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Deserved Comfort Housekeeping, LLC
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"While a fresh coat of colorful paint can revive a piece of furniture, you can take it a step further by adding pattern, too. Use paint pens to draw designs on drawer fronts, tabletops, and more."
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"Protect your investment in both washable and nonwashable clothing and linens by promptly treating stains." #tipoftheday
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Employee Spotlight:
Charlisa grew up in Columbia and is the loving mother of four little girls. She is an outgoing person who is dedicated, loyal and respectful of others. In 2016, Charlisa became a “IICRC Certified House Cleaning Technician”. She says, “I love to smile and bring joy into other people’s lives.” #workfamily
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Wishing everyone a safe and happy 4th of July!! Please note that we will be closed today. Have a wonderful day!
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When someone tells you to clean your room. #cleanyourroom #sundayfunday
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Employee Spotlight:
Kira is originally from Massachusetts, and lived in Pennsylvania before relocating to Blythewood for her husband’s job. She enjoys spending time with her husband and young son, attending church, hiking and being outdoors. She says, “I love God, a good movie and a lazy day.”
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Employee Spotlight:
Ashley is a Columbia native and a single parent of two awesome kids. She has been with Deserved Comfort since 2007 and is currently Lead HCT Trainer and Quality Control Manager. In 2016, Ashley became a “IICRC Certified House Cleaning Technician” and was also awarded the “Professional Cleaner of the Year” by ARSCI. She says, “I really love my job and career with Deserved Comfort and my main objective is to please our clients.”
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"Research has proven that smiling really does increase attractiveness and likability between humans. Smiling creates a greater trust and increased interpersonal cooperation. Smiling at someone can help them to relax and relieve their stress while at the same time, it will make you feel right. Smiling (even if you do not feel like it) will lift your mood and can make you a happier person." #SmilePowerDay #ConnectThursday
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Better Homes & Gardens points out some items in your bathroom that need to be either cleaned or replaced asap! #Cleaning101 #TipTuesday
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