Best Cleaning Services: Heather’s Housekeeping, LLC

Location: Fargo

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Heather's Housekeeping, LLC earned Best Cleaning Services in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How does it feel to be named the best cleaning service in Fargo-Moorhead?

“We are so thrilled to have won for the second year in a row,” Manager Megan Carlson said. “We are beyond excited about winning – what a great way to celebrate our 20th year!”

What sets you apart from competitors? 

“Heather's Housekeeping services are completely customizable to each client,” Carlson said. “We do as much or as little as each client needs, and we can work with almost any budget and fulfill most requests. The Fargo-Moorhead area is such a close community, and we are happy to get to serve them. Knowing that we can give peace of mind and free time back to our customers is one of the most rewarding things about our job.”

  • Second place: TLC Cleaning
  • Third place: Clean Freak FM
  • Fourth place: Hearts of Hospitality
  • Fifth place: Anytime Cleaning

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