Better Life Maids Receives Prestigious Residential Cleaning Seal of Excellence From ARCSI
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St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) July 01, 2013 — St. Louis green house cleaning company service Life Maids has been awarded the prestigious ARCSI Residential Cleaning Seal of Excellence by the Association of Residential Cleaning Services, International (ARCSI). In addition to adhering to a strict code of ethics, cleaning services that receive the Residential Seal of Excellence must also provide documentation that they are insured and bonded, conduct background checks for employees as part of their hiring process, participate in ongoing industry continuing education programs, and proof the company has been in business for at least two (2) years. This is the second major recognition that ARCSI has given to Better Life Maids. In 2012 Better Life Maids was recognized as The Best New House Cleaning Service of the Year. It highlights Better Life Maids ongoing commitment to raising the standards of residential cleaning services and building a brand that consumers can count on.
“As the not-for-profit international trade association representing the residential cleaning industry, ARCSI believes that in documenting and verifying information before awarding our prestigious seal,” said ARCSI Executive Director Ernest J. Hartong. “We are providing consumers a level of expectation and confidence regarding the professionalism, ethical business practices, and commitment to continuing education from company they are considering giving access to their homes.”
Matthew Ricketts, the owner of Better Life Maids, is thrilled to be among the elite residential cleaning businesses that have been admitted to the program. “The Residential Cleaning Seal of Excellence is a program that allows us to demonstrate that we are committed to excellence in our operation and the services we provide to consumers. The Residential Seal of Excellence provides consumers with a higher level of confidence, and we are proud to be held to those standards.”