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Betty’s House Cleaning offers many options


For those looking for a little extra help keeping their home or office space clean and tidy, a new business in Durham may be your answer.

Betty’s House Cleaning is a local company, owned by area resident Amanda Betty, which offers cleaning services for homes, condos and office space.

Betty, a former hairdresser and new mom, started her business to create a more flexible schedule for her family.

“I wanted to run my own business so I would be able to enjoy as much time with my daughter as possible,” Betty said. “Plus, I love to clean, so this was a perfect fit for me.”

While Betty’s House Cleaning is located in Durham, Betty said she will travel up to 25 minutes away to surrounding towns.

The process begins with a free estimate; where Betty herself will come out to a client’s house, discuss his or her needs and review the budget that client wants to work within. The cost of a cleaning will depending on the size of the home, as well as the depth and frequency of cleanings, Betty said.

Clients do not need to sign a contract and Betty will bring her own products and equipment, unless the client specifies otherwise. Before the estimate, potential new clients should know what type of cleaning they are looking for such as a weekly, monthly or seasonal. Special discounts will be offered, including a standing refer-a-friend program.

Business hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and on Saturday mornings, but Betty says she will be flexible to the needs of her clients.

Right now, Betty will solely run the business and do the cleaning herself. She hopes in the future the business will grow enough where she can have an employee or two working for her. However, she intends to remain a small and local business that residents can depend on. For more information or to schedule a free consultation, contact Amanda Betty at (860) 604-4644 or by email: amanda.betty@yahoo.com.



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