Search for a trustworthy and dependable maid service for your Round Rock Home? Austin’s Maid service is the right fit for you and we will back that up with our 100% Clean Guarantee.
If your home is not cleaned to our stringent requirements or you notice something that was missed we will return to your home the next day at no additional charge and address all of your concerns!
Have you shopped for a maid service in Round Rock, TX and wondered what would happen to your home or family if this person was not who they said they were? Or maybe you were concerned they might not do an excellent job and leave you hanging when you need them the most? Well Austin’s Maid Service customers do not have to worry! Our team is screened and a background check is performed on all employees. This ensures you can rest easy and best of all trust that your home will stay fresh and clean!
All of our Maids pass a rigorous training process where they are taught the use of the proper cleaning solutions for all surfaces and floors. Each maid is equipped with the latest equipment and best practices for cleaning. They are personally vetted by our training supervisor who is from Round Rock, TX herself!
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Austin’s Maid Service can perform weekly, bi-weekly, tri-weekly, monthly, one time, and special occasion cleans just for you. We also offer one time move out cleanings and move in cleanings.
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Many of us at Austin’s Maid Service have lived in Round Rock, TX or currently are near there in Pflugerville or Georgetown. Some of our favorite spots to enjoy are the farmers market on Saturday by Scott and White Hospital off University. If you are in to mexican food and who in Texas isn’t – we absolutely love La Margarita. Flix is a unique theater that offers more of an adult friendly atmosphere to see the latest movie blockbusters and home brew. If you are new to town make sure you swing by the rock that the city was named after in Brushy Creek.
The story goes that in 1851 a small community was formed on the banks of Brushy Creek and guess what? You got it – there was a large round rock in the water which gave the town its name.