Atlas Housekeeping is an American-style housekeeping service that is offering to assist homeowners in getting ready for the holidays.
“We are a service that provides an affordable way for you to start your home cleaning and maintenance, from start to finish,” said Atlas Housekeeping’s manager, Jennifer Kuehl.
“And we want to provide you with a simple and easy-to-follow process that will help you create the perfect Christmas gift.”
Housekeeping is a way for people who are not homeowners to make the effort to save money for the holiday season.
It’s a service where homeowners pay for the time they have to do the job, and they also receive a gift of a personalized and unique decorating piece.
“The process of making the Christmas tree ornaments, the decorations, is really simple,” said Kuehel.
“It’s basically a process where we have our contractor paint the house, and we have a contractor cut it up into a variety of different things.”
The homeowner will be responsible for making sure the items are placed on the tree, that it’s ready to go, and that they’re ready for Christmas.
The homeowners will then be able to pick up the gifts they’ve paid for.
“I think that it is something that is going to resonate with people,” said Kevin Sorenson, owner of Atlas Housekeepers.
“I think the idea is to really be a part of Christmas, which I think we all love to do.
I think people love to decorate.”
Housekeepers at Atlas House, located at 1140 W. 10th St., will be available to take care of the entire Christmas tree and decorations for $15 per person, with no additional charge.
Kuehl said that there are a number of reasons for homeowners to do their housekeeping this way, but the main one is that it reduces the stress associated with cleaning and maintaining a home.
“We do this because it makes it more enjoyable, because we have someone who has the ability to come in and clean and maintain, and it also gives us the opportunity to spend time with the homeowner,” said Sorensson.
“It’s more fun for the homeowner and they’re spending more time with their loved ones,” he added.