Well-Paid Maids

Living-wage home cleaning.

We give our workers a living wage and comprehensive benefits.

They give you a dazzling, professional cleaning like no one else can.

We give our workers a living wage and comprehensive benefits.

They give you a dazzling, professional cleaning like no one else can.

A cleaner wipes the interior of a kitchen cabinet.

A cleaner way of doing business.

We’re a living-wage home cleaning company deliver­ing excellent service to our customers while provi­ding our employees with the comp­ensation, security, and dignity they deserve.

Two cleaners cooperatively put fresh sheets on a bed

Livability for you and us.

Well-Paid Maids cleaners are trusted employees, not anonymous contractors or temporary gig workers. We’re proud of our employment structure, and are freely transparent about its details.

Do I need to be home during my cleaning?

Do you run background checks?

What’s included in a cleaning?

Cleaning products, including a sponge, glove, cloth, and bottle of all-purpose cleaner

Products that are safe for the planet, for your family, and for your pets.

We maintain strict standards for every product we use. You can rest comfortably in a home that was cleaned ethically and safely—and smells great, too.

100 isn’t a magic number, so why is it part of the vaccine mandate?

When the Biden administration announced an upcoming mandate that employees be vaccinated or tested regularly at companies with 100 or more employees, business leaders responded with a barrage of questions. Among smaller companies, one loomed especially large: Why 100? It’s an appealingly round, easy-to-remember number, and it captures a broad swath of the American work force. President Biden estimated that his order would apply to 80 million employees and cover two-thirds of all workers.

A living wage made a world of difference to him

"I work only 35-40 hours a week and I'm making more than two jobs. And now I can spend some time with my family. I can help my dad when he wakes up." A living wage means a world of difference for Sayem. He's saving money for the first time. He has plans to go back to school for a career in IT.

A housecleaning business with an additional mission in mind

The self-described left-of-center guy is hoping that Well-Paid Maids succeeds and points the way toward policies that improve the life of the working class and soften the edges of capitalism. “I don’t think the government should be making SpaghettiOs,” he said. “But we have a very under-regulated economy, especially in terms of wages and benefits. There are policy solutions to ameliorate that. Hopefully, I am demonstrating those policies can work.”

Crib inside a child’s nursery
Living room and kitchen of a house

Well-pleased customers.