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Amaidzing Cleaning Policies
 
We realize our Southern California house cleaning service crews are guests in your home, and we always treat your trust in us with the utmost care and respect. We work to ensure our visit is courteous, thorough and professional.
 

Toward that end:

  1. Our crews provide all supplies, and speak English and Spanish.
  2. We do background checks on new applicants, and are privileged to have several crew members with many years of experience with our cleaning service in LA and beyond. Indeed, more than 70% of our business comes from satisfied repeat customers!
  3. Our aMAIDzing service is based on open communication with you, the customer. We strongly encourage your presence during our visit, to guide our efforts via an "Initial Walkthrough."
  4. Based on this Walkthrough, we will give you a written estimate before beginning any work; your signature on this estimate is our mutual guarantee of "No-Surprise" pricing.
  5. After we're finished, we encourage your "Final Inspection" to make sure everything is to your satisfaction. If we've overlooked something, we clean it for free before we leave.
  6. Only when you're satisfied with a job well done do we request your signature on our Work Order indicating your approval of the efforts of our maids in Los Angeles/surrounding areas.
  7. After we leave, please take a moment to complete our postpaid "Customer Response" card and drop it in the mail. We're always eager to improve our service, and your feedback is very important to us. You may also contact us at any time with your compliments or concerns.
 

PLEASE NOTE the following (per California Civil Code requirement):
Amaidzing Agency is a Referral Agency, and as such is not directly the employer of the domestic worker it referred to you. The domestic worker may be your employee or an independent contractor depending on the relationship you have with him or her. If you direct and control the manner and means by which the domestic worker performs his or her work you may have employer responsibilities, including employment taxes and worker's compensation, under state and federal law. For additional information contact your local Employment Development Department, the Franchise Tax Board, and the IRS.

 
 
 

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