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The Best of the Red River Valley 2021: Best Cleaning Service

Readers named Heather's Housekeeping, LLC 'Best Cleaning Service' in the Best of the Red River Valley 2021 competition.

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Readers named Heather's Housekeeping, LLC 'Best Cleaning Service' in the Best of the Red River Valley 2021 competition. Contributed / Heather's Housekeeping, LLC

How does it feel to win?

“We are so excited to have won this year! We feel an overwhelming amount of support and pride in our work to have been voted the best cleaning service in the area,” Manager Megan Carlson said.

What’s the most memorable moment from the last year for you or your team?

“Overcoming the challenges of COVID, including retaining clients, growing our clientele and expanding our team,” Carlson said. “We are so grateful for those that stuck with us and gave our name out as a recommendation.”

Why do customers choose you?

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“I think our customer service is what sets us apart from our competitors. We pride ourselves on our work and the relationships we have with our clients,” she said. “They really do feel like family and we have genuine connections with each of them, down to their kids and pets!”

Second place: TLC Cleaning

Third Place: Clean Freak FM

Fourth Place: Dirt Divas Cleaning Service

Fifth Place: CR Cleaning

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