typically used to remove lint from clothes, but it also happens to be a very effective tool for cleaning lampshades.

    If you have wood furniture in your home, you may wonder what you can do when surface scratches occur. Fortunately, there’s a handy tool for dealing with this: a wood repair filler stick. Available at any home improvement store, these sticks are basically wood-colored crayons you can use to fill in scratched areas and make them less conspicuous.

    For areas of your home where dampness tends to be a problem, silica gel desiccant packets are a great solution. Simply place these packets in damp areas throughout your home—by absorbing moisture, they’ll keep things dry and prevent mildew and mold from collecting. Areas where silica gel packets are commonly used include bathrooms, laundry rooms and other moisture-prone spaces.

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  • Getting Organized with Cleaning Supplies

    SAN RAFAEL– If you’re like most people, cleaning the bathroom is one of the last things you look forward to doing. Fortunately, there’s a way to remove some of the hassle from this tiresome task: having your cleaning supplies organized. You’ll be surprised how far a little organization can go toward facilitating ease and efficiency when cleaning a bathroom—or any other room for that matter.

    The best way to organize your bathroom cleaning supplies is to have them all centrally located in a bucket or similar container. Keep this bucket in a bathroom cupboard or, if you don’t have space, a closet or garage area—just label it as your “bathroom bucket.” Items in your bathroom bucket should include gloves; cleaning and polishing cloths; a toilet brush; and cleaning products like Comet, Soft Scrub, and Windex. You may also need products like marble cleaner and stainless steel polish if such materials are in your bathroom.

    Since gathering supplies is often half the battle of cleaning, having them all located in a single container will put one less obstacle in your way and give you a head start. When you’ve finished cleaning, simply put everything back in the bucket—except for the dirty rags, of course, which should be washed first.

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  • Video: Cutting-Edge Cleaning Tools

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    SAN RAFAEL — Host, Sarah Rutan: Just about everyone owns a broom and dustpan, but there are a few modern cleaning tools you may not have heard of. Today we’re in San Rafael with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Pat Belardi of Molly Maid to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Pat Belardi: I’d like to show you some items you probably haven’t thought about when you think about cleaning. If you think about cleaning at all. One, I’d really suggest that you try the new microfibers. You can use them wet or dry. And what’s really great about them is when you dust, whether it’s with a cloth or with a duster, the dust stays on the cleaning item. It isn’t like the old fashioned dusters that when you dusted, yes, you threw your duster around and then pretty soon the air was full of dust, which then just landed again on your items. With these microfiber things, the dust sticks to the fabric or to the little fronds here. So, it’s gone. I also like the microfiber-polishing cloths. They do a great job on mirrors and glass.

    Another thing I bet you’ve never thought of – how do you clean your lampshades? I’ll bet you never thought of using your sticky thing. Your little lint remover is good for things besides just cleaning up dog hair and lint off your coat. It is great on lampshades. So, please try this inside and outside on your lampshades. Another thing I really like to have around when I’m doing my house cleaning – I like these little pencils I call them. You can get them at hardware stores and home appliance kinds of stores. If you get scratches on your wood furniture, many of the shallower ones you can solve and make disappear by using these colored pencils.

    And last but not least – we all have places in our home where there are damp or mildew smells. And these great – these silica gel packages are great. You buy them, you take them out of this actual – this outdoor plastic thing. You put it in a container that can help absorb moisture. And they will help dry out these damp places in your home and help prevent mildew from collecting in bathrooms, laundry rooms or any other place where you feel that you can smell or sense dampness or mold starting. So, those are the new things I find in the market that help me around my home when I’m trying to get things spiffed up. Whether it’s for my family or for company.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local top-rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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  • Video: Cutting-Edge Cleaning Tools

    Complete Video Transcription:

    SAN RAFAEL — Host, Sarah Rutan: Just about everyone owns a broom and dustpan, but there are a few modern cleaning tools you may not have heard of. Today we’re in San Rafael with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Pat Belardi of Molly Maid to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Pat Belardi: I’d like to show you some items you probably haven’t thought about when you think about cleaning. If you think about cleaning at all. One, I’d really suggest that you try the new microfibers. You can use them wet or dry. And what’s really great about them is when you dust, whether it’s with a cloth or with a duster, the dust stays on the cleaning item. It isn’t like the old fashioned dusters that when you dusted, yes, you threw your duster around and then pretty soon the air was full of dust, which then just landed again on your items. With these microfiber things, the dust sticks to the fabric or to the little fronds here. So, it’s gone. I also like the microfiber-polishing cloths. They do a great job on mirrors and glass.

