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Consistent Change!

Happy New Year! 2014 was a great year for Miracle Cleaning Team and our families, and we are aiming to have an even better year! In 2014 we:

  • Hired some great employees
  • Moved into our first office building
  • Bought a top of the line cargo van and truck mount cleaning machine
  • Diversified and grew our company
  • Partnered with some great companies
  • Gained awesome clients

So what’s next for Miracle Cleaning Team? We’re glad you asked! We are currently in the process of giving our entire company a facelift or some may call it rebranding. The need to rebrand is mostly attributed to our growth and success as a company. We are no longer a home-based operation and it is definitely bittersweet, but it is a necessary growth to allow many other families and companies to enjoy a miracle cleaning experience! Here’s what to expect from us in the ensuing months:

  1. Our Logo: We wanted a logo that demanded respect, but we also wanted it to match the quality of work we perform. We feel we have captured the perfect logo with the help of a great designer, at Pro Look Media, and expect to see a lot of it soon!
  2. Our uniforms: Will be updated to reflect an even more professional image!
  3. Our Website: We have rebuilt our website from the ground up with our clients, and potential clients in mind. We want to continue to make our web experience easier for you, so please email us any suggestions you think will aid in this process!
  4. Services: We have added carpet, tile/grout, upholstery, and leather cleaning to our services. Stay tuned for the services we are going to add this year to minimize your search for great help!
  5. Clients: We enjoy the personal relationships we have with all our clients. We want to have an even deeper relationship with our clients, so expect more interactions from our company to ensure we are meeting your needs!

Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to read our blog. Without you and your continued support we will not be as successful as we are today so thank you!

Final thought

“Mental pain is less dramatic than physical pain, but it is more common and also more hard to bear. The frequent attempt to conceal mental pain increases the burden: it is easier to say “My tooth is aching” than to say “My heart is broken.”

― C.S. Lewis, The Problem of Pain