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We realize you’re busy, and that a dirty home is the last thing you want to come home to at the end of the day. That’s why we’re here to the rescue, we offer high quality, thorough and worry-free home cleaning services in Boston and the surrounding areas. We take care of everything with transparent flat-rate pricing and simple online booking. You’ll like our one of a kind referral cleaning services and our borderline crazy commitment to your satisfaction for a sparkly clean home.
Patriot Maids is the highest rated home cleaning and maid service in Boston and the surrounding area. Our core principles make us who we are: We clean, you relax. We’re so sure you’ll love it that we’re putting our money where our mouth is with a 200% happiness guarantee.
No contracts, estimates, quotes, or in-home inspections required. Let us know how many rooms are in your home. Find a time that works with your schedule, book your cleaning, then take the remainder of the day off! Our partnered independent cleaning professionals will do the scrubbing and make your house tidy! Give us a chance and book today! There’s nothing to lose with our 200% guarantee!
SMALL DETAILS MAKE A DIFFERENCE…
Waban referral home cleaners adhere to the highest quality cleaning standards.
That alone makes a huge difference.
Here at Patriot Maids, we take referrals as our #1 priority. As a referral agency for residential cleaning services, we ensure that you are happily satisfied with the independent cleaning professionals we refer to you. We are located in the Boston metro area and the cleaning providers that we partner with can visit your home, apt, condominium, townhouse, and duplex from Monday to Sunday in Boston and the surrounding areas.
We only refer the most exceptional domestic cleaners in the industry. All domestic workers we partner with have numerous years of experience before we refer them to your house for professional cleaning services. If they’re not quick and meticulous, we do not refer them. Rest assured that all of the independent service providers we refer to you are same domestic workers that we would prefer to clean our own homes.
About seven miles from Boston’s bustling downtown is a village of Newton called Waban. An area full of winding roads, rolling hills, and even parts of the Charles River, Waban is an exciting place to live and to visit. Though it is mainly residential, Waban offers a generous amount of scenery, several golf courses, and a lot of history. If you are looking to travel into Newton and its thirteen villages, be sure to save some time for Waban.
Here is everything you need to know to make your visit special:
Auburndale borders Waban to the northwest, Newtonville to the northeast, Upper Newton Falls to the southeast, Wellesley to the southwest, and Newton Centre to the east. Compared to other villages throughout Newton, Waban is smaller and less densely populated. Just over 5,200 people are dwelling in the town, and many of them are wealthy. The median household income is over $200,000.
In 2013, the Washington Post did a study on the most affluent and educated zip codes in the entire nation. Waban (02468) received third place. The study utilized a percentage of college graduates living throughout the United States as well as median household income to calculate the density of wealth and education. Waban was beyond Short Hills, NJ, and Kenilworth, IL, and is thus one Massachusetts’ most affluent zip code.
Plenty of well-known people have come from Waban, Massachusetts including:
Waban also has two elementary schools to serve its young population. The first is Angier Elementary, named after Albert Angier, who was killed during WWI. The other is Zervas Elementary.
The beginnings of the village, named Waban, begin with the settlement of Newton. In 1630, Newton was settled as a section of the “newe towne,” which was renamed Cambridge eight years later. The Roxbury minister, a man named John Eliot, worked tirelessly to create rapport with the local Native American tribe called the Nonantum, which was a sub-division of the main Massachusett tribe. Sachem Waban led the Nonantum.
Through Eliot’s efforts, Waban converted to Christianity in 1646. Then in 1651, Waban was persuaded to relocate his people to Natick for fears of exploitation from the colonists. Although the village of Waban was not named after Chief Waban for quite sometime after the relocation, those who decided to settle in the area around Nonantum Hill wanted to memorialize the first Indian converted to Christianity.
Today, the village of Waban is a quiet place filled with several schools, greenery, and healthcare facilities. Beyond those things, however, are buildings on the National Register of Historic Places and other points of interest. At the center of Waban, right near the Waban MBTA station, are several restaurants and markets. The Waban Market is on the site of an old farm where the indigenous used to labor. There is also Barry’s Village Deli and Stone L’oven Pizza if you are feeling a little hungry after your journey.
From the market, you can walk down Beacon Street to see the houses, both large and small. The Episcopal Parish of the Good Shepherd and the Union Church in Waban is both older photogenic buildings.
If you are looking for some fresh air and a chance to stretch your legs, the Cochituate Aqueduct has some trails to discover. The Aqueduct exits the borders of Waban around Beethoven Avenue and ends at Cold Spring Park. North of Cold Spring Park is the Newton Cemetery & Arboretum. If you prefer golfing to walking, the Brae Burn Country Club is just north of the station and is shared with Woodland.
Are you looking to get to Waban from Boston? You won’t have any problems. At the center of Waban is the Waban MBTA Station, which is on the D Branch of the Green Line. You can also ride to Woodland Station or Eliot Station. All use the same train. Optionally, you can use the Green Line D Shuttle bus. The bus drops you off in front of the MBTA station on Beacon Street.
Perhaps you’re a busy Waban parent, trying to juggle the kids’ dance recitals and soccer practice on top of vacuuming and doing the dishes at home. Or maybe you’re a business professional or CEO who doesn’t have the time to deal with dust and dirt when you return home from a long day at work. Or possibly you may have a disabled relative or elderly parent who could use a helping hand around the house.
When you’re searching for a dependable home cleaner in Waban don’t look any further. You can rest easy by choosing Patriot Maids to refer the very best house cleaner for your family. All house cleaners are background checked, come with 2 to 3 years’ experience, and fully equipped to handle any cleaning task. You can arrive at home knowing that your house has been cleaned by a qualified team of professionals and will shine from top to bottom.
Patriot Maids is Waban’s premier maid referral agency. Whether you’re looking for a weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or just a one-time deep clean, we make sure you’re able to have the same referred cleaner every single time. They’ll even remember your pets’ names!
Founded in 2018, Patriot Maids is a locally owned and operated cleaning referral agency in Waban, Newton, Massachusetts that functions as a matchmaker between clients and house cleaning services. We offer customizable residential home cleaning service referrals in Boston and surrounding areas. Referral agencies reduce costs for customers while raising the income of workers by sending jobs to independent cleaners who register under contract.
The independent cleaning professionals work to their own schedule, utilize their own acquired knowledge to complete jobs, and provide their own transportation. Depending on the needs of the customer, supplies, and equipment are provided by either the customer or the worker. The workers offer professional cleaning services, as requested by the customer, at the lowest possible cost.
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