    Another thing I bet you’ve never thought of – how do you clean your lampshades? I’ll bet you never thought of using your sticky thing. Your little lint remover is good for things besides just cleaning up dog hair and lint off your coat. It is great on lampshades. So, please try this inside and outside on your lampshades. Another thing I really like to have around when I’m doing my house cleaning – I like these little pencils I call them. You can get them at hardware stores and home appliance kinds of stores. If you get scratches on your wood furniture, many of the shallower ones you can solve and make disappear by using these colored pencils.

    And last but not least – we all have places in our home where there are damp or mildew smells. And these great – these silica gel packages are great. You buy them, you take them out of this actual – this outdoor plastic thing. You put it in a container that can help absorb moisture. And they will help dry out these damp places in your home and help prevent mildew from collecting in bathrooms, laundry rooms or any other place where you feel that you can smell or sense dampness or mold starting. So, those are the new things I find in the market that help me around my home when I’m trying to get things spiffed up. Whether it’s for my family or for company.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local top-rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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CUSTOMER SATISFACTION i
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Each surveyed customer was asked, “If you needed any helpful expertise, did this company provide that expertise?” To calculate this score, total “Yes” responses were divided by total responses (excluding those that stated they hadn’t needed any expertise).

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Phone SURVEY RESPONSES FROM 298 VERIFIED CUSTOMERS i
Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties : Average 8.6 out of 10 based on 298 unique customer surveys of customer satisfaction.

Diane C.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

1 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are very reliable. I would highly recommend them.

We like the fact that they call the day before the job to confirm the next day's work.

Celia D.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

2 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are dependable and I don't worry about my stuff while they are here. The place looks a lot nicer after they are done.

I can trust the people who are sent out, which is hard for me.

Bob A.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

3 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are reliable. Give them a try.

They do great work.

Candra C.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

4 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would tell them I love my girls.

I like that I can trust Them.

Wanda F.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

5 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I think they are reliable and do good work.

I love coming home to a clean house.

Nancy G.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

6 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would recommend them.

They are reliable. I would tell people to give them a try.

Sally E.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

7 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say that they are courteous, professional and reliable.

Consistency

Judy R.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

8 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Just good plain service

They are very reliable.

Terry C.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

9 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They give fine customer service.

They were punctual and did an excellent job.

Vicki S.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

10 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They work very hard, very pleasant.

I have a lot of shutters. They do great.

Donna C.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

11 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would not recommend them due to pricing.

I like the fact that they are bonded and insured.

Duane P.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

12 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say that they are great, do fantastic work and I would use them again.

I really have nothing to add.

Sondar M.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

13 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

For someone that works at home is the reason

For me and my husband that work from home, it is perfect.

Diane C.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

14 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I really like them, they are flexible, and they are great at communicating schedules. They do great cleaning.

They are reliable.

Diane F.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

15 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are always reliable and there is always someone who comes, even if someone is sick. Reliability is number one.

Reliability

Dick S.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

16 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Timely, friendly, and they do a good job.

The quality

Gwen W.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

17 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Just how well they clean

They are very friendly.

Helen K.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

18 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They have a good cause and they support women.

They are dependable and they come when they say they will and they take care of all of the insurance.

Magdaline W.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

19 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They do detail work, which is interesting. They are very good.

They do their job and I am satisfied.

Michael D.

VERIFIED Molly Maid of Marin & West Contra Costa Counties CUSTOMER

20 of 298

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

To definitely use them

Very professional, and they do great work. I have been satisfied with them for over 20 years.

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