Calgary Home Cleaning Business
Gloria Juarez loves her Calgary Home Cleaning Business. She laughs and her eyes sparkle when she describes her employees as domestic superheroes, a band of hard working, home cleaning women who aren’t satisfied until the job is done right.
Gloria and her crew really do perform heroic feats with a bucket and sponge – they make the toughest dirt virtually disappear. After a visit from Gloria, your home is going to shine.
Let’s talk about her crew for a minute. Gloria recruits cleaners that reflect her own work ethic and dedication to the job, values she learned growing up in her native Argentina.
She arrived in Canada in 2003 determined to make a better life for herself. Canada was the land of opportunity, she had been told growing up, and eventually she made her way here believing that a little sacrifice and a lot of elbow grease would eventually pay off.
It did, in a big way.
“I never thought that I could be here in this wonderful country, where I feel respected as a person, where strangers offer me help and encourage me to grow and learn,” says Gloria
Gloria founded Marriage Savers Cleaning Services in 2008, partly because she wanted to provide opportunities for other immigrant women.
And those are the women who make up Gloria’s crews. Women who are working hard to achieve their small slice of the Canadian dream. They know hard work will be rewarded. They’ve seen how attention to detail is appreciated by Gloria’s customers. And they appreciate the opportunity they’ve been given.
Gloria says that her mission in life “is to provide the best home cleaning services so that people will not be overwhelmed with day to day responsibilities.”
Check out this Calgary home cleaning business today. Make your domestic life just a little bit easier. And help support a growing young company that wants to earn your business by cleaning your home ’till it sparkles.
About the Author (Author Profile)
Markham began his journalism career writing columns in the mid-1980s for Western People Magazine, then reported for a small Saskatchewan daily. He has spent most of his career in media and communications, likes to dabble in politics, was actively involved in economic development for many years, thinks that what goes on in the community is just as important as what happens provincially and nationally, and has a soft spot for small business (big business, not so much). Markham is a bit of a contrarian and usually has a unique take on the events of the day.