It’s Time to Call in the Heroes- The Home Clean Heroes!

We love partnering with businesses like Home Clean Heroes that make this parenthood journey a little bit easier.

We all know that running a home smoothly is not easy!  Especially this time of year with the kids going back to school. The extra-curricular activities are ramping up and everyone in my household is running in three different directions. Gone are the lazy days of summer. After a full day of working, taking care of the family, and playing chauffeur, all I really want to do is sit back and put my feet up. Where’s the time (and energy!) to clean?

When the weekend rolls around, I would much rather spend my much needed free time relaxing or doing something fun with the family.  Cleaning house is not really my idea of a fun family activity. Thankfully,  Home Clean Heroes of West Houston is here to help. They know how to get my house in tip top shape, plus they offer a free estimate and satisfaction guarantee. And read on for a special promotion!

Home Clean Heroes logo

Here are a few reasons to call in the Heroes- The Home Clean Heroes!

You’re lacking in the “me” department.  

From the time you wake up until the time your head hits the pillow each night, if you feel like you haven’t stopped, then it might be time to call in some Hero help.  I get it! Some days it’s all I can do just to remember who wants what in their lunchbox, where to drive which kid after school, stay on top of work deadlines, and maybe try to cook something too! Stress levels get high and I’m in need of some self-care time.  Let’s face it, you can’t take great care of your family unless you are taking care of yourself.  

You aren’t seeing the right results. 

Sure, I can take care of the basics of housecleaning, like dusting the coffee table or running a vacuum. But when it comes to really scrubbing those tubs and showers, or cleaning the window blinds, I just can’t get the best results on my own. Home Clean Heroes is professional, reliable, safe and fully trained. Let them take care of those pesky specialty spots that need cleaning {baseboards, anyone?}.  

woman cleans baseboards

You’re busy playing hostess. 

Whether your in-laws are visiting, you have old college friends in town, or the kids have sleepovers, it can sometimes feel like you are running a bed and breakfast. By calling Home Clean Heroes before those visits {or after, or both!} you can focus on the food and the fun, and let them keep things clean and tidy despite the seemingly revolving door.

Your furry friends’ mess cannot be tamed.  

I love my dog but sometimes the hair everywhere {and the smell} is more than I can take. If you have fur building up on the couch or dust bunnies the size of Texas tumbleweeds, then it’s time to call in some reinforcements. Bonus:  the owner, Kristin Humphrey, is a dog mom, so she knows what she is doing!

two house cleaners dust a kitchen

It’s that time of year. 

If the pandemic taught us anything at all, it’s the importance of a clean home for the health of your family. With kids going back to school, you know germs will be circulating before we even get to Halloween.  Keeping your home clean and sanitized can lessen your chances of catching seasonal sickness. 

Home Clean Heroes gives back.

Did you know that a portion of every cleaning fee goes back to helping local market first responders? I love businesses that give back to the community! 

Moms, if you’re looking for house cleaning services in Houston, be sure to check out Home Clean Heroes. They offer free estimates and a satisfaction guarantee.  Visit homecleanheroes.com/westhouston or call Kristin today at 281-824-1850. Mention this blog post for $100 off!

woman and dog on a hike


 

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Bethany, the daughter of an army chaplain and a special education teacher, grew up moving every 2-3 years. She considers herself an introvert who had to learn how to make friends quickly! She met her Houstonian husband, Paul, in college and they married in 2004. They first settled just north of Houston, where she earned her master's degree at Sam Houston State in School Psychology. After working in public education for a couple of years, she decided to stay home full time with their children, Charlie {2008}, Norah {2010}, and Will {2013}. The family moved to Katy in 2012, where they’ve been ever since. She loves decorating and even had her own small business for a while. She also loves to read, binge-watch old TV shows, talk politics and enneagram, and will not turn down a cup of strong coffee or a good conversation with a friend.

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