Love to clean, but I am not a maid.

The question is what should you be calling the individual who comes to clean your home?

In today's day and age, the term "cleaner" is a much better term to describe our employees then the term "maid" is. I personally have never been called a maid but I do think the term is a little outdated and can be possible demeaning - and can even be closely compared to the term servant. Many people think being a cleaner means you are inferior to other people and are to be looked down on, but to be honest, cleaners are some of the hardest working people I have ever met. We do understand that the term "maid" hasn't fully phased out of our current times yet and I don't want to get too political, but we know you value our employees as individuals and we want to explain why we no longer use this term. We love our staff and want them to feel valued, the best thing is we know you do as well. They work so hard so a BIG THANK YOU TO THEM and also to our clients who we all think are fantastic!

We love to clean, and to help in almost anyway at your home. Thank you Kelowna for treating us all so well!

-Siera Pearson