Trusted Maid Service
Our maids use less chemicals high heat which sanitizes your home with less residue keeping it clean longer.
Since 2007 we have been the highest rated cleaning service in Alabama. Just ask our happy customers.
With our Custom Clean program you can use our checklist as a menu and select only home cleaning services you need.
You will receive the highest cleaning service quality with each and every housekeeping visit for your home.
What To Expect From Our Housekeeping
We are integrating 310 degree vapor cleaner units for super sanitization and making quick work of nasty ovens, mildew, etc in your home….
All of our cleaning personnel are background checked and trained. We are licensed,bonded, and insured with two million dollar liability coverage.
Equipped To Work
When our cleaning service team arrives at your home or office door they are organized, equipped, and ready to give you superior cleaning quality.
For eleven years we have been the top rated house cleaning and janitorial service in Tuscaloosa County. We find a way to improve our housekeeping every day!
Custom Cleaning Service
Maids In America has always offered custom housekeeping cleaning options. Need something between a “basic clean” and “deep clean?” For example Basic + Baseboards? We have always been able to accommodate but now if you click on the Design Cleaning option on the menu you can get your price and schedule without even picking up the phone!
Of course you can still call us anytime with questions!
CARPET CLEANING • TILE/GROUT CLEANING
Tuscaloosa’s Top Rated Maid Service
Move In/Out Clean – Carpet – Tile
Since 2007 Maids In America has cleaned homes & offices in Tuscaloosa and is expanding to other areas of the nation. Whether you are serviced by our home office in Tuscaloosa, AL or one of our new offices the high customer service standard remains the same. Uniform, consistent cleaning results every time we clean. Need something improved? Our housekeeping customer service is on top of it no matter where you are.
We Know Hardwood
We clean hardwood floors the correct way. No vinegar or acidic chemicals that, over time, degrade floor finish. We use chemicals such as Bona and low moisture microfiber mops along with distilled water based solutions (no hard water).
For most of our floor cleaning we use commercial microfiber mopping systems from Rubbermaid. When appropriate we use CRB scrubbing based machines and/or low moisture vapor machines for spot cleaning.
Our experience from our commercial cleaning division transfer benefits over to the residential side with the use of safe and effective chemicals. In most cases commercial cleaning chemicals are safer and more effective then consumer versions.
Removing Iron Oxide
When trying to remove rings from around faucets and drains use Barkeepers Friend powder version. Barkeepers friend contains oxalic acid which cleans iron oxide and calcium. It’s safe to use on stainless steel and chrome. For tougher stains use phosphoric acid based products such as SpartanChemical Foamy QA.
Hardwood Floor Tips
When cleaning hardwood make sure that you use low moisture and microfiber pads vs the ol’ slop mop bucket. Also use hardwood cleaner, and, if dilution is required by the product only mix with distilled or reverse osmosis water as standard tap (hard) water will leave streaks (calcium/rust deposits) dulling floor.
Stainless Steel Tips
Our janitorial/residential services Know how to get the most out of stainless steel. Clean stainless steel with a phosphoric acid product formulated for stainless steel which removes calcium/iron oxide. Once cleaned further shine and protect with an petroleum distillates based (vs water based) stainless steel cleaner/polish.
Bonus Home Cleaning Tips
Using Vapor Cleaners
Vapor cleaners are great for cleaning in commercial and residential environments. Our janitorial and maid service use them in areas they truly work better then conventional methods such as removing heavy grease or oxidation. Only use distilled water to fill the vapor cleaner and pre-spray the area to be cleaned with the appropriate chemical. It’s a common myth that a vapor cleaner can clean with just distilled water alone. Even a vapor cleaner needs pre-spraying chemicals (not in the vapor cleaner but with a bottle or pump sprayer) as straight water cannot break surface tension enough and needs surfactants (cleaning chemicals) to help.
Housekeepers and cleaning service techs use vapor cleaners for specific cleaning tasks such as: